Good Ghouls Do
Good Ghouls Do
Good Ghouls Do
Julie Kenner
The USA Today bestselling author returns to Horror High-and so does teen vampire Beth Frasier. In The Good Ghoul's Guide to Getting Even, Julie Kenner introduced Beth Frasier, high school sweetheart-turned-bloodsucker. She's back-and not alone in her habit. Vampirism is catching on at Waterloo High, since the Master Vamp Beth thought she offed is still wandering the halls. Now, sun-shy Beth has a new survival plan. But finding the real Master is putting a lot pressure on a girl who wants two things out of life: one more chance to tan, and a boyfriend who doesn't bite back.

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  • Chick Lit
  • Fantasy
  • Fiction
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Would you be afraid if your boyfriend was going to kill you? Would you want to have nothing for food but blood? And do you think it would just be horrible not to be able to get a tan? If you would answer yes to these questions, be glad you're not Beth Frasier. She has to deal with all three of these situations, and that's the reason why she really doesn't want to be a vampire anymore. She thinks her boyfriend wants to kill her because she transformed him into a vampire, and the only way he can be human again is by killing her.

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