Spooky Books for Halloween
Costume parties, horror movies, trick or treating, and spooky books! Halloween is here and it’s time to sit down with a scary new book.
Oubliette: A Forgotten Little Place
Number one on our list is Oubliette: A Forgotten Little Place. You’re going to want to make sure you keep the lights on while reading this book, it’s scary to the max. Two sisters travel to France to renovate an ancient castle, but what they don’t realize is that the castle has a dark and twisted history that they are about to experience in the worst way.
The Engine Woman’s Light
A thrilling read and steampunk adventure. Ghosts and lost souls are crying out to a young lady because she is the key to the past and the only hope for future salvation. Her choices will make the difference between hundreds of people being tortured to death or being saved. Put on that steampunk Halloween costume and read The Engine Woman’s Light.
Red Witch: The Tale of Ingrid Redstone
A spooky and thought-provoking story sure to get you in the mood for Halloween; Red Witch: The Tale of Ingrid Redstone. What happens when a mortal woman falls in love with the God of Death himself? Can a romance made in Hell survive or will someone have to pay the ultimate price? Red Witch is a mix of noir fantasy and horror – a must read this Halloween.
XX v XY: The Final World War
The fear of the unknown, something that creeps into our nightmares and riddles us with worry. Nothing is scarier than a bleak future. XX v XY tells a story of what our future could become should women lose their voice. With a madman as president, young girls are physically and mentally tortured until they are transformed into his ideal of beauty. No one is safe in the society where men and women both take drastic measures to gain control.
Mary Shelley Presents: The Old Nurse’s Story
Frankenstein is a classic read for Halloween, but this year mix it up and instead read Mary Shelly Presents: The Old Nurse’s Story. This horror comic adaptation is a terrifying tale of evil and remorse. Written by Elizabeth Gaskell, the story is set in the Victorian era and follows a young girl forced to live in a spooky old mansion after the tragic death of her parents. With hauntingly beautiful artwork, you’ll be spooked by the turn of every page.
Does the thought of disappearing into oblivion keep you up at night? Leaving all you friends and family without a trace, never to be seen or heard from again? In Journeyman, Matt Miller is plucked from his life and finds himself living in a world he has only read about in history books. Desperation sets in as he realizes he is stranded and alone. Journeyman is a stimulatingly spooky story great for Halloween.
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