Teen Phantom (Hardcover)
High School Horror
Feiwel & Friends, 9781250058768, 288pp.
Publication Date: June 30, 2026
The final book in the High School Horror series is a creepy, atmospheric, contemporary reimagining of The Phantom of the Opera, complete with all the drama of a high school theater department.
Lena has always preferred to stay safely in the shadows and out of the spotlight, but now, dealing with the loss of her friend Marcy and faced with her father's new girlfriend, she feels like she's on the verge of disappearing completely. Then Chris shows up. Chris, who actually notices Lena and confides in her. Sure that she has finally found the friend she's been searching for, Lena resolves that this time, nothing is going to take him away from her.
Teen Phantom, Chandler Baker's third twisted retelling of a familiar tale, is once again set in the town of Hollow Pines, Texas, where high school is truly horrifying.
About the Author
Chandler Baker grew up in Florida, went to college in Pennsylvania, and studied law in Texas, where she now lives with her family and an ever-growing pile of books. Although she loves spinning tales with a touch of horror, she is a much bigger scaredy-cat than her stories would lead you to believe. In addition to the High School Horror series, Chandler is the author of the young adult novel, Alive.
Chandler Baker lives in Austin with her husband and toddler where she also works as a corporate attorney. She is the author of five young adult novels. Whisper Network is her adult debut.
Praise For Teen Phantom: High School Horror…
Praise for Teen Hyde:
"Improves on the solid scares of Teen Frankenstein, making this new and topical for any teen collection." —Booklist
Praise for Teen Frankenstein:
"A healthy dose of atmospheric horror." —Publishers Weekly
"This offers some scares as well as a strangely compelling protagonist. Recommend to fans of Shelley’s original and teens ready for more intrigue than R. L. Stine’s Fear Street series has to offer." —Booklist
"There's a lot of humor—especially in Adam's not-too-successful attempts at imitating teen behavior. Tor is a prickly, unintentionally abrasive character whom some readers will find downright refreshing." —Kirkus Reviews