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This Friday's Question:
Spooktacular Reads: Which books do you consider festive Halloween reads? Which stories have chilled you to the bone?
Goodness, there are so many books out there that are both festive Halloween reads AND ones that will chill you to the bone. Below are a few that I have either read firsthand or have heard about and believe they are great spooktacular reads.
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
After reading so many reviews on this one, I'm definitely certain it would make for the perfect Halloween read on a stormy night with a blanket wrapped around you. Or maybe not on a stormy night? Or maybe not at night at all?
The Monstrumologist Series by Rick Yancey
Doesn't that cover just scream creepy? Also, how can you go wrong with a scientist who bases his theories of science off the possibility that creatures that go bump in the night, namely monsters, are supposed to exist? The first book was especially creepy, and you can view my review here.
Bewere the Night edited by Ekaterina Sedia
This book even warns you (in a pun) on the cover about going out at night. What can be more frightening than something that can disguise him or herself as human while hiding something far more powerful and more frightening inside? I haven't read this one yet, but I definitely intend to.
What books do you find perfect for Halloween?