Top Ten Best YA Books to Read for Halloween

Top Ten Tuesday is an original meme created by the wonderful blog The Broke and the Bookish.

This week’s topic could be either Top Ten Scariest Looking Book Covers or if you haven’t done Top Ten Best Books To Read For Halloween when the B&B’s done it each year you can jump on that! I have yet to do the Halloween one, so that’s what I’ll be writing about today. Click the links to see reviews!


1. Bleeding Violet – Dia Reeves
*that scene where she kills a demon bug FROM THE INSIDE*

2. Dark Companion – Marta Acosta
If you’re looking for a quirky Halloween read, this is for you.

3. The Murmurings – Anne Carly West
Spooky and well-written.

4. Another Little Piece – Kate Karyus Quinn
I still think this would make an awesome horror movie, creepy on an Insidious level.

5. Marked – P. C. & Kristin Cast
Gotta have some vampires for the list. But these are unique, sassy vampires.

6. Coraline – Neil Gaiman
A creepy classic.

7. The Umbecoming of Mara Dyer – Michelle Hodkin
I have no words for how amazing this series is.

8. The Name of the Star – Maureen Johnson
The first book by Maureen Johnson I actually liked, but then again, what isn’t cool about a Jack the Ripper copy cat? Skip the second book, though

9. The Forest of Hands and Teeth – Carrie Ryan
A zombie pick.

10. Beautiful Creatures – Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
It wouldn’t be Halloween without some witches.


5 thoughts on “Top Ten Best YA Books to Read for Halloween

  1. I’m currently reading Another Little Piece! Great pick! The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is a great pick! I need to finish that series actually! Is Bleeding Violet a companion or sequel to Slices of Cherry or is it totally separate?

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