The Best Horror Books of Are Too Scary for Your Own GoodAnother year is ending. The days grow shorter; the nights, darker. The weird noises two streets over are a little quieter, and a little weirder, when muffled by the snow. With these black nights comes the harvest of the best dark fiction of the year. The past 12 months was an interesting time for horror, especially for experiments in form: two established masters sank their teeth into new veins of the genre, we shuddered at an absolutely brutal novel written entirely in a single running monologue, fictional oral histories explored terror from every angle, and even the oldest tricks in the blackest of books were given new life. Submitted for your approval: the best horror books we read this year. Add to Bag.
Best Horror Books of 2018
The Five Best Horror Books Of 2018–2019
This story was written in collaboration with Forbes Finds. Featured products are independently selected and linked to for your convenience. If you buy something using a link on this page, Forbes may receive a small share of that sale. These five books all came out within the past year or two, and while you are free to keep reading the all-time greats from years or decades past, you might want to give some of these fresh ones a look. Read Now. At this point you have all heard of the famed, doomed Donner Party , which resorted to cannibalism on their trek out west, and here, Alma Katsu brilliantly reimagines the real-life saga in The Hunger, a new book fictionalizing the original, horrifying story—and making it into an even more terrifying tale. It has one of the most memorable protagonists who will stay with you for a long while.
The 13 Most Chilling Horror Books of 2018
There's never a bad time of year to read a creepy classic, and that includes the winter holiday season! Here are some of the horror books coming out in December that we are most looking forward to checking out here at Den of Geek Have you joined the Den of Geek Book Club? You should! In a little village nestled in the Balou mountains, fourteen-year-old Li Niannian and his parents run a funeral parlor. One evening, he notices a strange occurrence. Li Niannian watches, mystified.
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