Sunday, August 30, 2009

Another RIP Challenge

Hi everyone! I'm signing up for another challenge, the RIP Challenge IV hosted by Carl. I'm joining at the four-book-level. Here are a few possibilities from my list:

Vacations from Hell by Libba Bray, Cassandra Clare, Claudia Gray, Maureen Johnson, and Sara Mlynowski

The Book of Dead Days by Marcus Sedgwick

Eighth Grade Bites by Heather Brewer

Sweep: Book of Shadows by Cate Tiernan

Strange Tales of the Civil War by Michael Sanders

Blue is for Nightmares by Laurie Faria Stolarz

The Good Ghouls' Guide to Getting Even by Julie Kenner

Mystery Stories for Girls by various authors

Poison Ink by Christopher Golden

Glass Houses by Rachel Caine

Revenge of the Witch by Joseph Delaney

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Marked by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast

Dracula by Bram Stoker

And that's just a few...thanks for hosting this great challenge again, Carl!

13 comments:

Becky said...

Oh, I loved Frankenstein and Dracula. If you do get to Frankenstein and happen to like it, then you might be interested in AngelMonster by Veronica Bennett, a fictionalized account of Mary Shelley's life.

Amanda said...

I want to read Blue is for Nightmares, too!

Debi said...

Becky--

Thanks for the recommendation!

Amanda--

Did you know they've made a graphic novel to go along with the series too? I haven't read it yet, of course, but...

--Annie

Chris said...

Hey Annie!! I'm so glad to see Vlad and Glass Houses on your list :) I really want to read the next Morganville book like NOW. Those are such great fluff reading. I think you'll like them too! I hope you do since I kind of pushed it on you :/ Anyway, happy RIP reading!

Nicola said...

Great list Annie I've only read Frankenstein and Dracula but I want to read the Blue is Nightmares series and the Marked series. Vacations from Hell should be pretty good too!

Nymeth said...

Oooh, I hadn't heard of Vacations from Hell - very nice list of contributors!

Carl V. said...

Terrific list Annie, I'm so glad you are in again this year! I read Book of Dead Days a couple of years ago and enjoyed it. I need to go track down the sequel. Dracula is one of my favorite books of all time, I plan on listening to my audio version of it sometime during the challenge.

Bluestocking said...

I've read Shelley and Stoker. R.I.P. IV

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Debi said...

Chris--

I can't wait to read them!

Nicola--

I'm reading Vacations from Hell right now, and it is really good! I'd definitely recommend it to you.

Nymeth--

Thanks! I think it's a series, and so far there are at least two other ones...Love from Hell and Prom Dates from Hell. I haven't read them yet, though.

Carl V.--

I didn't know there was a sequel! Do you know what it's called?

Bluestocking--

I saw that you were reading The Historian for RIP this year. It's a really good one, I think you'll like it.

--Annie

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