…in five books. A while back I was browsing the web and stumbled across a series of books. All in which continue the malevolent adventures of Freddy Krueger. Below is a list of the books and synopsis.
A Nightmare on Elm Street: Suffer the Children
When six volunteers test an anti-insomnia drug, they get much more than they bargained fire when they are thrust into the dream realm–a playground for the bastard son of a hundred maniacs. A novel by David Bishop
A Nightmare on Elm Street: Dreamspawn
With the residents of Elm Street sleeping soundly at night, dream stalker Freddy Krueger gets to work with a passion doing what he does best-hunting his prey in the twisted world of their nightmares. The teenagers of Elm Street soon learn that I’d they die in their dreams, they’ll never wake up! A novel by Christa Faust.
A Nightmare on Elm Street: Protege
(This one is one of my favorites of the series.)
Freddy yearns for the pitter patter of tiny feet–but will his new young protege be content with being only second best? Find out in the novel by Tim Waggoner.
A Nightmare on Elm Street: Perchance to Dream
(You’ll be excited to hear that this story continues the tale of a previous survivor from the movies.)
One night, all the residents of Elm Street stop dreaming. A psychiatrist is called in to investigate the problem, only to discover the strange phenomena coincided with the escape of a young mental patient. As the case is explored further, it becomes apparent that the boy can influence and even stop the dreams of others. Without dreams Freddy is powerless. But will he stand by and let him get away with this? Find out in Natasha Rhodes novel: Perchance to Dream.
A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Dream Dealers
(I’m currently reading this book and so far so good.)
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Now you can record dreams! Experience the sensations of another person’s mind! You can enjoy their sweetest dreams or thrill at their worst nightmares. Did someone say “nightmares”? Freddy Krueger, the twisted Dream Demon, has found himself a whole new digital playground. The ultimate accessory has just become a vessel for the evil Krueger to spread like a virus. Will he be stopped or will the horror of Freddy go global? Find out in the last installment of our classic slasher in the novel by Jeffrey Thomas.
(If you’re looking to continue the legend of Elm Street these are a must have. There is no real order to the books so feel free to start at any point.)
“See you in your dreams!”
(I’ll also be posting more about hidden treasures I’ve found. Please stay tuned.)