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God knows that I love all the scary things in this world! Give me a horror movie and I'll watch it, possibly even by myself. Give me a book that you think is scary and you might be disappointed in my reaction. It's true, it takes a lot to really freak me out and make me feel a bit on edge, but all these books did the trick. Sure maybe that didn't have me sleeping with the lights on or crying in the corner of a room, but they were unsettling enough to end up on this list!
"Coraline" by Neil Gaiman: This book is just the right kinds of creepy and the lesson is great for kids of all ages!
"Nameless" by Lili St. Crow: Vampires and Snow White come together in this novel and it works perfectly!
"Sanctum" by Sarah Fine: It takes place in the Suicide City and it's scary as all get out, but so good as well!
"Splintered" by A.G. Howard: Let me just say this: Wonderland has never looked this creepy before!
"The Cure for Dreaming" by Cat Winters: The visuals in this book are haunting and perfect and it's also Historical Fiction!
"The Clockwork Scarab" by Colleen Gleason: It's the sister of Bram Stoker and the niece of Sherlock Holmes, what more do you want?
"The Forest of Hands and Teeth" by Carrie Ryan: Talk about freaky zombies. They actually call them The Unconsecrated if that helps...
"The Historian" by Elizabeth Kostova: It takes the Dracula legend to a whole new level, and the ending is one that will always stay with me.
"The Diviners" by Libba Bray: It's one of her most unsettling books to date and I can't wait for the next one in the series!
"The Naturals" by Jennifer Lynn Barnes: Have ever been in the head of a serial killer? Well, here's your chance.
Well there's my list! What's on yours? I wanna know. Leave your link below or tell me in the comments!