Stranger Things Series
Stranger Things books in order
If you think you know the truth behind Eleven’s mother, prepare to have your mind turned Upside Down in the first official Stranger Things novel—“the prequel story that fans have been waiting for” (Kirkus Reviews).
4 books in series
Travel back to 1969 and uncover the shocking government experiment that led to Eleven's existence in the first official Stranger Things novel. Quiet college student Terry Ives signs on as a test subject for project MKULTRA in Hawkins, Indiana, and discovers a conspiracy greater than she could have ever imagined. With the help of her fellow test subjects, including a young girl with superhuman powers, Terry will battle on the human mind battlefield against director Dr. Martin Brenner. Suspicious Minds is a dark and captivating story that will leave you hungry for more.
Darkness on the Edge of Town
"Unveiling Chief Jim Hopper's Mysterious Past" - In this prequel to the hit show Stranger Things, fans finally get a glimpse into the life of Hopper before he became Hawkins' police chief. As Eleven digs into his past during a Christmas in 1984, Hopper must confront his time as an NYPD detective in 1977 New York City - including an unsolved murder case that takes him deep into the city's criminal underworld. Get ready for a thrilling ride filled with danger, mystery, and surprises.
Explore the backstory of Max Mayfield, the beloved character from the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things, in this gripping and emotional prequel written by New York Times bestselling author Brenna Yovanoff. The novel delves into Max's past, both the good and the bad, and reveals how she found a sense of home in Hawkins, Indiana. A must-read for fans of the series.
"Rebel Robin" is a captivating coming-of-age story set in the '80s, featuring the backstory of the new Stranger Things fan favorite, Robin, played by Maya Hawke. Robin is a high school sophomore who feels like a misfit in the world. She's been hiding her true self and is convinced that the only way to learn who she really is, is by fleeing to Europe for a summer to experience real life. But how is she supposed to do that without money, permission, or anyone to share the adventure with? Follow Robin's journey of self-discovery peppered with Easter eggs that reference our favorite Stranger Things characters. The book is perfect for fans waiting for Season 4 to drop on Netflix, and anyone who loves a heartwarming story of self-acceptance.