Have you read all of Ransom Rigg’s Miss Peregrine series? Already read the graphic novel adaptation? Already seen the movie? Still looking for more?
Try one of these dark and creepy “read-alike” selections from our collection:
Through the Woods by Emily Carroll
Journey through the woods in this sinister, compellingly spooky graphic novel that features five spine-tingling short stories, including the online webcomic sensation “His Face All Red.”
The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge
On an island off the south coast of Victorian England, fourteen-year-old Faith investigates the mysterious death of her father, who was involved in a scandal, and discovers a tree that feeds upon lies and gives those who eat its fruit visions of truth.
The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson (#1 in the Shades of London series)
Rory, of Boueuxlieu, Louisiana, is spending a year at a London boarding school when she witnesses a murder by a Jack the Ripper copycat and becomes involved with the very unusual investigation.
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
Thirteen-year-old Conor awakens one night to find a monster outside his bedroom window, but not the one from the recurring nightmare that began when his mother became ill–an ancient, wild creature that wants him to face truth and loss.
Asylum by Madeleine Roux (#1 in the Asylum series)
Three teens at a summer program for gifted students uncover shocking secrets in the sanatorium-turned-dorm where they’re staying–secrets that link them all to the asylum’s dark past.
Everlost by Neal Shusterman (#1 in the Skinjacker trilogy)
When Nick and Allie are killed in a car crash, they end up in Everlost, or limbo for lost souls, where although Nick is satisfied, Allie will stop at nothing–even skinjacking–to break free.
In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters
In San Diego in 1918, as deadly influenza and World War I take their toll, sixteen-year-old Mary Shelley Black watches desperate mourners flock to séances and spirit photographers for comfort and, despite her scientific leanings, must consider if ghosts are real when her first love, killed in battle, returns.