What’s everybody reading?

I’m planning on running out and getting the new Stephen King collection, “[amazon_link id=”1439192561″ target=”_blank” ]Full Dark, No Stars[/amazon_link].”  I’m sure it will be pleasing to the palate, as I love all S. K. story collections.  I recently picked up Neil Gaiman’s “[amazon_link id=”0060530944″ target=”_blank” ]The Graveyard Book[/amazon_link],” and am enjoying it so far.  Also highly recommended is the entire “[amazon_link id=”1582406197″ target=”_blank” ]The Walking Dead[/amazon_link],” graphic series, which I recently devoured, no pun intended!  What is everyone else reading for horror these days (besides the latest issue of Dark Moon Digest of course!), that you’d recommend?  Just curious.

4 thoughts on “What’s everybody reading?”

  1. Maybe its because I just dig the name, but the Araminta Spookie series by Angie Sage is pretty fun. It’s geared at 6 to 9 year olds, but it’s a pleasantly Addams Family esque jaunt through a childhood story, replete with a pair of ghost, a vampiric relative, a haunted house, and bats.

  2. I just finished “The Graveyard Book” and enjoyed it. Just started reading the first Sookie Stackhouse book and so far, so good. And last week I sat down and read “A Christmas Carol” again. I had forgotten just how good of a writer Dickens really is.

  3. As far as recent horror reads, The Reapers are the Angels by Alden Bell was an excellent book. Picture Faulkner writing a post apocalyptic zombie novel. I’m also reading through the Jim Thompson catalogue again.

  4. I know this is an older post but will put my input in anyway and see what happens. I really love the work of Robert McCammon and am currently rereading his book Stinger. This book was amazing the first time I read it and gave me the shivers thinking of mechanical beasts crawling through the floor of my house. Was a great read.

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