Gripping and Incredibly Terrifying, ‘Survive the Night’ is a Must Read Thriller | Review of ‘Survive the Night’

Survive the Night by Danielle Vega Razorbill

We’re all gonna die down here. . . .Something is hunting Casey and her friends in the underground tunnels of New York City, the abandoned subways, flooded by the storm. After finding the body of her friend Julie dead and disemboweled, Casey and her friends seek an exit, a way out of the dark, away from the monster that this hunting them. How do you fight what you can’t see? How do you survive the night?

Gripping, terrifying, Survive the Night is a can’t put down thriller. Published on July 7, 2015 by Razorbill, this is the second novel by Danielle Vega who has written a horror novel that puts horror films to shame.
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Imaginative But Lacking Character | Review of ‘A Book of Spirits and Thieves’ (Spirits and Thieves, #1)

By: Cynthia Ayala

A Book of Spirits and Thieves by
Morgan Rhodes
Razorbill

Worlds collide when Crystal Hatcher watches her sister enter into a comma when a light from a mysterious book in a mysterious language envelops her. And when she gains the attention of Farrell Grayson, the mysteries of the book throws her into a dangerous game with the Hawkspear Society. Moreover, while she balances the secrets that revolve around her, her sister Becca must contend with being a spirit in the land of Mythica that only young Maddox Corso, can see and help. Published June 23, 2015 by Razorbill, A Book of Spirits and Thieves brings together very different worlds with ancient and dark magic.
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