Scream All Night

Scream All Night

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Dario Heyward knows one thing: He's never going back to Moldavia Studios, the iconic castle that served as the set, studio, and home to the cast and crew of dozens of cult classic B-horror movies. It's been three years since Dario's even seen the place, after getting legally emancipated from his father, the infamous director of Moldavia's creature features. But then Dario's brother invites him home to a mysterious ceremony involving his father and a tribute to his first film--The Curse of the Mummy's Tongue. Dario swears his homecoming will be a one-time visit. A way for him to get closure on his past--and reunite with Hayley, his first love and costar of Zombie Children of the Harvest Sun, a production fraught with real-life tragedy--and say good-bye for good. But the unthinkable happens--Dario gets sucked back into the twisted world of Moldavia and the horrors, both real and imagined, he's left there. With only months to rescue the sinking studio and everyone who has built their lives there, Dario must confront the demons of his past--and the uncertainties of his future. But can he escape the place that's haunted him his whole life?
Publisher: New York : Balzer + Bray, 2018
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780062665652
0062665650
Characteristics: 389 p. ; 22 cm

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Dario Heyward knows one thing: He's never going back to Moldavia Studios, the iconic castle that served as the set, studio, and home to the cast and crew of dozens of cult classic B-horror movies. It's been three years since Dario's even seen the place, after getting legally emancipated from his ... Read More »


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Aug 08, 2018

I really enjoyed this read because not only was it putting light on a dark issue via humour, it was still a really good book with an awesome plot and interesting characters. It was really funny and made me laugh a lot, but it also really opened my eyes to child abuse and how easy it is to cover things up and make it seem as though everything is alright. How easy it is to throw everything behind a curtain and put on a show of being okay, throughout the use of humour, matters like child abuse can be curtained when they should be brought into light to prevail justice upon. I would recommend it to ages 15-18.
- @SecretBlossom of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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