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Scream Site
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Scream Site

Sabrina Sebastian's goal in life is to be an investigative reporter. For her first big story, she researches a popular website called Scream Site, where people post scary videos and compete for the most "screams." While Sabrina's friends and her sister, Faith, talk nonstop about the creepy viral videos, Sabrina just hopes that covering this trend will get her the internship she's wishing for. But as she digs into the truth behind the website, she begins to suspect that these aren't only aspiring actors and videographers at work. Some clips seem a little too real. And when Faith goes missing, Sabrina must race against time to save her sister from becoming the next video "star."

Reading LevelGrades 7-10
Interest LevelGrades 7-12
Lexile Level820L
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
PublisherCapstone Editions
BrandCapstone Editions
Page Dimensions5 1/2" x 8 1/4"
Page Count264
School/Library Price



School Library Journal - Pamela Thompson, Col. John O. Ensor Middle School, El Paso, TX

"...recommended only for middle schoolers who have graduated from “Goosebumps” but are not quite ready for gory horror." - School Library Journal

June 1, 2018

Books Between, MG Book Village - Corrina Allen

"…If you have strong readers in 6th grade and up – this would be a great book for kids who like mysteries and kids who are drawn to internet rumors and hoaxes and those paranormal YouTube videos." - Books Between, MG Book Village

August 13, 2018

Booklist - Enishia Davenport

"STARRED REVIEW! Ireland serves up a creepy, fun, edge-of-your-seat, story. . . .Ireland offers upper middle-grade readers hungering for relatable horror stories an excellent, whirlwind ride. Its protagonist is diverse, as are the world and secondary characters that comprise the book. Furthermore, the fascinating premise is relevant to today’s YouTube-centric culture. . . .this book will be a treasured read for any young horror lover." - Booklist

July 1, 2018


Kirkus Reviews

"Ireland (Dread Nation, 2018, etc.) maintains a steady pace of reveals as suspicion is cast on Evelyn's crush, an English teacher, and possibly even Sabrina's own uncle. Horror fans may be disappointed that homage is paid to the genre without any real terror, but they will appreciate the jump scares, the untimely blackouts, and the frustration when Sabrina's older sister, Faith, innocently decides that she wants to try to post some horror videos, too. . . .This mystery shines as a foray into modern investigative journalism." - Kirkus Reviews

June 1, 2018

Booklist Online, On My Radar: Scary Stories for Middle-Graders

"Readers on the cusp of YA will devour this book about a viral-video site that comes under investigation when its supposedly fictional horror films are revealed to be real. Bum-bum-bummmm!" - Booklist Online, On My Radar: Scary Stories for Middle-Graders

September 19, 2018

TeenReads/The Book Report Network - Janine Chouinard

"Ireland’s SCREAM SITE will capture the attention of teens looking for a compelling mystery that is entertaining, realistic and not too scary. . . .Readers will savor Ireland’s creepy descriptions of the danger Sabrina faces as she ventures deeper into the mystery. In all, young fans of thrillers will find SCREAM SITE a satisfying read for the end of summer." - TeenReads/The Book Report Network

September 4, 2018

Justina Ireland

Justina Ireland

Justina Ireland lives with her husband, kid, and dog in Pennsylvania. She is the author of both full-length books and short fiction and considers words to be her best friends. You can visit her at her website:

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