Tag Archives: Horror

The Turn of the Screw

—3— I’ve been delving into more “classics” of late, due to the fantastic collection of public domain work on archive.org.  Books here are free to read, and audiobooks are free to listen to.  And I’m finding listening to these stories … Continue reading

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American Fantastic Tales: Terror and the Uncanny from Poe to the Pulps

—4— Halloween is my favorite holiday to read for.  Granted, there are not that many other holidays that lend themselves to seasonal stories, except Christmas.  But who wants heartwarming Christmas stories when you can read blood-curdling Halloween stories?!  For reals. … Continue reading

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Neverland

—4— And now for a true HORROR novel for a fine October day… On Georgia’s coast, in an area that is the antithesis of beautiful, young Beau Jackson arrives with his parents, sisters, and little brother to visit their grandmother. … Continue reading

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Blood and Ice

—3.5— On a hot summer day picking up Blood and Ice by Robert Masello may make you thankful for the heat.  Set in Antarctica, this science fiction/horror thriller chills the reader in more way than one.  Two stories ultimately converge … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon

—3.5— The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon was my third Stephen King, the first being The Tommyknockers in late middle school or early high school, and the second being The Stand about a year ago.  And while I never found it particularly eerie, like … Continue reading

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