Much like any other town in America, it had shops, restaurants, small family homes, and, of course, schools. So normal was the appearance of the town that it was actually quite forgettable. Every year countless travelers passed through without giving it so much as a second thought, utterly unaware that there was anything extraordinary or unique about the place. But, of course, had anyone stopped for a closer inspection, it would have become readily apparent that the town of Salem catered to a rather specific clientele—monsters!

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Ghoulfriends Forever is the first book in the Ghoulfriends series by Gitty Daneshvari. It was released on September 05, after its announcement was the subject of the Freaky Fab 13 update of August.

Nami , the new Deputy of Disaster at Monster High. Chapter Two In stark contrast to Ms. Nami, Mr. He is a man with low self-esteem and not even the pride to hide it. One by one, he assigns the students their form rooms, heavily sighing in between. Vampire twin sisters Rose and Blanche Van Sangre get to share a room, though they note that they dislike having to sleep in the same spot for long. Pumpkin heads Marvin, James, and Sam also get to share a room, while Three-Headed Freddie, on account of having three heads that all talk in their sleep, gets a room alone.

Cy Clops and Henry Hunchback are another duo to share a room, while Hoodude Voodoo gets a room on his own so he has space for his shrine in honor of Frankie Stein. Looking around, Rochelle sees only one girl, Venus, who smiles at her. Chapter Three Venus and Rochelle assess their dorm room together.

Rochelle likes how it looks, but Venus immediately finds eco-unfriendly faults everywhere, though she accepts she has to live with most of them. She introduces Rochelle to her pet plant, Chewlian , warning her to watch his teeth because he has trouble separating food from friend, while Rochelle introduces her to her perpetually happy pet gargoyle-griffin, Roux.

Their conversation is cut short as their missing roommate comes barrelling in, both physically and verbally. Venus reminds her they have yet to introduce, shocking Robecca out of her stream-of-consciousness. She apologizes and acquaints herself with the other two, noting that time is her big weakness. Curious to test this, Rochelle and Venus have her watch the clock for when they have to leave for the assembly in the vampitheater while they continue discussing how to optimize the room for their stay.

Chapter Four While searching through the corridors for any sort of hint where the vampitheater is located, the trio encounters a grotesque troll who stares at them menacingly and questions what they are doing in the halls. They explain they are looking for the vampitheater and ask for directions.

After a moment of intent staring, the troll points them in the right direction, but promises he will eat them next time he sees them loitering. The girls are horrified, but have the assembly to worry about. Bloodgood, who has been hit by lightning during summer and has a case of Muddled-Mind Syndrome, has trouble getting through her speech, but gets the necessary help from Nami to properly welcome the students to a new school year and hand the microphone to Frankie Stein and Draculaura for the next part of the assembly.

Fourth and final to say a piece are Cleo and Deuce , who relay the schedule for the Dance of the Delightfully Dead at the Skelemoanian at the end of the semester. Venus, Rochelle, and Robecca are delighted to find they share classes, but have a problem when none of them knows where their first class, Ghoulish Literature, is held. Fortunately, Frankie and Ghoulia walk by as the vampitheater empties and they helpfully point them in the direction of the libury.

Clamdestine , is both odd and theatrical. Quickly exhausted, the students use the roll call that follows to check one another. Rochelle finds herself drawn to Deuce and his beautiful green eyes and has to forcibly remind herself that he has a girlfriend, Cleo, and she has a boyfriend, Garrott. Meanwhile, Venus is taking note of Cleo for entirely different reasons, namely the irksome amount of shopping bags she has with her. Unwilling to let it slide, she calls out to the mummy to tell her to take a reusable shopping bag with her to stores next time.

Cleo does not respond well to the new student telling her what to do and it escalates into Venus using her pollens of persuasion on Cleo.

Everyone is shocked when Cleo suddenly starts to thank Venus and announces her design ideas for a reusable bag, but Clamdestine knows what happened.

Though he let the two girls argue because of their repsective passionate performances, he cannot condone Venus using her pollens to get her way. Before Venus can get anything coherent out of him, he runs off. He asks the students if they know what Burnwidth Serum turns into when heated to one hundred degrees Fahrenheit.

Only Cy knows it turns into a zombification serum for cold-blood creatures, which pleases Hackington and establishes Cy as one of the smart kids among his peers. Mad Science is followed by Home Ick and Home Ick is followed by Physical Deaducation, in which the students unwind from their first few hours sitting still. Robecca is an instant favorite of the team due to her ability to fly and fetch lost teammates, but the excitement distracts her badly enough for her not to notice when Physical Deaducation is over.

She remains in the maze for hours before she realizes her error and rushes back to the hallways, where she bumps into Frankie and Clawdeen.

She begs them to tell her the time, because she lost her iCoffin, but instead of them, Cy, who shows up behind her, gives her the time: 5pm. He also gives her Captain Penny , whom Robecca had left behind in the maze. Robecca is grateful, but embarrassed.

Frankie and Clawdeen take the moment to ask her if she and her roommates would like to join the Frightingale Society, a sort of sorority. Chapter Seven At lunch the next day, the creepateria abuzz with talk about Sylphia Flapper, who has become a very popular presence at the school.

Venus and Robecca have their mind on another staff member though, courtesy of Rochelle. Because he stays that way even after Nami has left, Rochelle gets up to talk with him. But as it is merely a guideline and not a solid rule, Rochelle does not care and manages to convince him to give her a chance. Chapter Eight That night, as the entire dormitory prepares for sleep, Venus tells Rochelle and Robecca about the peculiar troll she was sent off with after Ghoulish Literature and what appears to be a cryptic warning.

Not knowing what to do with it, the girls go to sleep, only to be awakened early the next morning by Robecca. Of course, she does not show up and even misses the morning assembly. Her attention flows elsewhere when she spots Deuce trip on a troll and she rushes to his aid.

It only takes a little longer of tacky flirting before Venus pulls her away, embarrassed on behalf of her friend. Rochelle is not pleased, but with Home Ick in only a few minutes starting a fight is pointless. Chapter Nine On the way to Home Ick, the two girls spot Flapper going from student to student to whisper something in their ears. Suddenly, Flapper comes for Rochelle.

After bumping into Cy for the umpteenth time, Robecca joins her friends and the three walk on to Home Ick. The teacher, Ms. Kindergrubber , has the students make Crispy Tongue Soup. Cy has trouble concentrating because he is seated directly behind Robecca, but he manages.

Three-Headed Freddie produces the best soup. After class, the pumpkin heads pass out flyers for MALL, but are unable to provide clarity what the club does. The suit looks terrible. After some searching in the Maul , they find her inside the Coffin Bean. Flapper spots the girls instantly and welcomes them hopefully.

The three quickly pass by her to Frankie, promising Flapper to consider the invitation at a later date. Happy, the three return to Monster High, where they stop at the post room. Venus has letters from her younger brothers, but Rochelle has nothing.

Frankie and Clawdeen join them in a moment and both Rochelle and her friends are deeply impressed with the green suit with silver stitches. Chapter Eleven During Ghoulish Literature, Clamdestine, now also behaving peculiarly, announces some changes to the syllabus to promote more monster-positivity. He does not hide it is Flapper who convinced him of this change. Rochelle practically floats after him, barely coming to her senses to actually listen when he starts talking.

The reply makes Deuce laugh, making Rochelle feel light in her head all the way back to her dorm room, where she is in for a difficult surprise. A DeadEx delivery man is standing at the entrance of the dormitory with a package and Rochelle has no doubts about the sender or receiver.

She signs for the package and rushes to the common room with it. Instead of opening it, she lays it down and starts crying. Tears keep flowing until Venus arrives, hears the story, and rips open the large envelope. When Rochelle reacts with confusion, she elaborates that the poem proves that Garrott is not perfect, so neither does she have to be perfect. Testing her, Venus threatens to throw the poem away, but Rochelle demands it back as anticipated.

With the poem in hand, Rochelle remembers lesser sides of Garrott, like his aggression towards pigeons who mistake him for a statue. It makes her feel better about her own faults. She makes up a weak excuse to follow him, not sure what to expect. Away from prying eyes and ears, the red-nosed troll takes his time to be clearer, revealing that Flapper is not a dragon whisperer but a monster whisperer and that MALL is part of her scheme to get mind control over everyone.

He is the only troll still free from her influence and Venus and her friends are among the few students who have yet escaped her. She had meant to cheer her pet up, but instead, she lost him again.

He explains that he fancies her, at first for her looks, but as the school environment became weird, he wanted to make sure she was safe. Puzzled, Robecca asks what possibly could happen at school. Cy relays an observation he recently made while walking into the dungeon while MALL was using it for a meeting. Instead of happy chatting, there was eerie whispering. She rushes to her dorm room to speak with Robecca and Venus, who have their own stories to share from a few days ago.

Deciding that something needs to be done, they first consider going to Headmistress Bloodgood, but drop that tactic because of her case of Muddled-Mind Syndrome. The second option is to get Nami involved, who may be rude but gets things done. This is the course taken and the trio make their way to the graveyard, where Nami ostensively should be looking into a case of unauthorized gardening.

It is not Nami they find, however, but Flapper and Deuce. Flapper immediately gives chase and the three start running across the courtyard until they are stopped by a troll.

Through it all, they do find Nami and beg her to believe and help him. Nami, rude but not unreasonable, hesitates not a moment to believe and to act, advising the girls to return to the safety of their dorm room for the time being. It is Cy, who has no clue who to turn to anymore but for the trio. He responds to the news that Nami is dealing with Flapper with severe doubt, worried that none of them know what exactly they are up against.


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