Reviews by Category: Horror

Teen Review
Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke by Eric LaRocca

Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke

By Eric LaRocca
Rated by
Iqra N.
Jan 8, 2023

When Agnes Petrella sells her grandmother’s apple peeler online, she is convinced that
no one will buy it. Soon, a woman by the name of Zoe Cross decides to buy the artifact. After a
few messages, Zoe gives money to Agnes for her rent. Agnes, shocked by surprise, will do
anything to pay Zoe back for her kindness. The two start messaging each other in a chat room
and all seems to be going well. However, the two soon begin a controversial relationship, where
one has to obey the other. Things start to go out of control when Agnes is forced to kill a lizard

Teen Review
The Honeys by Ryan La Sala

The Honeys

By Ryan La Sala
Rated by
Alice Summers
Jan 6, 2023

A gorgeously written yet slightly disappointing horror story, Ryan La
Sala’s The Honeys excels at prose and descriptive language but falls
flat at pacing. Mars is a genderfluid teenager who is trying to cope with
the terrifying death of their twin sister, Caroline. In an attempt to
decipher the circumstances around her death, Mars decides to return to
Aspen Conservancy Summer Academy, a beautiful summer camp with a group of

Teen Review
It Looks Like Us by Alison Ames

It Looks Like Us

By Alison Ames
Rated by
Alice Summers
Jan 5, 2023

It Looks Like Us by Alison Ames is a modern retelling of the horror
classic, The Thing, yet it still manages to feel as fresh and biting as
its predecessors. The story, similar to the 1982 film, takes place in the
Antarctic and is centered around a research team who come in contact with
a shapeshifting, otherworldly monster. A group consisting of five

Teen Review
The Dunwich Horror by H.P. Lovecraft

The Dunwich Horror

By H.P. Lovecraft
Rated by
Oct 3, 2022

In the weird fiction novel The Dunwich Horror, H.P. Lovecraft details the blasphemous
occurrences that resulted in an incident known as The Dunwich Horror. The travesty began with
“hideous screams” that signaled the birth of Wilbur Whateley, a brilliant but grotesque child
(Lovecraft 143). Wilbur, alongside his grandfather, took part in strange rituals that caused the
hills to shake and inspired hatred and fear in living. However, his search for blasphemous

Teen Review
Solstice by Lorence Alison


By Lorence Alison
Rated by
Varun R.
Aug 10, 2022

Adri is perfectly on track to become the lawyer that her parents have always wanted her to
become. Through academic excellence, hard work, and sacrifice, a summer internship represents
the final bridge between her and her parents’ dreams. The problem is, she wants nothing more
than to get away from the internship, especially when she gets the opportunity of a lifetime.
Courtesy of her best friend Elena, Adri gets tickets to go to Solstice, a life-changing getaway

Teen Review

Scream (2022 version)

Rated by
Colin K.
Jul 19, 2022

Like all the other Screams, the 2022 version definitely lives up to the hype with tons of humor
and scary moments to keep the viewer on the edge of their seat. Not to mention, Actors: Neve
Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette returning to their iconic roles in Scream to deliver
another great sequel. That being said, nothing beats the 1996 Scream nor its originality, as I
wouldn’t say Scream 5 was necessarily needed but cool nonetheless.


Teen Review
The Oracle Code by Marieke Nijkamp

The Oracle Code

By Marieke Nijkamp
Rated by
Aadit G.
Jun 14, 2022

Rating: 4

My rating for this book is a 4 because the book is pretty good but I don't really like the "horror" part of it.


This is about a girl named Barbra Gordan. She was shot and is paralyzed from her hips down. She is admitted into a rehab facility which is pretty suspicious. She can hear voices in the walls and once patients start going missing she starts investigating.


Teen Review
Hide and Seeker by Daka Hermon

Hide and Seeker

By Daka Hermon
Rated by
Aadit G.
Jun 1, 2022

Rating: 3 My rating for this book is a 3 because the book was very detailed and the plot line was really focused and detailed. Also, it did not have much happening for the first few chapters.

Summary: Justin's friends go missing and he returns home after that. They all go to Zee's house, the person who got lost, for a welcome home party. They then play hide and seek, after which everything changes. They find out about a lot of things because of the game.

Teen Review
Wilder Girls by Rory Power

Wilder Girls

By Rory Power
Rated by
May 31, 2022

Wilder Girls, the debut novel of Rory Power, is the horror story of best friends Hetty, Byatt, and Reese. They have been stuck in Raxter, the island in which their school for girls is on, for eighteen months, quarantined and away from the world because of the Tox, the deadly disease that has claimed the lives of teachers and students alike. The Tox, though, gives surprising but strange abilities to the girls that do survive it, as well as gruesome liabilities. Double heartbeats, gills, second spines.

Teen Review
Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

Lock Every Door

By Riley Sager
Rated by
Eva K.
May 16, 2022

Lock Every Door is an exceptionally written horror/thriller novel. Riley Sager is very well known for writing thriller books, and this might just be one of the best written books by Riley. The storyline of the book is very interesting since it gives you insight on multiple characters’ perspectives. You not only get to feel what all the characters are feeling, but you also get an insight into their lives and how each character is so vastly different than the other.

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