Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday


Today  The Broke and the Bookish asks the question: What are your Top Ten Books to read during Halloween?

I've only ever had one book that actually scared me so I seriously doubt I'll be able to come up with ten books but I'll do my best.

This one scared the crap out of me! Not the vampires, but the suspense. *shudders*

This is the first Odd book, and I specifically chose it for several freaky scenes that are sure to disturb and scare you.

I'm reading this one at the moment and besides being a King book, and freaky, it actually takes place around Halloween! How perfect is that?

K, I haven't read this one but I hear good things and how freaky is that cover. I think we can safely say this is a good Halloween read.

It's been so long since I read this one but it was very suspenseful.

A cliche, perhaps, but very creepy.

Another typical choice but a classic. Am I right?

Well, that's about all I can think of...Sigh. What are you're favorite Halloween reads?

11 comments:

  1. Those are some good and creepy books! Dracula is my favorite Halloween read.

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  2. Gah I keep meaning to read Odd Thomas cause I've heard you talk about it a couple of times on your blog! Really need to pick up a copy once I get through my current books waiting to be read!

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  3. Sometime, I'd like to read those classic scary books (LOVE Frankenstein), but more recent horror is so not my thing. The Replacement is quite creepy.

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  4. I haven't read any of the books on your list yet. Surprise, surprise, I know. ;) But, The Replacement did make my list. And, I was trying to think of some of the classics, but they all escaped my mind. Oops. But, yes, now that I see them on your list, I'd love to read them around Halloween.

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  5. Yack! I totally can't handle anything creepy whatsoever and these are all REALLY scary!

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  6. Awesome pile! I added many on my list, and some I thought of, but that didn't make my list. I think I could have gone on and one with this particular one! Totally forgot about Odd though. :(

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  7. Great choices! It's been ages since I read Frankestein or Jekyll and Hyde...will have to re-read those now that I'm older and wiser. (Well, older, anyway.)

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  8. Yikes, just the cover of The Replacement makes me shudder.

    I'm kind of on the fence about Jekyll and Hyde. It dragged a lot, which is difficult, considering it's a short story. It picked up nicely at the end, though.

    Thanks for commenting over on my blog, I love seeing what other people think!

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  9. Trish, I know, it's a good one.

    Dana, He's definitely good at writing creepy books.

    Natalie, I hope you pick it up one day. It's amazing!

    Melissa, I like both, though, I rarely get scared of books.

    Jenni, I almost forgot the classics too. Silly me.

    iwriteinbooks, I can handle them cause they don't bug me that bad, but I've never read a REALLY scary one, so who knows.

    Suey, I forgot some good ones. Oh well.

    BJ, I know, I need to re-read some of these too.

    couchpotatocritic, It's been so long since I read Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde that I can't even say. I remember it being pretty suspenseful, though.

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  10. Halloween is just not a great time for me to be reading. The books are way too scary. I am steering clear of Stephen King at this time of year!

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