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Although Halloween isn't huge in Australia, or Europe, I still love the whole spooky vibe that happens in the month of October. As I had a bit of a zombie fest last week, my list this week is pretty much Zombie-free.
Dark Inside (Dark Inside #1) by Jeyn Roberts - I finished reading this one the night before I scheduled this post - a-m-a-z-i-n-g. And oh-so-creepy.
High Moor by Graeme Reynolds - My first ever werewolf read, and it's absolutely terrifying.
Swan Song by Robert R. McCammon - Yep, here is is again. You know I love this one, right?
The Passage (The Passage #1) by Justin Cronin - Probably not a book you can read in one night, but it's deliciously creepy.
I Am Legend by Richard Matheson - If you've seen the movie, but haven't read the book, Halloween is the perfect opportunity - it's haunting and far more psychological than the movie.
Prodigal Son (Dead Koontz's Frankenstein #1) by Dean Koontz - I loved this series on Audio - Frankenstein re-imagined? Can it get any spookier?
Trapped (Afraid #2) by Jack Kilborn - one of my favourite 'Old School' horror writers, no one pushes the boundaries quite like Jack Kilborn, aka J.A. Konrath
Horns by Joe Hill - He's the son of Stephen King, but he has a creepy writing style all of his own. Imagine if you woke up with Horns!
Meat by Joseph D'Lacey - Horror with a message? I really liked this one on audio, I loved it even more in print.
Anna Dressed in Blood (Anna #1) by Kendare Blake - definitely my favourite spooky YA read of 2012.
What are your favourite Halloween reads?