Top Ten Tuesday
Top Ten Books for Halloween
Hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
The Alfred Hitchcock pop-up book - perfect if you don't have time to watch all of his movies.
I was not expecting a scary book when I picked this one up. I was expecting fantasy. This one is creepy, though. The way the murders are described is scary.
Lois Duncan is the queen of teen horror fiction. Locked in Time was my favorite, I think. They were all good, but this one is creative and different from all the other horror books. It stuck with me more than her others.
White Crow was creepy in a realistic way. The new friend - I wouldn't have put up with her. I couldn't believe the ending. Right when you think you have it figured out, BAM! Surprise.
Anna Dressed in Blood - it started off completely terrifying, then calmed down a lot. But I can't think of a better book for Halloween. Look at the cover, for goodness sake.
This one is good for the EW! factor. Some of these people died in truly disgusting ways. I have never been so happy to live in this century. It's also incredibly interesting.
Ghostopolis is not terrifying. It was fun-scary. It's a quick read, because it's a graphic novel.
You can't go wrong with a good Sookie Stackhouse novel!