Top Ten Tuesday: Halloween Reads & YA Book Costumes


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the lovely people over at The Broke & The Bookish.
This week’s topic:  Halloween related freebie: ten scary books, favorite horror novels, non-scary books to get you in the Halloween/fall mood, bookish halloween costumes, scariest covers), scary books on my TBR, etc.
Hello, Top Ten Tuesday….it’s been a while! I used to be such an active Top Ten Tuesday participant, but then I stopped because life got busy. Anyway, i wanted to do this Halloween one. I will be sharing five Halloween reads and five Halloween costumes.

A thriller I just read and enjoyed was With Malice by Eileen Cook. It was very thrilling and page turning, a quick read! This is about a girl, Jill who finds out she took her anticipated school trip to Italy and her best friend was killed in a car accident when she wakes up in the hospital and she can’t remember.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman is a creepy, spooky read that I read last Halloween and loved! It’s simply about a witch who lives down at the ocean at the end of the lane and this boy is friends with her. It’s cute and scary!
Every You, Every Me by David Levithan is very myserious and creepy. It’s a fast read and a page turner for sure! Evan is being watched and photographs keep appearing in his locker.  It’s a psychological thriller, but it’s pretty light and not so spooky. Just will keep you guessing!
Sherlock lovers, A Study in Charlotte is a Sherlock/Watson retelling of their great-great-great grandchildren Jamie Watson and Charlotte Holmes who are framed fora murder at their boarding school. Loved this!! The mystery is great and definitely a perfect read for this time of year!
I had to add Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children because I’m currently obsessed with the book! I saw the movie, then I automatically read the book and I’m in love. This is perfect for Halloween!!
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Mia Hall – if i stay

DIY Alice in Wonderland Rabbit costume by Bunny Baubles Blog Instructions to make bunny ears, clock, and tutu!:

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Nancy Drew

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4 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Halloween Reads & YA Book Costumes

  1. Aaah, The Ocean at the End of the Lane! I read that earlier this year, but wasn’t the hugest fan? There’s something about Neil Gaiman’s writing that doesn’t necessarily click with me, but it does for everyone else! Also, the costumes you picked out for the second half of the post were really cute. The Emily Elizabeth one is precious.

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