Tag: horror

NEED

WANT:  A desire to possess or do something. A wish. NEED:  Something required because it is essential. Something very important that you cannot live without. WHAT DO YOU NEED? We all need something that is just out of our reach. What if you received an email that gave you the opportunity to complete one simple task

Through the Woods

“This freaked my shit out.” – Patrick Rothfuss I mean…there’s really not much I can say when Patrick Rothfuss leaves THAT on Goodreads, right? Adult Booklr assigned Through the Woods for our Graphic Novel pick this month and as soon as I pulled it off the library’s hold shelf I knew it was going to be

Rosemary’s Baby

It has been a little while since I’ve read a book that really gives me the heebeejeebees, but Ira Levin sure sent shivers down my spine with Rosemary’s Baby. I knew this was going to be a creepy one, just based on the movie clips I’ve seen, but holy damn the suspense in this book is so

Something Wicked This Way Comes

I’ve touted my love of horror on this blog before:  Stephen King, Joe Hill, Thomas Harris. I did not expect to find it when I picked up Ray Bradbury, but I sure did. Something Wicked This Way Comes is old school horror at it’s finest. Set in quiet, classic little town, Bradbury’s novel is creepy from

Slept with the Lights On

I started IT yesterday and, like all Stephen King novels, it’s not what I expected. There’s been a hint of a clown…but just a small appearance. Still, it’s super creepy already and I’m loving it. I didn’t keep the lights on…but I sure had some weird dreams last night!! This is going to be a beast,

NOS4A2

HO-HO-HOoooooooooooooly shit! NOS4A2 is basically a Christmas Story from hell, that should only be read in October. Joe freaking Hill. Wow. This is another horror masterpiece. Guys, if you haven’t read his work yet, you NEED to get on it, right now. Especially during Halloween month. He does not mess around with his psychological thrillers.

Gave Me Chills

BookClubFiction is reading Joe Hill’s NOS4A2 this month, which I was super excited about because of how much I loved Horns. And this book is JUST as freaky, if not more so. I’m not going to give too much away, because I’m going to be doing the review in the next day or so, but holy shit,

The Shining

HOOOOLY Helloooo there. Long time no blog. I did warn you though! What I wild ride this one was! Note to self. Don’t read psychological horror while travelling. It can lead to some crazy stress dreams. I’m pretty sure my mom killed me at some point, and last night, I stalked a local baseball star
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