Books tagged: Occult & Supernatural
By Andre Alexis
A is a work of fiction in which André Alexis presents the compelling narrative of Alexander Baddeley, a Toronto book reviewer obsessed with the work of the elusive and mythical poet Avery Andrews. Baddeley is in awe of Andrews's ability as a poet—more than anything he wants ... Read more
By Shirley Jackson
Illustrated by Seth
World-renowned cartoonist Seth returns with three new ghost stories for 2022.
Margaret visits the lavish home of her friend Carla Rhodes for the summer holidays. But when Carla's brother arrives with a mysterious friend, strange occurrences cause tensions to rise within the ... Read more
By Madeline Sonik
We are mesmerized, enthralled. A young, armless girl, tangled in the brutal arrowhead wire of glistening ivy, stares with dead eyes. If I had arms, I would embrace my shaking body. I would lift my hands to my face, cover my eyes, hold the aching scream in my mouth.
Combining ... Read more
Beneath the Willows
By Marie Hess
The Wright family was sharecropping in Alcott, New York. After years of plowing fields and hanging tobacco, they had an opportunity to own a small farm in southern Ontario. Beth, their only daughter, has just turned twelve. The neighbors warn the family not to go into the woods ... Read more
By Rob Benvie
A howl into the void, a ghost story, and a bit of a metaphysical hellride.
A misanthropic ghostwriter roams an island off the Kenyan coast. An Arizona teenager awaits the next stage in a secretive covenant. A renowned poet retraces her past amid a baffling netherworld. An international ... Read more
By Caitlin Galway
It is 1955, and the three Fayette sisters have lived their whole lives in the enchanting French Quarter of New Orleans. Though neglected by their parents, they share a close bond with one another--from afternoons in their small, shared bedroom, to trying to speak with ghosts ... Read more
Children of the Bloodlands
By S.M. Beiko
Now in paperback!
“This action-packed Canadian animal fantasy trilogy is recommended for its unique mythology and diverse characters. ” — School Library Journal
Three months after the battle of Zabor, the five friends that came together to defeat her have been separated. ... Read more
By Melinda Vandenbeld Giles
Ever since anthropology PhD student Clara Lemont started researching the African-Brazilian religion of Odùn, her days and nights became filled with dreams of swirling figures of white, drum beats and yellow eyes haunting her in the darkness. When Clara travels to Brazil to ... Read more