“I am a slow reader and I sometimes bore from novels so I loved that this was many stories in one that I could read start to end in one sitting. I never got lost after putting my bookmark in for the night because they were short enough to get through the whole thing. I also love getting those creepy feelings that I do from scary story telling!” – Jill, Circulation
Night Shift is Stephen King’s first collection of short stories and is considered his best. It includes an array of creepy stories that do a great job keeping your attention and instilling a bit of fear. If you like stories that are scary or even a bit bizarre, this is a great choice!
This quote hooked me immediately! “Out of the darkness, no more light, now it comes to steal your life. On this day you’ve sealed your fate, by playing what it loves to hate. Once you’re tagged, then you’ll know, the mark appears, it’s your time to go. Now you’re in the final count, it’s closer to the set amount.” – Traci, Kids Room
A simple game of hide and seek turns into a horrible nightmare for Justin and his friends!
“This is a great mix of horror and drama, in which the reader can easily identify with the main characters.” – Misty, Adult & Teen Services
Residents of a small Australian town are plagued by a deadly mist that only appears at night. Most of the people have disappeared into the mist or have fled in fear. A small group is determined to stay and attempt to go about their normal lives.
“The tagline sold me immediately, “Mix between Lord of the Rings and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Don’t let the horrible cover keep you away from this fantasy series.” – Traci, Kids Room
Magiere and her partner, the half-elf Leesil, are ready to hang up their weapons and settle down in a place they can finally call home. But their newfound peace will not last—for Magiere has come to the attention of a trio of powerful and dangerous vampires who know her true identity and they will stop at nothing to keep Magiere from fulfilling her destiny.
“This book is downright creepy and has a likable main character in Mouse.” – Misty, Adult & Teen Services
Mouse has been asked by her dad to clean out her dead grandmother’s house. The problem is that grandma was a hoarder, and that isn’t the worst of it. There’s something living in the woods behind the house.