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Grabbing Life by the Horns

Student Spooky Stories

Student Spooky Stories

Four students shared some scary stories fitting for the Halloween season.

“The Cellar” by Natasha Preston

This book genuinely gave me nightmares and made me scared to walk alone at night.”

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– Alice Graham (11)


“Asylum” by Madeline Roux and “Took” by Mary Downing Hahn

I really like the suspense within these books and how they really immerse someone in an easy-to-follow and memorable way.”

-Sophia Bourque (11)

“1984” by George Orwell

“1984 is a very comprehensive novel that envisions the conventions of the future, as a consequence of technological advancements. Currently living in the modern world, the depictions showcased by [the] novel, can be seen to share a coincidence with our current society such as AI. In the book, although explicitly not stated as AI, Orwell uses terms such as Telescreen which relates to the algorithms and uses of AI in our world today.”

-Sushaant Harish (11)

The Sisters Grimm Series by Michael Buckley

“I really liked how it was a part of a fantasy land, and I really like true crime. So, this series combined both within a single book cover. That reminds me, I should go read the books, it’s been a while.”

-Savannah Bennett (11)

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Nuha Maflahi
Nuha Maflahi, Reporter
Nuha Maflahi is a junior at Granada High School and has been writing for the Pomegranate since the 2022-2023 school year. She is in the Livermore colour guard and is the treasurer of the TUPE (Tobacco Use Prevention Education) club. She also loves theatre, books, and listening to music.
Justine Stokes
Justine Stokes, Podcaster, Reporter
Justine Stokes is part of the Granada High School class of 2025 and this year is her first year writing for The Pomegranate. She is a member of the Creative Services Club, Women in Business Club, GHS Kids Against Hunger, and Future Medical Professionals Club at Granada. She enjoys writing books and plays, as well as acting, singing, dancing, playing musical instruments, and doing community service. Justine loves to learn new things and help others, which is what she hopes to do through her writing for The Pomegranate.

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