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Let the right one in


Being a teen can be a miserable experience. Poor young Oskar also faces the torture of being constantly bullied. And Eli, well, she’s a lonely vampire. Meeting on a cold playground, these two gloomy kids form a sweet bond and, eventually, a spectacular revenge. This phenomenal story, written by John Ajvide Lindqvist, inspired the much less-poignant American film, Let Me In, and a stage show in London’s West End.

Laura (Staff) (Queen's Square Library)