Monday (Mini #BookReview ) Madness

This week I read:

This book had a good premise, developed the characters well and created a solid group dynamic. It delivered the creeps and the scares, and if you want to know how, just read the name. I enjoyed the story, but doubt I’ll be reading more in the series.
This book is SO good! It has heart. It has horror. It has carnage. It’s both haunting and about a haunting. 😉 Stellar plot, creative and imaginative, and while it’s an old trope, it felt new. It’s the first book I’ve read in a while where I thought both, “Yay! There’s a sequel!” and, “Must read sequel immediately!” I’ll be very happy if the next book delivers as much as this one did.

I just started:

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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.

Check out more ghoulish reading recommendations:

Fun YA Horror Books

Atmospheric Horror Books

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