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Eve Hallows and the Book of Shrieks (The Nightmare #1) by Robert Gray 

For fourteen-year-old Eve Hallows, life can be summed up in one word—horrible.  She has the most horrible friends.  She lives in a horrible old castle.  Even her family is a bunch of horrible monsters. 

However, in the monster-inhabited world of Gravesville—a world where messages are sent through Ouija boards, jack-o’-lanterns get facials to suit their moods, and the worst thing Eve has to deal with are those annoying zombie tourists who overrun her favorite graveyard during the Halloween season—horrible means wonderful.  
And everything for Eve is perfectly horrible.  

But her life is about to go head over heels when a mysterious group known as The Source starts terrorizing Gravesville.  Now she must move to the human world—where everything is opposite ... and for Eve, that's absolutely adorable!



Eve Hallows and the Book of Shadows (The Nightmare #2) by Robert Gray 

Ever since encountering The Source and its minions on Halloween, Eve Hallows has found life surprisingly quiet … not to mention adorably boring!  
So when Dad receives a Ouija message that she must return to Gravesville, Eve couldn't be happier—at least until she discovers the Director of URNS, also known as the Grim Reaper, has a special job for Eve … one that will lead her to New York City and to the true identity of The Source.   
With The Book of Shrieks offering zero help and a new URNS agent driving the school boys—and Eve!—crazy, Eve's beginning to realize this whole saving-the-world nonsense isn't what it's cracked up to be.  
All this and she still has to find The Book of Shadows....




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Robert Gray is a writer.  If that job description doesn't impress you, how about fantasy writer? Too general? Well, he doesn't get insulted if you call him a horror writer. If horror's not your thing, then scratch out horror and replace it with suspense. And for the kiddies, you can slap on a YA or MG in front of that title.

Gray lives in Bushkill, Pennsylvania with his wife and two children.


Excerpts:

Eve Hallows and the Book of Shrieks Excerpt:

"Tonight, the graveyard was packed with tourists. We get a lot of them this time of year—zombies from up north. They were the rudest, most annoying creatures. And that whole brain-eating thing? I don’t care where you live, that’s just poor manners. Not to mention, they were having so much fun out there in the graveyard, which made me dislike them even more. I wanted to be out there, too."

Eve Hallows and the Book of Shadows Excerpt:

"Some goblin workers were out and about, slanting stones that had become straight or adding some additional weeds in places where the grass was neat and trim. Besides them, there weren't many creatures here, which I found a bit surprising. It was a perfect morning to be in the graveyard, and I figured there'd be more creatures around—at the very least, some brain eaters. Sure, after Halloween, many tourists headed back home and stuck around their local graves, but I couldn't recall ever seeing the place this vacant."


Guest Post- Top Ten Witches:


In no particular order ...

The Grand High Witch (Roald Dahl's The Witches)
Elphaba Thropp (Gregory Maguire's Wicked)
Three Weird Sisters (Shakespeare's Macbeth)
Old Witch (Grim Brothers' Hansel & Gretel)
Bellatrix Lestrange (J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter Series)
Medea (Euripedes' Medea)
Mother Malkin (Joseph Delaney's The Last Apprentice: Revenge of the Witch)
The Wicked Witch of the West (L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz)
Alexandra, Jane, and Sukie (John Updike's The Witches of Eastwick)
Serafina Pekkala (Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials Series)


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1 comment:

DMS said...

These books sound so good! Thanks for the excellent giveaway! :)
~Jess

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