The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall by Katie Alender

Review: The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall by Katie Alender

Ever since I discovered “A Haunting” on Discovery Channel back when I was in middle school the paranormal has fascinated me. Sure, The Dead Girls of Hysteria Hall may be a work of fiction, but that doesn’t mean anything. I enjoy reading about the paranormal, whether fact or fake, and because this book has to do with the paranormal it really interested me.

Delia, who is 16, is labeled as a “troubled teen” after she and her friends worked out a plan to fly to Daytona with her friends without their parents knowing. Except there’s two things: one, she doesn’t really want to go, and two, she ended up getting caught whilst at the airport after her parents caught wind of it. Oh, and her boyfriend broke up with her over text.

Come Sit By Me by Thomas Hoobler

Review: Come Sit By Me by Thomas Hoobler

Come Sit By Me is a morbid book. It’s not extremely graphic or anything, it just doesn’t shy away from censoring or keeping things clean. It gives an accurate portrayal of high school and how us human beings can be driven to our breaking point. That’s what I mean.