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Horror Book Shop
The Horror Shop - a place to browse through the books or gadgets reviewed on the Horror Literature Site. Stop by and stay awhile.
Horror Books for Children 9 & up
Getting children away from their video games and TV sets for an old-fashioned story hour can be a challenge. Find out their reading interest and get them hooked.
Horror Literature Newsletter Update
A newsletter designed to keep the subscriber up-to-date on the latest articles, books, and fun from the world of horror writing.
House by Peretti & Dekker – Book Review
Two couples, unknown to each other, both stranded on a deserted roadway, take shelter in The Wayside Inn along a gravel driveway off the beaten path. Rather standard fair for a horror novel. Read the review to find out more.
Lisey’s Story by Stephen King - Book Review
Everyone knows Stephen King as a horror writer. Reading Lisey's Story there is more than horror. This is an enduring love story. An odd, complicated relationship for sure. As well as a sweet and scary one.
May Bird by Jodi Lynn Anderson – YA Book Review
May Bird is a ten-year old girl with the spirit of a warrior who finds herself trapped in the land of the dead. Follow the adventures of May Bird and her cat Somber Kitty as they try to return to the land of the living.
Origins of the Werewolf
Specific origins of the werewolf legend are buried in history but there are stories and speculation that help us understand the superstitions and fears behind the folklore.
Pitch Green by Brothers Washburn Book Review
Pitch Green is a YA horror book written by The Brothers Washburn. The story begins on Halloween night with the neighborhood kids out trick-or-treating. The youngest of one group, Hughie, disappears near a deserted old mansion.
Pleasurable Fear – Horror Literature
Fine literary writing is often based on emotions. Fear is the greatest emotion of all and yet horror writers are looked down on when they bring fear to the table. But they continue to have untold numbers of fans. Maybe it's about time to re-examine the emotion of fear in literature.
Queen of the Damned – Anne Rice – Book Review
Most prolific readers know Anne Rice writes vampire novels. She’s been writing them for years and her titles are classics in the vampire genre. If you aren't already a fan, you might want to give her a try. You may become a fan yourself.
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