Slasher Girls & Monster Boys (2020)

Slasher Girls & Monster Boys April Genevieve Tucholke Stefan Bachmann Leigh Bardugo Kendare Blake A.G. Howard Jay Kristoff Marie Lu Jonathan Maberry Slasher Girls Monster Boys For fans of Stephen King Neil Gaiman Lois Duncan and Daphne Du Maurier comes a powerhouse anthology featuring some of the best writers of YA thrillers and horror A host of the smartest young adult
  • Title: Slasher Girls & Monster Boys
  • Author: April Genevieve Tucholke Stefan Bachmann Leigh Bardugo Kendare Blake A.G. Howard Jay Kristoff Marie Lu Jonathan Maberry
  • ISBN: 9781101917459
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Audiobook
Slasher Girls & Monster Boys April Genevieve Tucholke Stefan Bachmann Leigh Bardugo Kendare Blake A.G. Howard Jay Kristoff Marie Lu Jonathan Maberry For fans of Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Lois Duncan, and Daphne Du Maurier comes a powerhouse anthology featuring some of the best writers of YA thrillers and horror A host of the smartest young adult authors come together in this collection of scary stories and psychological thrillers curated by Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea s April Genevieve Tucholke.Each storyFor fans of Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, Lois Duncan, and Daphne Du Maurier comes a powerhouse anthology featuring some of the best writers of YA thrillers and horror A host of the smartest young adult authors come together in this collection of scary stories and psychological thrillers curated by Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea s April Genevieve Tucholke.Each story draws from a classic tale or two sometimes of the horror genre, sometimes not to inspire something new and fresh and terrifying There are no superficial scares here these are stories that will make you think even as they keep you on the edge of your seat From bloody horror to supernatural creatures to unsettling, all too possible realism, this collection has something for any reader looking for a thrill.Fans of TV s The Walking Dead, True Blood, and American Horror Story will tear through tales by these talented authors Stefan BachmannLeigh BardugoKendare BlakeA G HowardJay KristoffMarie LuJonathan MaberryDanielle PaigeCarrie RyanMegan ShepherdNova Ren SumaMcCormick TemplemanApril Genevieve TucholkeCat Winters
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  1. Emily May

    Honestly, this is one of the best YA anthologies I ve ever read Normally I can pick out one or two strong works amid a bunch of mediocre ones but, in this case, there was only one story I didn t enjoy I think Suma s remained my favourite throughout but I also absolutely loved Marie Lu s creepy closet girl So many great stories here, all inspired by various movies, books and music.The Birds of Azalea Street by Nova Ren Suma5 starsThis was a fantastic start to the collection The author s eerie, po [...]

  2. karen

    why is there no introduction to this collection am i the only one who appreciates a good intro to set the mood and drum up anticipation for what s to come the only thing we get here is some flap copy, which i never read, so when i got to the end of the first story and there were these upside down bits, i was like whaaaaat and then i read the flap copy which informed me that all the stories in the collection have used one or books, movies, television, or songs as jumping off points to explore th [...]

  3. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin

    I m not going to sit here and give you the low down on every single story in this book You can read that in all of the other reviews I am going to talk about or leave the names and authors of some of my favorite ones The Bird Of Azalea Street by Nova Ren SumaI loved this one right off the bat, it s actually the first story It s about a creepy dude that does evil things to the birds and has a creepy, lustful fascination to the girls in the neighborhood But sometimes, karma man, karma The next sto [...]

  4. Wendy Darling

    I love that these are horror stories from some of the best YA writers working today, some of whom don t normally write horror Each story takes inspiration from films, books, or music, and half the fun is seeing if you can guess the source.I rated the stories as I went along Nova Ren Suma s The Birds of Azalea Street 5 starsCarrie Ryan s In the Forest Dark and Deep 3.5 starsCat Winters Emmeline 4 starsLeigh Bardugo s Verse Chorus Verse 4 starsMegan Shepherd s Hide and Seek 5 starsDanielle Paige s [...]

  5. Melanie

    I wanted to get in the Halloween mood, so I thought this anthology collection would be perfect I also, low key, wanted to read this because I just finished Crooked Kingdom, and now I have to read every sentence Leigh Bardugo has ever published Seriously, I m desperate.Verse Chorus Verse ended up not being my favorite, but I was still left speechless at how good this anthology collection was Dare I say, this might be the best anthology I ve ever read It is for sure the best I ve ever rated Sleep [...]

  6. Raeleen Lemay

    My actual rating is like 3.2 5 stars but whatever.This was fairly enjoyable and has me wanting to check out of some of these authors works , but I was pretty underwhelmed overall I only LOVED one of the stories Jay Kristoff s I am seriously so excited to read some of his books , and the rest were decent I enjoyed most of them, but also couldn t be bothered to finish three of them Definitely a good one to read around Halloween time.

  7. Grace (BURTSBOOKS)

    3.434 stars I calculated it lol Sooooo, this took me 85 years to read and even though all of these stories were considered thrillers, barely any of them were thrilling Only 1 one actually scared me As far as anthologies go, this was a good one it featured many well written, entertaining stories by a plethora of outstanding authors I wouldn t exactly call many of these stories thrillers or horror as they were advertised, but I enjoyed them about as much as I do any story in short story collection [...]

  8. Ylenia

    2.75 stars HELLO Like I did with My True Love Gave to Me last year I will read a bunch of short stories every week until Halloween and I will update my review everytime Last time I did a similar thing I really enjoyed my time it also started discussions about the book and your opinions so let s do this Here s the program WEEK 42 Monday, October 12 Sunday, October 18, 2015 Nova Ren Suma Carrie Ryan Cat Winters Leigh Bardugo Megan Shepherd WEEK 43 Monday, October 19 Sunday, October 25, 2015 Daniel [...]

  9. Danielle

    Updated 10 26 2015I m not usually a huge short story fan, but this collection Oh man, this one was fantastically creepy Sure, there were certain stories I liked than others, but I thoroughly enjoyed every story in this collection Cat Winters and A.G Howard s were my top two Just look at this first line from A.G Howard s The first time the wrens sang at night was three years ago, when I used a rusty saw to cut off Pa s left foot How can one not be hooked in by that line While there are definitel [...]

  10. Chantal(Every Word A Doorway)

    Exact average rating 3.5 starsWhat a fantastic anthology Loved it Some of the stories were phenomenal and there was only one I actively disliked Overall, I m very impressed with how original and strange some of these stories were I feel like the authors really dared to do something different here Although none of these short stories truly scared me, I still found them to be creepy and eerie If you re in the mood for something fitting for Halloween, definitely pick this one up.The Birds of Azalea [...]

  11. Vane J.

    3.5 out of 5 starsThis is a great anthology that I recommend for fans of light horror I came waiting to be severely terrified, but I wasn t However, I thought most of these stories were quality writing, and some of them were a bit disturbing I m glad I read it and I hope you do too because it s one of the best collections of short stories I ve ever read Reviews for each story The Birds of Azalea Street by Nova Ren Suma 4 starsCreepy atmosphere, even creepier writing Nova Ren Suma s style was per [...]

  12. Neil (or bleed)

    Not all monsters are filled with darkness The Birds of Azalea Street by Nova Ren Suma 4.5 starsWow, what a great start for an anthology The moment I started this one, I ve already got the eerie feeling and the creeps I ve got totally nervous, thanks to the compelling writing style and vivid description and story telling of Nova Ren Suma.In the Forest Dark and Deep by Carrie Ryan 4 starsAt first, I thought this will be meh but few pages later and after it dawned to me what the fuck is happening, [...]

  13. PaigeBookdragon

    EDIT I have to put the name of the short stories and their respective authors to help my fellow readers know what kind of awesomeness does this book haveF from Cat Winter s Tumblr blogThe Birds of Azalea Street by Nova Ren SumaIn the Forest Dark and Deep by Carrie Ryan Emmeline by Cat WintersVerse, Chorus, Verse by Leigh BardugoHide and Seek by Megan ShephardThe Dark, Scary Parts and All by Danielle PaigeThe Flicker, The Finger, The Beat, The Sigh by April Genevieve TucholkeFat Girl With A Knife [...]

  14. Candace Robinson

    Whoa Nelly, this was not as awesome as I thought it would be I am actually highly disappointing I mean, look at the list of authors It was to be a guaranteed a 5 star book, right Wrong There were ones I really liked, but overall it was just okay.The stories I thought were great were In the Forest Dark and Deep by Carrie Ryan, Emmeline by Cat Winters, Hide And Seek by Megan Shepherd, The Dark, Scary Parts and All by Danielle Paige, and Stitches by A.G Howard They involve an Alice in Wonderland cr [...]

  15. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    I m genuinely surprised by how much I loved this collection as a whole I ve never been one for short stories and I hadn t heard the best things about this one to begin with, but I thoroughly enjoyed this My ratings for each individual story are as follows THE BIRDS OF AZALEA STREET 4 starsIN THE FOREST DARK AND DEEP 4 starsEMMELINE 2 starsVERSE CHORUS VERSE 3 starsHIDE AND SEEK 2 starsTHE DARK, SCARY PARTS AND ALL 1 starTHE FLICKER, THE FINGERS, THE BEAT, THE SIGH 1 starFAT GIRL WITH A KNIFE 1 s [...]

  16. destiny ☠ howling libraries

    Spoiler free review Since this is an anthology, I ll be splitting the review up by story first, and then give my overall thoughts at the end THE BIRDS OF AZALEA STREET Nova Ren Suma A group of teen girls observe mysterious incidents going on at their creepy neighbor s house, and decide to investigate.The prose was very lovely and gave way to some haunting imagery, but overall the story was pretty boring and unmemorable IN THE FOREST DARK AND DEEP Carrie Ryan An incredibly twisted Alice in Wonder [...]

  17. Kimi

    Buddy reading with the lovely Bunny We ll be reading a bunch of short stories every week until Halloween starting next monday D The Birds of Azalea street by Nova Ren Suma 4 Stars I was surprised by how good this story was A fantastic start to the collection I was so close to being put off by the birds because of Magonia but in the end I really enjoyed this story In The Forest Dark and Deep by Carrie Ryan 5 Stars gasps This one you guys Emmeline by Cat Winters 3 StarsCreepy historical fiction wi [...]

  18. Selene Matheson

    The Birds of Azalea Street by Nova Ren Suma3 StarsVery odd.Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock s Rear Window and The Birds.In the Forest Dark and Deep by Carrie Ryan4 StarsSuch a twisted story.Inspired by the 1951 animated film and novel Alice s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.Emmeline by Cat Winters Pretty generic and easily predictable.2 StarsInspired by the 1930 film All Quiet in the Western Front, the 1952 short story Kiss Me Again Stranger, and the 1922 film Nosferatu.Verse Chorus Verse [...]

  19. Andrea

    In honor of it being the first week of October a.k.a the greatest month of the year I decided to finally pick up Slasher Girls and Monster Boys, a collection of short stories dealing with all things scary and creepy The Birds of Azalea Street by Nova Ren Suma 4 stars We suspected We d told tales We d heightened our stories into gross and grandiose lies And even with all of that, we never really thought we were in danger This was a great way to start to the collection, it was filled with creepy b [...]

  20. Heather 'Bookables'

    Really enjoyed this one I have a full video review where I rate each short story coming next week

  21. Estefani

    Average Rating 3.5 StarsThe Birds of Azalea Street by Nova Ren Suma 3 StarsThree teenage girls playing with things they shouldn t Enjoyable, creepy and a bit twisted The first few pages reminded me of Shia LaBeouf s movie Disturbia The writing evoked a slightly eerie style I liked the ending, interesting how karma works, even if someone intervenes.In The Forest Dark And Deep by Carrie Ryan 5 StarsAnother AiW retelling, I seem to have thing for these This one had graphic gruesome scenes Simple st [...]

  22. Jennifer

    Slasher Girls Monster Boys is an anthology of short stories that fall in the genre of young adult horror thriller Most titles also had some type of paranormal or fantasy element as well Each story was inspired by some past piece of work and I personally had a bit of fun guessing the inspiration for each as they were told Some were delightfully clear, granting me a feeling of nostalgia, and some were inspired by works I am unfamiliar with As with most anthologies, a few stories stood out to me t [...]

  23. Lala BooksandLala

    I really enjoyed this anthology though I wouldn t personally have put it in the horror genre as very few stories were terrifying or truly creepy Regardless, it impressed me immensely and gave me a bunch of new authors I want to read from now My favourites short stories were by Nova Rensuma, Megan Sheperd, Jay Kristoff and Marie Lu.Serious props to April Genevieve Tucholke for putting this collection together The stories all felt placed very specifically, and I appreciated the true mixture of id [...]

  24. Giovanna

    2.9 Buddy read with Simo, Claudia, Lu, Dreams and Maggi Day one The birds of Azalea Street by Nova Ren Suma 3 starsIt was lovely rather than creepy I think I mean, maybe it s twisted to describe it as lovely, because it s not a sweet short story, but it didn t scare me I ll settle for disquieting then I was not impressed by it, but it was well written.Day two In the forest dark and deep by Carrie Ryan 4.5 starsNot scary, but so so so good I loved this short story, it was spooky and disquieting l [...]

  25. Taylor Knight

    I ve had this book for months and I m so glad I finally got around to picking it up I m a big fan of horror so this book was basically perfect for me I love how many short stories were in this book and there s so many amazing writers that contributed My favorite stories were Emmeline by Cat Winters, Verse Chorus Verse by Leigh Bardugo, Far Girl with a Knife by Jonathan Maberry, and Hide And Seek by Megan Shepherd.If you re looking for some great horror stories, I d definitely recommend Slasher G [...]

  26. Sara

    This anthology was just okay I had a fairly pleasant time reading it, but I didn t love any story in particular It was a good read for the month of October but I don t think I ll ever revisit it.

  27. Lotte

    I totally didn t expect to like it so much, but this has got to be the best YA anthology I ve read so far I wouldn t consider all of these stories to be horror necessarily, but I definitely feel like there s something in here for everyone who likes their YA rather dark and twisted I also liked that most stories seem to share an overarching theme of girls getting revenge and righting wrongs in possibly bloody, murderous ways In my opinion, there was only one truly bad story in this collection in [...]

  28. Katherine

    The Good News This book sounds fan freaking tastic I mean Megan Shepherd Marie Lu Leigh Bardugo Kendare Blake So many good authors contributing.The Bad News The cover scares the crap out of me.Seriously man, what were the publishers thinking If I end up buying this, I think I m gonna have to get rid of the dustjacket, it creeps me out so much What do you think Is it just me being a fraidy cat, or are the feelings mutual

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