Teens like them. They buy the movie tickets.
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Guess what, teens will like horror novels too. There it is. As an English teacher, I believe in letting students have some liberty in choosing what they wish to read.
I still run into the kids who have no desire to read. This is when I mention graphic novels. A blog for another day perhaps.
When students have difficulty deciding what they might like to read, I suggest horror titles. A quick story. I had a student who was a notorious troublemaker. He was smart. He read well, but he was caught up in the whole I need to be bad to be cool mindset. It came time to select a book to read. I was not his main English teacher. He was a fluent and thoughtful reader. Bitter : Goes straight down the comedic route as we see a group of lazy magic users attack each other with amusing results.
Basically Psycho with a dog replacing Norman Bates. Evil Voices Lie : We watch someone watching a poorly recorded tape of a willing abductee.
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