The occult is a very real influence for today's youth--and the world is only too eager to exploit their curiosity about the supernatural. Tyndale and Bill Myers, cocreator of McGee and Me!, counteract the deceptions presented by immensely popular titles with an innovative approach to juvenile fiction--the Forbidden Doors series. Insightful and straightforward, each volume tackles spiritual warfare by presenting biblical truths through realistic situations and characters.
#8 The Undead--"There are no such things as vampires" --Z
Becka Williams believes that. Or, she wants to. But there are some pretty strange things happening--things that even Z, their mysterious Internet friend, can't seem to explain. Z has sent Becka and her boyfriend, Ryan, to Transylvania to help Jaimie Baylor, a young actress starring in a horror movie. Although she can't explain why, Jaimie is being stalked--and attacked. By someone who comes out only at night--someone who wears a black cloak--someone who has fangs and turns into a bat when he's cornered! It's up to Becka and Ryan to figure out who--or what--is after Jaimie.
And, in the process, avoid becoming victims themselves!
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Review: The Undead (Forbidden Doors #8)User Review - Peytyn - Goodreads
Good series, but a little dark. Probably not for younger kids. Read full review
Review: The Undead (Forbidden Doors #8)User Review - 10-11 Hannah - Goodreads
Are vampires real or are they some kind of hoax? You decide. Do you think you are being stalked by a vampire....... Read full review