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A love letter to Stephan Graham Jones' THE ONLY GOOD INDIANS, and a testament to how a single book can open a world to a whole genre.
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From undead boyfriends to bloodthirsty cheerleaders, these spooky YA novels will have you looking back on your high school days differently.
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