“[A] propulsive horror yarn. . . . Fright fans will be plenty satisfied with the homicidal happenings.”–Booklist
“Here is a new look at zombies that is less terrifying and more romantic and knowledgeable (on the zombie’s part). The gore is still present for zombie lovers, just not by the bucket load. There is romance for those who want it, and it is not very steamy for those who don’t. This book has the reader always re-evaluating the other side so it keeps one wondering about the possibilities. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and believe it has something for everyone to enjoy.”—Sacramento Book Review
“I really enjoyed this story. The interactions between the characters were well written and fun and there is a twist to the story that I found very interesting. I would defiantly recommend The Cellar to anyone over the age of 13. Any younger than that and it may be too graphic.’’—You Gotta Read Reviews Blog
Meredith Willis is suspicious of Adrien, the new guy next door. When she dares to sneak a look into the windows of his house, she sees something in the cellar that makes her believe that Adrien might be more than just a creep—he may be an actual monster.
But her sister, Heather, doesn’t share Meredith’s repulsion. Heather believes Adrien is the only guy who really understands her. In fact, she may be falling in love with him. When Adrien and Heather are cast as the leads in the school production of Romeo and Juliet, to Heather, it feels like fate. To Meredith, it feels like a bad omen. But if she tries to tear the couple apart, she could end up in the last place she’d ever want to be: the cellar. Can Meredith convince her sister that she’s dating the living dead before it’s too late for both of them?