More Books For Halloween

More Books For Halloween

A stack of books for Halloween!

I’ve already blogged about the books I picked to read this Halloween, which I’m currently working my way through, but what about the creepy, scary and eerie books that I might not get to this year? I thought I’d feature some of the books on my TBR that I’ve acquired since previous Books For Halloween and My Halloween Reads posts, for anyone looking to pick a book up today!

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Carrie by Stephen King
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
Witch Wars by Sibéal Pounder & Laura Ellen Anderson
The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge
The Old Nurse’s Story by Elizabeth Gaskell
Goth Girl and the Wuthering Fright by Chris Riddell
Rooms by Lauren Oliver
Bad Bones by Graham Marks
Flesh and Blood by Simon Cheshire

Have you read any of these?

8 thoughts on “More Books For Halloween

  1. Hi, great selection of books. I’ve read the #redeye books just done a post up on my blog with all my Halloween themed things including reviews of all the #redeye books, my favourites were Frozen Charlotte and Dark Room.

  2. There are some really great books here, and I love your blog! I have a similar blog, where I review books, and would love if you could follow? or ask your followers to follow my blog? its bookspablog.wordpress.com thankyou <3

  3. the cover of The Lie Tree is absolutely wonderful, Thanks for the tips!

  4. This is a great selection of books and I’m sad to say I’ve not read any of them. Based on the cover I’d say The Lie Tree is the one sticks out the most so I’ll definitely be checking that out.

  5. Hi there, those books sound great. I also do a book blog, mine specializes in horror books in particular so you may check out my blog if you want to see something similar. Thank You prettybooks, I love your posts

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