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DAY ONE! Reading Cram 2.0: Chills and Thrills Readathon! TBR Challenge!

"Oct 24-- TBR challenge--List what books you are planning to read for the read-a-thon, on your blog, YouTube, etc. You don't have to stick to the list FYI :)"- Juliababyjen

These are not in any particular order and I may or may not read these. This is a rough idea of the books I'll be reading or trying to read. Three of the six books were recommended to me by MonsterMen13 on YouTube...well not exactly to me but in general.  Also just because I wrote down six books does not mean I'll get to them or that I will read six books. 
**The themes are based off of the summary and friends**
Stardust by Neil Gaiman; started
Spooky Theme: Witches...
I started this during the Octobathon and did not finish.














Horns by Joe Hill
Spooky Theme: Thriller, Mystery...
I heard about this book from padfootandprangs07 a while back.
Then my friend recommended it to me.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children 
By Ransom Riggs
Spooky Theme: Paranormal
Jesse from Jessethereader talked about this book so many times. So when I was at Barnes&Noble, I had to get it.









The Graveyard Speaks by Hunter Shea
Spooky Theme: Paranormal 
I watch a YouTube channel called Monstermen13, 
where they talk about everything from vampires to ghosts.
One of the two guys is Hunter Shea. They happened to
talk about his books in on of the videos and it sounds.

 


The Girl From the Blood Coven by Brian Moreland
Spooky Theme: Paranormal, Mystery 
Once again this is a recommendation from Monstermen13
Plus it sounds awesome! 
 












The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
Spooky Theme: Paranormal??.. 
I saw this for free on my nook....

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1. Read What YOU Want to Read.

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I finished this book in about three hours...
I also tweeted her to see if there would be a sequel...which I want really bad...

"The end of the world? That’s the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters and deep philosophical exercises in school. No need to sweat it. So when sixteen-year-old Tess’s doomsday-dad builds a bomb shelter in their suburban backyard, everyone thinks he’s gone crazy….
…Until fire rains down from the sky, sinking whole cities into colossal craters and setting much of the world ablaze.
Tess’s dad gives her a few short minutes to gather her emergency bag and her freaked-out kitten, then leads her outside and into the underground shelter. Terrified, the last thing she expects is for him to leave her there all alone, but he has no choice—he must find her missing brother. Before leaving, he makes Tess promise to keep the hatch door shut, not to open it for anyone but him, and to stay put until he returns.
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