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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780007442461
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Children's Books
  • Publication date: 9/28/2011

Meet the Author

Melissa Marr
Melissa Marr

Melissa Marr is the author of the New York Times bestseller Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange. She has a collection of weaknesses that includes tide pools, folklore, deserts, tattoos, and new experiences.

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  • Posted July 24, 2011

    Very Good Anthology -- I read them all!

    Here are the stories contained in this anthology which all take some form of a detour. I ran out of room, so some aren't complete!

    Giovanni's Farewell by Claudia Gray

    This will leave you wanting more: twins develop supernatural powers while in Rome and have an adventure.

    Scenic Route by Carrie Ryan

    You will be extremely familiar with the post apocalyptic world here if you have read Carrie's previous zombie books. This one is just as creepy and follows two sisters who are barricaded in a remote home and are found by brothers who get quite a surprise by the older sister.

    IV League by Margaret Stohl

    Southern Gothic moves to the Northeast as a vampire tries to attend Harvard with her "normal" friend.

    Red Run by Kami Garcia

    Seriously, seriously creepy. A girl is searching for her boyfriend and comes face to face with a ghost who is haunting Red Run Road. The story has a nice and unexpected twist when the ghost turns out to be something else.

    Things About Love by Jackson Pearce

    Something new! This is a nice little romance with a twist that is told from the point of view of a genie and the boy she is sent to protect. I adored this sweet story.

    Niederwald by Rachel Vincent

    Ahhh, yes! Sabine and Emma take a road trip from Soul Screamers. Sabine is one of my favorite characters and her bad attitude is almost put in the background in this story. A must read for fans of the series since a bit more about Kaylee is revealed.

    A Mortal Winter King by Melissa Marr

    Donia and Keenan take a vacation! They try to make it normal, but of course that doesn't work out when Donia tries to be human again. This left me wanting more.

    Facing Facts by Kelley Armstrong

    I haven't read the last book in the series with Chloe but this one brings out a bit more of Derek and explains what happens to Tori when she finds out what happened to her father.



    Let's Get This Undead Show on the Road by Sarah Rees Brennan

    ADORED this one! I am a huge fan so to read more words by Sarah Ress Brennan is a pleasure. This one follows a boy band with a vampire lead singer and the corrupt manager that treats him like a second class citizen.

    Bridge by Jeri Smith-Ready

    The first story I immediately turned to was Jeri Smith Ready's Bridge where Logan contacts his brother, who is deeply depressed and considering suicide since he feels responsible in part for Logan's death. The story is told in free verse which is amazing considering the effort it takes to contain a lot of thought in so few words. This is a must read for any Shade/Shift fan.

    Skin Contact by Kimberly Derting

    I haven't read this series yet, but the story was a nice start for me. I will have to go back and check this one out.


    Leaving by Ally Condie

    I liked this one as well. I haven't read anything by her before and this was a nice introduction.

    At the Late Night, Double Feature, Picture Show by Jessica Verday

    Anyone who can take girl scouts and make them into cannibals, a van full of cross dressing vampires and evil ghosts, well, that has my vote! This one is very humorous and amazingly action packed for a quick read. I want more!

    Gargouille by Mary E. Pearson

    A new type of love story for me in which gargoyles are the main feature. This is a very sweet story about a girl gargoyle who find love.

    The Third Kind by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

    Jess' sister Krissy needs to follow her impulses even if that means

    14 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 22, 2012

    Highly recommend

    I originly got this book because Kelley Armstrong had a story in it. I love Kelley Armstrong. I was also looking for some new authors I may enjoy and I did. One or two of the stories I didn't care for but enjoyed it none the less. I'm glad I bought it because after the first few stories I was hooked. I was left wanting more. I highly recommended for anyone looking for a paranormal thriller! :)

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 6, 2012

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    An emotional journey any fan of paranormal YA shouldn't miss.

    Every story in Enthralled, as the summary states, takes the characters and readers on a journey of some kind. Whether it's a journey of survival, love, hope, forgiveness, or any number of other things; every story, some more than others, will leave it's mark. I really enjoyed reading the stories like "Niederwald" by Rachel Vincent and "Facing Facts" by Kelley Armstrong that return to the worlds of their bestselling series. We get to see what happens with our favorite (or least favorite) characters outside of the main plot. There are a few of the stories that left more of an impact on me than others. Sarah Rees Brennan's "Let's Get This Undead Show on the Road" shows that even those you're not close to at first can become family once all the barriers are removed. Jeri Smith-Ready's "Bridge" shows us the healing power of forgiveness. Ally Condie's "Leaving" shows that even one person who's willing to reach out to you can change everything. And Mary E. Pearson's "Gargouille" shows that nothing can stand in the way of love. These four stories stayed with me even as I went on to read the next story. With moments of happiness, sadness, anger, guilt, heartbreak, and loneliness, this anthology is an emotional journey any fan of paranormal YA shouldn't miss out on.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 22, 2011

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    Gothic, Gargoylish and Glamorous~Entralling Anthology

    This is a charmingly packaged Anthology published by Harper Collins. Whom, it must be said, is just outstanding in its choices of YA literature and authors. The cover of this (and most of Harper's books) is wonderful and appropriate for the content. What I like about it is the nod to the sophistication of the young adult reader. There's no scared little girl looking out at us here!


    I've perused the book like a bandit. Absolutely love the feel of paper they've used which reminds me of the old (maybe still used) paper of the short story mystery anthologies I used to get, small packaged as magazines. Somehow, it makes me feel like this is a secret book I can hide and read in bed like a Halloween precursor; which it is in fact. Just love it for my bedside table this Fall.


    After having read a couple of stories, my favorite is "Gargouille" by Mary E. Pearson. I wasn't familiar with Ms Pearson's books or writing, so decided to try her story for that reason alone. This is a wonderful story! I enjoyed it from the first sentence. Mary's descriptions are fascinating and made me smile with the anticipation I've always had when reading a fairytale. I love her French names and hinted connections in the story. Great writing and a really good short story. This one makes me certain I'll be going out to find one of her novels to read very soon.

    I want to recommend "Enthralled" to everyone who reads and enjoys YA fiction. Great with a coffee mocha before sleep...

    Deborah/TheBookishDame

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2013

    Very dark and Interesting

    This was a very great story and I enjoye the storyline because of what happened to them affter they said that they dinot believe in ghosts. Kami Garcia did a wonderful job and her books are very good and the film of Beautiful Creatures and the four novels and her new novel The Unbreakable (I think that's what it is called) is aboit to be a major motion picture as well as Beautiful Creatures. In one word superb.

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  • Posted April 1, 2013

    Very dark. I'm an adult reader who reads &quo

    Very dark.

    I'm an adult reader who reads "teen fiction" from time to time, particularly when one of my favorite adult genre authors writes it. I bought this anthology because I'm a big fan of Kelley Armstrong's adult Otherworld series. I was excited to see Rachel Caine had contributed a story since I enjoyed her adult Weather Warden series as well. And what a beautiful cover. I love the composition and the colors. But what's inside the covers is very very dark. Much darker than the adult fiction I usually read. I read one story each night before bed and had to take several nights off and read something else cause it was so depressing!!! They stories are very well written. It takes real talent to make your heart drop in horror, I actually physically cringed in pain for the characters a few times, like you could feel your heart ripped out by the tragedy along with the characters. And not just stupid overblown hormones drama, real tragedy. I scared to death of what the sequel anthology Shards and Ashes with its darker title and more desolate cover art will hold. Let's be honest I'll probably still purchase it. My compulsion to complete my collection is just too strong but it'll be a while. I need to recover from the darkness in this one first.

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  • Posted August 28, 2012

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    I thought all the stories but 1 was excellent. It's hard to get

    I thought all the stories but 1 was excellent. It's hard to get involved
    and interested in short stories, but these authors did it! Even though
    they were short stories, it had a beginning, middle, and ending. After
    reading each one I felt satisfied, where normally I'm left with
    "what the hell". I haven't read most of the authors from
    these stories, but I definitely will now.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2012

    Awsome book!

    Psychics, amgels, genies, gargoyles join fairies and vampires. Very intriguing, loved reading this book it kept me guessing throughout the whole book. It's suspensful, romantic, and HILARIOUS! And it has almost all my favorite authors. I TRULY recommend reading this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2012

    Awesome!!!!!!

    This book has so many of my favorite authors and others that are capturing my attention. I serioisly recommand this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 26, 2011

    GREAT READ

    I really enjoyed all of these stories. All of them kept my interest and the variety was great!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2011

    Highly recommend

    Unlike some anthologies, I found all of the stories entertaining and gave me an opportunity to check out some other authors that I will definitely read in the future.

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  • Posted September 17, 2011

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    I am sure will not miss this. Love those authors, love their writing.

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