5 Gory Horror Books For Your Spooktober Reading List

Halloween’s my favorite holiday, but this year it looks like it’s going to be a little . . . different. But that doesn’t mean it has to be disappointing!

Here are 5 books to add to your Spooktober reading list if you’re looking for a little gore with your horror!

This YA book is SO good. It has heart. It has horror. It has carnage.

This YA book reads just like a slasher flick!
This adult horror brings some serious ick factor.
This YA book takes a weird turn, but it’s still good and delivers some gruesome scenes!
I haven’t read this author in years, but if you’re looking for seriously sick, he’s your man.

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Atmospheric Horror Books

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5 Atmospheric Horror Books For Your Spooktober Reading List

Halloween’s my favorite holiday, but this year it looks like it’s going to be a little . . . different. But that doesn’t mean it has to be disappointing!

Here are 5 books to add to your Spooktober reading list if you’re looking for a creepy, atmospheric escape!

The book that got me back into reading ghost stories! This one delivers all the chills, thrills!
I couldn’t put this one down! There’s a lot going on here, and it gets wrapped up in a neat, creepy package.
Creepy house? Check. Vulnerable female lead? Check. Something wicked afoot? Check.
Slow burning gothic horror that culminates in a chilling climax!
This one goes off on an odd tangent, and I wasn’t the biggest fan, but there’s no denying the eerie atmosphere in this one!

Check out more ghoulish reading recommendations:

Fun YA Horror Books

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5 Fun YA Books For Your Spooktober Reading List

Halloween’s my favorite holiday, but this year it looks like it’s going to be a little . . . different. But that doesn’t mean it has to be disappointing!

Here are 5 books to add to your Spooktober reading list if you’re looking for a fun escape!

And Then There Were None but with teenagers. At a house party. On a remote island. Need I say more?
Yes, same author as above, but good is good, and this book is . . . awesome! What would make a reality TV show about prisoners in jail forced to fight for their lives against eccentric assassins better? If the prisoners were teenagers, of course.
I don’t know how anybody who’s read this series who hasn’t loved it. A dual mystery, hidden passages, secret tunnels, a kidnapping, a game and a murderer. If you haven’t read this one, you’re missing out!
Clue. If that doesn’t say enough, I’m afraid I don’t have the words.
A girl gets sucked down a sink hole into an underground cavern. But is she down there alone? Yikes! This one made my toes curl!

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