The official website for the Caster Chronicles has all the news you could ever want about two teenage lovebirds. But be careful of spoiler alerts!
Want to know more about the Beautiful brain? Head over to Margaret Stohl's blog. We'll wait here for you to come back.
She's more than just half of the Beautiful Creatures dream team. Find out more about what Kami Garcia is up to from her own personal blog.
Castergirls.com is the go-to fansite for everything Beautiful.
But hey, delayed gratification never killed anyone.
Learn more about the real Battle of Honey Hill and the name that elicits snickers from students everywhere: Colonel Colcock.
Ethan's ancestor fought in the Battle of Wilderness. Turns out it's a real thing, and now you can check out how it went down.
The name of Ethan's high school might sound familiar. Read the biography of the Confederate general after whom Ethan's high school was named. We wish we had that kind of nickname. Any suggestions?
Books are like movies in your head. So why not give them trailers?
"Sixteen Moons" comes to (creepy) life in this music video. Is this how you imagined it would sound?
Check out these free podcasts of author interviews and the song "Sixteen Moons," in both "moody" and "rock" flavors. That's kind of how we'd describe Lena: moody rock.
The song that Ethan is singing in 9.14, by "that Georgian songwriter [his] mom loved" (9.14.80), was written by Johnny Mercer, who also wrote "Moon River." Listen to it here.
What do you think—does Jack O'Connell match your vision of Ethan?
Alice Englert better invest in some green contacts.
Lena uses Charles Bukowski's epitaph as her motto. See it for yourself. It's a cute little thing… for a grave. Thanks, findagrave.com!
Here's the French cover of Beautiful Creatures. Translated to English, the title there is Sixteen Moons. Which do you like better?