Spooky Books I’ve Heard Great Things About

Look at me, getting into the Halloween spirit! I’m not the biggest fan of Halloween, the parties and even trick-or-treating is really over simulating for me, but I’ve noticed that I like to enjoy it from afar. I love all the memes and how excited everybody gets over it! So today I decided list some spooky books I’ve heard amazing things about. I don’t read scary books too often, but a few that I have read and loved will probably make an appearance!

One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McManus


Ooooh, a murder mystery. I’ve been warming up to these kinds of books and I’ve heard such great things about this one. I’ve been itching to read this one and it will probably be how I celebrate Halloween!Image result for divider for blog

Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand


I’ve heard from so many people that this book is legitimately scary and I am ready to be ready to see what spooky things this books holds!

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The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagieh


I read this one awhile ago and while I didn’t love it, it is pretty decent on the spookiness factor. I would describe it as a found footage horror movie in book form.

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172 Hours On The Moon by Johan Harstad and Tara F. Chace (Translator)


I adored this one. It’s creepy, terrifying, and it has a splash of sci-fi!

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Shutter by Courtney Alameda


I actually have no idea what this one is about besides that it involves camera, ghosts, and a curse? But, I have heard that this one is really good and very spooky.

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I would love more recommendations for scary/spooky/creepy books! I have to be in the right mindset for them, but I usually end up enjoying myself.

Thank you for reading!

3 thoughts on “Spooky Books I’ve Heard Great Things About

  1. I keep seeing Sawkill Girls around lately and I’m very intrigued! But it’ll probably terrify me if I read it😂


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