Horror

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In style, story content, and characterization, Dracula’s Child is truly the sequel to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, succeeding where other, more famous attempts

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“Editor Melissa Edmundson has produced a valuable collection for scholars and curious readers alike.”

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“Lovegrove has taken familiar characters from a much-loved story and created an intriguing maze with twists and turns and dead ends that all culminate in a surprise ending.”

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“A supernatural thriller that promises much at the outset but ultimately fails in its execution.”

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“Suspenseful, filled with evocative writing capturing the reader’s empathy for the characters, The Night Will Find Us takes our fear of that which lurks in the dark and transfers i

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“Using her remarkable, literary voice to investigate the psychological experiences of victims, Oates requires that we willingly suspend our disbelief and reject realism as a means to identi

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“The Living Dead is the ultimate tribute to a remarkable career. For George A. Romero, that’s a wrap.

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“An unseen entity will test the defensive power of maternal love to its utmost. . .

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The Patient is a narrative of slowly building horror that will grip the reader with a continuous set of shivers.”

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“Although the multiple first-person points of view (written in different print fonts) can at times be distracting, Sager has laid out an exciting story that is hard to put down.”

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“Issued as a paperback original, Love & Other Crimes is a perfect match for summer’s relaxing moments, whether they are long ones on vacation or short breathers between home-ba

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This is the authors’ third book taking place in a fictional community in America called Night Vale, where ghosts, angels, aliens, and government conspiracies are adroitly brought to life.

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Quantic holds the pacing taut and sustains the tension for 270 pages before finally revealing the truth.

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“a shadowy fairy tale, in which two lovers, of which one, unfortunately, is dead, live in an enchanted house inhabited with wondrously quirky beings.”

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“Relying on atmosphere and suggestion rather than grimdark, author Darcy Coates offers a display of suspense and encroaching terror in the Folcroft Ghosts.”

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“These Southern Stepford wives will match Scarlett O’Hara for sheer determination and surpass Buffy the Vampire Slayer with their courage, while giving the reader an unexpected ironic chuck

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The Wise Friend suggests more than shows.

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“This is top rate action/adventure horror with the right amount of humanity to keep the reader’s attention from cover to cover.”

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Welcome to Night Vale is a twice-monthly podcast that purports to be a local public radio broadcast from the cosmically disturbed town of Night Vale, located somewhere in the desert, somew

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Nicnevin and the Bloody Queen is a well-drawn graphic novel, but its story is rushed and chock full of clichés.”

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The Chill would’ve made a great disaster movie back when that genre of motion picture was popular.”

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“no matter how cruel an individual may be, there could always be one person who loves them.”

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“Evil is all around us. You’ve taken my defenses from me and forced me to let it in. Now you’ll see where it lives inside each of you.”

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“a description of life among the disenfranchised”

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Sherlock Holmes, the most famous fictional detective in the English language, once quipped that, “No ghosts need apply” when it comes to solving a seemingly unsolvable case.

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