Teen Hyde: High School HorrorHigh School Horror (Volume 2)
Feiwel & Friends
Cassidy Hyde is NOT having a good year. Her boyfriend cheated on her, killed her best friend's date during homecoming, and was then murdered in turn by a serial killer, and that's without counting the thing that no one knows about. (But Cassidy doesn't like to think about that.) The point is, anyone would be a little depressed and no one can blame her for looking for a little bit of help. That's where Sunshine comes in. This new experimental drug makes Cassidy feel like everything is good and she's the golden girl once again. A little memory loss feels like a small price to pay to get her life back. And the fact that boys are once again going missing (boys who Cassidy does NOT want to remember) has NOTHING to do with anything! Right?
Thus begins Chandler Baker's contemporary twist on Robert Louis Stevenson's Jekyll and Hyde, set in the town of Hollow Pines, Texas, where high school is truly horrifying.
“Mix. Mingle. Try to look like you’re having fun,” Paisley had said before disappearing into the crowded kitchen.
Praise for Teen Hyde: High School Horror
"Improves on the solid scares of Teen Frankenstein, making this new and topical for any teen collection." —Booklist
"the revenge story is unmatchable for drama." —Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"A healthy dose of atmospheric horror." —Publishers Weekly
"This offers some scares as well as a strangely compelling protagonist. Recommend to fans of Shelley’s original and teens ready for more intrigue than R. L. Stine’s Fear Street series has to offer." —Booklist
"There's a lot of humor—especially in Adam's not-too-successful attempts at imitating teen behavior. Tor is a prickly, unintentionally abrasive character whom some readers will find downright refreshing." —Kirkus Reviews
"In this trilogy opener, Baker takes the essence of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; throws in heaps of high school drama; mystery, and murder; and then sets it in the small town of Hollow Pines, TX." —School Library Journal