Above nature. Magical thinking. Ghosts. Demons. Unearthly. Paranormal. Unexplainable. Unnatural. Divine. Miraculous. The Beyond.
Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova
"The second time I saw my dead aunt Rosario, she was dancing." So begins the compelling story of Alex, a bruja and the most powerful witch in her family. Trouble is, she hates magic. Her curse to rid herself of her "gift," backfires and her family disappears. Now she must travel to Los Lagos, an in-between land as dark as Limbo and as strange as Wonderland.
Over in the realm of Xia, sixteen-year-old Skybright feels lucky to be handmaid and companion to ZhenNi, the daughter of a wealthy family. But, yes, Sky is hiding a secret - at night, she transforms into a ..... And it's a lot more complicated than you might think. Action-packed and fast-paced.
Ghostly Echoes by William Ritter
Jenny Cavanaugh, the ghostly lady of 926 Augur Lane, has enlisted the investigative services of her fellow residents to solve a decade-old murder--her own! This is the third book in the Jackaby series.
The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting.
Knowing where the bodies are buried has usually led Violet to dead birds and things like that. But now that there is a serial killer on the loose she is finding the bodies he has left behind. On top of that, she may be able to tell who the killer is, something the killer might do something about.
Need by Carrie Jones.
Stalkers are nasty, unpleasant people, especially when they are also pixies, and pixie kings at that. Zara finds that this creepy guy has followed her from South Carolina to her new home in Maine. Things get stranger when she begins to suspect that everyone in town is in on some secret, which may have something to do with all of the boys who have disappeared—and this pixie king who is so interested in her.
Fallen by Lauren Kate.
Spending senior year of high school in a reform school is pretty bad. But Luce makes the best of it, finding one boy she wants to be with and another who wants to be with her. The only complications are the issues of what caused the fire that killed her old boyfriend and whether it involved fallen angels and the vampire-like creatures they became.
Under the Dome by Stephen King.
What happens when a normal little town on an ordinary day is cut off from the rest of the world? Is it the work of aliens? Who knows, but in a Stephen King novel it is usually the humans you need to watch out for.
Crash by Lisa McMann.
The signs are all there. On billboard signs, on the walls of buildings. There is going to be a crash and there will be nine dead bodies, including the boy that she has a crush on. But Jules can’t figure out when the crash is going to happen or how to stop it. All she knows is that the visions are becoming more frequent and that she may be going crazy like her father and grandfather.
Ask Me by Kimberly Pauley.
Why is it that every time someone can see the future no one wants to believe them? For 17-year-old Aria Morse, the hardest part about this gift—or curse—is that anytime someone asks her a question, she is compelled to answer them, even if it gets her in trouble. When a classmate is murdered, Aria thinks she may discover the killer, but will it before the killer finds her?
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs.
On the far away island where Jacob’s grandfather grew up, there was a home that filled with talented, and strange children. His grandfather showed Jacob photographs of these special children and when the old man died he left Jacob a letter that leads him to the island. And the children. Followed by The Hollow City and Library of Souls.
The Archived by Victoria Schwab.
Pity the poor Librarians who work in the Archive, the place where the bodies of the dead, what you might call the ghosts, are stored. If one of these ghosts, or Histories as they are called, goes missing, Librarians must dispatch Keepers to find them. When there is a sudden upsurge of missing Histories, it looks like something bad is going on in the Archive.