Thursday, December 1, 2011

December Horror New Releases

These are the horror new releases for August. If I’ve missed something out, let me know in the comments! But remember, these are Australian release dates only.

What I'm Excited About:  Phew, so much to get excited about in this month! I Am Grimalkin - I have been DYING for this book, and the next one in the Larten Crepsley series, which I've also been overeager to get my hands on. The only thing I'm slightly cross about is WHY DID IT TAKE SO LONG? Both of these books were out ages ago overseas, so come on Australian publishers, why make us wait? Ahem. Rant over. I've also been hearing lots of good things about dystopian book Legend.

Junior & Middle
Sophie and the Shadow Woods #6: The Bat Sprites, Linda Chapman & Lee Weatherly (Harper Collins).
Earwig and the Witch, Dianna Wynne Jones (Harper Collins).
Creepella von Cacklefur #2: Meet Me in Horrorwood, Geronimo Stilton (Scholastic).
The Orphan of Awkward Falls, Keith Graves (Hardie Grant Egmont).
The Templeton Twins, Jeremy Holmes (Hardie Grant Egmont).
The Treehorn Trilogy, Edward Gorey (Hardie Grant Egmont).
Goosebumps Hall of Horrors #4: Why I Quit Zombie School, R.L. Stine (Scholastic).
Goosebumps Classics #21: Vampire Breath, R.L. Stine (Scholastic).
Wolven #3: Bad Wolf Rising, Di Toft (Scholastic).
3:15 Season One: Things That Go Bump In the Night, Patrick Carman (Scholastic).

Saga of Larten Crepsley #2: Ocean of Blood, Darren Shan (Harper Collins).
Sleepwalkers, J. Gabriel Gates (Harper Collins).
I Am Grimalkin, Joseph Delaney (Random House).
Undead, Kirsty McKay (Scholastic). Check out the youtube trailer for this one.
Wish You Were Dead, Todd Strasser (Walker).
Adventures of a Wimpy Werewolf, Tim Collins (Hardie Grant).
Legend, Marie Lu (Penguin).
Smoulder, Brenna Yovanoff (Simon & Schuster).
Dark Souls, Paula Morris (Scholastic).

Guys Read: Thriller, John Scieszka (Harper Collins).
More Bloody Horowitz, Anthony Horowitz (Walker). [New Format]

Make a Mummy, Shrink a Head, and Other Useful Skills, Pat Murphy (Klutz).

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