Sleepy Hollow just woke up.
The spine-tingling series has been re-released as eBooks. Get them. Get them now. You won't be sorry.
Book 1: Horseman
New to Sleepy Hollow, teens Aimee and Shane Lancaster find that upon their arrival an ancient curse has been unleashed upon the town, tracing back to a legend that might just be more truth than myth. Now an array of evil demons is after them, with the infamous headless horseman leading the pack.
Book 2: Drowned
Having stopped the horseman in his tracks - at least for now - Aimee and Shane must face the other evils tormenting Sleepy Hollow. An enchanting oak tree, cackling cornfield imps, and the greatest threat: naiads - the beautiful and deadly sirens that have infested the Hudson River, drowning their victims on dry land.
Book 3: Mischief
No one is safe in Sleepy Hollow.
Life in The Hollow isn't getting any easier for Aimee and Shane Lancaster, or for their friends. Still facing the fallout of the curse the siblings unknowingly triggered by moving to town, the group of teens continue to confront new demons and creatures at every turn. But keeping the danger at bay becomes even more challenging when tensions erupt between friends and a secret love is finally confessed. Will the group be able to work together when it matters most?
Book 4: Enemies
Shane and Aimee Lancaster are faced with the darkest horror yet in the fourth installment of The Hollow series. An enemy they once fought could be their only hope, but how can they trust someone so dangerous? Meanwhile, Aimee reels from the discovery of a deep betrayal by the two people she loves the most, but she must rally with the very people who hurt her to save their lives - along with the lives of everyone else in Sleepy Hollow.
My Review and Recommendations
I'm so excited that these books have been re-released. (Click through the links above or the slideshow widget at the bottom of this post to download the books!) As someone who enjoys the original story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving and who loves Christopher Golden's writing, I raced through these books. Sleepy Hollow High offers twists, turns, and things that go bump in the night. Small town, new folks, old grudges, family ties, legendary hauntings, running through the woods - check, check, and check!
I recommend this series to adults just as often as I recommend it to teens because I know people in their 20s and 30s who enjoyed books by Diane Hoh (Nightmare Hall, anyone?), Richie Tankersley Cusick, and R.L. Stine will also like Sleepy Hollow High.
I also look forward to seeing what Fringe creators Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci do with Washington Irving; they too are working on a new adaptation of the story of Sleepy Hollow for a television pilot now. If that pilot airs and goes to series, you bet I'll tune in...but I'll be wishing that Aimee and Shane Lancaster were part of the show, too!