What are the best horror books?

  1. #1
    AM
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Aanya Mukopadhyay
    "Dracula is such a classic and an excellent read! If you are into horror books and also classics then I highly recommend this one."
  2. #2
    EV
    Written on January 15, 2017
    Edward Vasquez
    "Waaaaw, love this book! And the movie is coming! In love with Stephen King's books and movies! They are the best!"
  3. #3
    EM
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Eugene Mendoza
    "The Exorcist is a scary book that i just couldn't put down. It really sucks you in and chills you with it's storyline."
  1. #4
    DM
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Dennis McCoy
    "The horror genre has a huge selection of classic novels. There are older examples like Mary Shelley's Frankenstein or Bram Stoker's Dracula, but among the more recent examples is Stephen King's The Shining. Most people are more familiar with the film version, but the book is even better and much, much scarier!"
  2. #5
    EJ
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Eric Jordan
    "I have been through my fair share of horror books but one that really sticks out for me would have to be Frankenstein. It's just a classic and it has so much good stuff in there. There is no way you would hate it. I would recommend you check it out. It's a very good read."
  3. #6
    SH
    Written on June 26, 2017
    Sara Harvey
    "Vintage King. Character development is so complete it gives this reader the feeling he is part of the story. A helpless voyeur, unable to do anything else but observe (almost like the character in "Autopsy: Room Four" from his collection, "Nightmares & Dreamscapes). Carrie's story is not only engaging, it is compelling and powerful. A young woman, possessed with unimaginable power in one of the most vulnerable times of a woman's life, struggles with the things in her life that makes her different. Her fragile ego is constantly being stressed by the ridicule she must endure and all the hateful things done to her. The story could not have ended better, though, of course, bittersweet on an incredibly horrible scale. (Incidentally, the movie with Sissy Spaceck and John Travolta is really quite good, and does not harm, whatsoever, to the book.) Of course I'd recommend buying this if you are looking for best horror and thriller books."
  4. #7
    GK
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Gerald Knight
    "So I was looking for the best horror books of all time and I found out about an author named Dan Simmons, I liked the work he had so I bought Carrion Comfort. I loved the book, I read it all in one sitting and now I can't sleep."
  5. #8
    BB
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Bryan Butler
    "The text link and solution button are identical as they both show an Amazon purchase page for this book 4 book forms, kindle, library bound, paperback, and mass paperback."
  6. #9
    JW
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Justin Woods
    "I don't know if I would call this a horror book as much as a disturbing thriller. I prefer more overt Stephen King or House of Leaves psychological horror."
  7. #10
    DS
    Written on January 22, 2017
    Diane Stevens
    "This novel scared me so much when I was a kid! I remember reading it, huddled under the covers in my bed, with a flashlight and the lights off. Some parts are very disturbing, in a fascinating and entertaining way, that doesn't let you put it down."
  8. #11
    DD
    Written on April 9, 2017
    Dennis Davidson
    "Great book and a welcome change from the sparkly pretty boy vampires that are all the rage today.No one is going to be making out with these blood suckers. This book is both refreshingly new and wonderfully old fashioned. Just make sure you read it with the lights on!"
  9. #12
    AP
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Alexander Patel
    "I enjoyed the original version of this story and I think it was Stephan King's best work to date, or at least close to the top. This is a great story to tell concerning the demise of mankind at their own doing where a line is drawn between good and evil. This story being offered in the kindle version is a good idea as it brings exposure to a greater audience with the ease of convenience."
  10. #13
    EE
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Eva Espinosa
    "Ghost Story is a book that will definitely scare the crap out of you. I really enjoyed reading this horror book. If you're too scared read it around others and during the day."
  11. #14
    LV
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Luis Venegas
    "I find Stephen King to be one of the best horror and thriller books author we have, and "Misery" is no exception. As another one of his horrifying and entertaining masterpieces, it will sure keep the readers at the edge of their seats."
  12. #15
    SJ
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Sai Jain
    "The Japanese are much better than Americans at analyzing internal feelings of existential dread. Murakami understands real horror, not the silly American nonsense."
  13. #16
    VH
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Virginia Hawkins
    "Cujo is one of the very best books Stephen King has written, which is saying something. It's one that has aged well and still ranks among the best horror books of all time."
  14. #17
    PW
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Phillip Walsh
    "The Best of H. P. Lovecraft: Bloodcurdling Tales of Horror and the Macabre it's a great book of the genre Horror. It's very well written, and will give you shivers for sure. If you like the genre, then you should really give a read to this one!"
  15. #18
    JC
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Jennifer Coleman
    "Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales and Poems povides hours of entertainment. Theres alot of depth and can easily kill some time."
  16. #19
    JP
    Written on September 29, 2017
    Jane Peterson
    "I truly enjoyed this story. The settings and dark tone are very different from what you might expect in this genre. I enjoyed the link between worlds and how she finds her destiny."
  17. #20
    HH
    Written on February 12, 2018
    Howard Holmes
    "I'm not a fan of Steven King books, and this book helped me remember why. There's not much substance, it's simply pulp and gore. The characters are kind of flat and the random relgious epiphanies don't add much to the story."
  18. #21
    AG
    Written on February 6, 2018
    Angela Gomez
    "This book is about as classically horror as you can get—it's arguably one of the first, after all. It's not today's kind of horror, but the creepy, psychological aspects are nonetheless chilling and you won't want to put it down until you get to the end."
  19. #22
    TG
    Written on February 15, 2018
    Tony Guo
    "I am not a big Horror fan but this paperback has excellent reviews. Hardcover is way too expensive at $64, paperback or kindle very reasonable under $10. Works for the fan of this genre just not for me."
  20. #23
    PN
    Written on February 8, 2018
    Patrick Nelson
    "This book is interesting to read, I found it making my heart race at times, while also having a few moments of calm, and then suspense following. I have recommended this to family who enjoy a good horror book."
  21. #24
    KR
    Written on February 27, 2018
    Kelly Robinson
    "If you are into horror books. this is a top seller in its category. Highly recommended! especially revolving around Halloween!"
  22. #25
    TH
    Written on February 18, 2018
    Tammy Henry
    "This definately kept my attention and spooky. This sequel is better than the original. I expect it will be a show soon. I will tell the kids when I go camping about this. It will be a ball to watch their faces."
  23. #26
    EF
    Written on February 10, 2018
    Edison Fan
    "This a wonderful horror novel. A Night in the Lonesome October follows Jack the RIpper's dog around as he gets into something new and wild every night. It's very imaginative and a good read."
  24. #27
    ES
    Written on February 10, 2018
    Elizabeth Simpson
    "While this isn't what I think most would be looking for (I feel like that would be more like standalone books, not based off of a tv show), I think that for anyone that's a fan of Supernatural like myself, this is a GREAT read."
  25. #28
    EM
    Written on February 12, 2018
    Emily Ma
    "Supernatural: Witch's Canyon has to be one of the best horror books that I have read in a long time. This book kept me on the edge of my seat for hours at a time! I was sad that I had to finish it though I plan to re-read it down the road."
  26. #29
    EJ
    Written on February 18, 2018
    Eric Jordan
    "My little brother has always loved horror books. I wanted to get him one of the best horror books out right now and the store manager suggested I get him Supernatural: Bone Key. After reading it my brother told me that it was one of his new favorite books that he's read."
  27. #30
    JW
    Written on March 10, 2018
    Justin Woods
    "If you enjoy the Supernatural television series then I think this novel offers a pretty exciting side story to fans. It offers a more in depth look at the characters that we've seen in the show for many seasons now and you'll enjoy the ride the whole way through. I finished this book within a day or so, it's certainly a great read!"
  28. #31
    AC
    Written on April 6, 2018
    Austin Cole
    "A really scary horror book is Supernatural: Coyote's Kiss which is based on the hit T.V. show Supernatural. It delves into some spooky supernatural stuff that gave me the chills."
  29. #32
    TW
    Written on March 6, 2018
    Tiffany Wan
    "This is a book based on T.V. show. it is scary but captivating. it is based on a series of murders. it makes a good read"
  30. #33
    PW
    Written on March 10, 2018
    Phillip Walsh
    "I love the show supernatural, I didn't know they had books, I stumbled across them while browsing amazon. I decided to purchase Supernatural: Night Terror to check it out. Reading tie-in books based on TV or movies is always hit-or-miss, depending on the author's understanding and interpretation of the characters and settings; however, in this case, reading the story was just like watching an extended episode of the show. The portrayals were very close to the Winchester boys' characters, and it was very easy to let my mind's eye create the visuals while reading this story."
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    JF
    Written on March 5, 2018
    Johnny Foster
    "The main problem I have with this comment is that the Topic title isn't capitalized. I like how the "solution" goes directly to an Amazon product, even though I wouldn't use this personally. I also have trouble believing that this this is one of the "best" horror books when there are so many others out there. The book is about as scary as a squeaky door, so this did not solve my problem."
  32. #35
    AX
    Written on March 2, 2018
    Allen Xie
    "There are mostly positive reviews with almost no negative ones. I found this book to be very scary and I became scared at the right times throughout the story. I would recommend this story to people who enjoy horror books."
  33. #36
    SC
    Written on March 1, 2018
    Stephen Collins
    "This ghost story is very entertaining. It gives a sense of fear without being overly graphic and is even good for children!"
  34. #37
    JJ
    Written on March 15, 2018
    Joe James
    "Houdini Heart is a terrific supernatural horror book. I personally loved it. It has become one of my favorite horror books in my collection. I recommend it to anyone who wants to try a horror genre book and any horror genre fan."
  35. #38
    RT
    Written on April 8, 2018
    Ruth Taylor
    "This book had me on the edge of my seat. I read it alone in my house at night, and that was a mistake! Great book."
  36. #39
    SW
    Written on March 17, 2018
    Samuel Wade
    "Gave me nightmares! You know you've read a good horror book when you're scared to go into any room at night without the light already being on."
  37. #40
    PV
    Written on March 19, 2018
    Parakram Verma
    "I love Stephen King's works, and I definitely loved his collection "The Bazaar of Bad Dreams", so I bought it for me as a self-birthday-gift. There are 20 horror stories that will make you hold your breath till you discover how they will end: a true masterpiece from the king of horror!"
  38. #41
    AR
    Written on March 8, 2018
    Arthur Reyes
    "The best horror book is The Hellbound Heart by Clive Barker. For fans of the genre this book is a journey into the twisted mind of a man searching for pleasure and pain from beyond. It is a frightening story that will leave readers exhausted and shocked."
  39. #42
    RR
    Written on March 8, 2018
    Ryan Rose
    "This looks like it would be immediately forgotten or forever cherished. It looks like a big risk as one would lose what time they invested finding out, but who knows. Probably those who gave it a shot."
  40. #43
    JH
    Written on April 9, 2018
    Jack Hunt
    "by far not the best"
  41. #44
    DR
    Written on March 14, 2018
    Daniel Reid
    "If you love horror you'll love The Codex. I was hooked from the beginning of this demon hunting tale. You won't believe the ending. I still get goosebumps just thinking about it!!!"
  42. #45
    TD
    Written on March 19, 2018
    Tony Dai
    "The book does meet the topic. However this would not be a book that would be interesting to me. It still has a good story, but not my fortay."
  43. #46
    CR
    Written on March 25, 2018
    Charles Ramos
    "Succubus is a fantasy horror novel, that follows Adam, a man who gives in to temptation. Demons pull and tug at humans in order to tempt them to do things that they may not normally do. It's a rather interesting story and is a great one to add to the library."
  44. #47
    JP
    Written on March 20, 2018
    Jason Peterson
    "The Fear Street Saga is one of my daughter’s favorite book series’, and she really enjoyed reading all 3 of them. I highly recommend it to other youngish kids (or their parents who want to get them a wholesome present). It’s short (about 200 pages), scary, fun and interesting, which is everything you can ask for in a kids’ novel. It’s the same author as wrote Goosebumps, so if you’re not sure, get your kid one of those books and ask if they want more. If they say yes, this is the full-length version :)"
  45. #48
    RV
    Written on March 22, 2018
    Ralph Valdez
    "I was traveling a lot over the past few years and I wanted to make sure I spend time in the afternoon with my 12 year old daughter. I was looking for something exciting and frightening to share with her while she reads to herself at night. I found this scary book called "Halloween Party (Fear Street)" which is a very well written horror novel by R.L. Stine that allows children to use their imagination and experience while exploring supernatural adventures. My daughter absolutely loves the story. Thank you Halloween Party (Fear Street)!!"
  46. #49
    HL
    Written on March 20, 2018
    Harry Lin
    "I read these books as a teenager, so I would have to think that they are just as good, if not better. Would I go back and read them, sure I would give it a shot. I have a feeling that it would be geared more towards teenagers rather than adults."
  47. #50
    JH
    Written on March 15, 2018
    Judith Hamilton
    "I love horror movies and books so I enjoyed this book very much. The writing is quite good and the plot keeps you engaged. There are some good plot twists as well to keep you guessing. I bought this for my daughter to read and I always read them first to make sure they are age appropriate and this was. I was pleased overall with the story and the writing. Is it the best? No but the stories are fun and engaging."
  48. #51
    DC
    Written on March 18, 2018
    Diana Chavez
    "I have read many R.L Stine books and this is one of his best! The twist at the end got me and now I can't wait for him to write his next book. Don't hesitate, read this book NOW!"
  49. #52
    LF
    Written on March 21, 2018
    Larry Fuller
    "While this is a great series with lots of awesome and scary stories this isn't what I would consider the best horror books. Something like Stephen King would be much scarier than all of these books combined."
  50. #53
    MK
    Written on March 15, 2018
    Melissa Kennedy
    "I used to read rl stine books. This book takes me back to my childhood. I would read this book based on the fact I loved rl stine as a kid"
  51. #54
    SO
    Written on March 27, 2018
    Sara Owens
    "This is a somewhat large collection of Lovecraft's stories, 21 in total, in one gorgeous volume. Some of the classics are included, as well as some of his lesser-known stories. There are a few that are rare gems, and I've never seen them in print anywhere else, which makes this a must-have for any Lovecraft fan."
  52. #55
    J
    Written on March 21, 2018
    José Juan Ayala
    "This one is not for me, I am not a fan of horror. That said, I am certain many horror fans would love the book either in hardcover at $32, paperback at $27, or for those that prefer to read on the kindle version its a bargain at $3."
  53. #56
    ES
    Written on April 1, 2018
    Eric Santos
    "Great book, you can read this all night and not be bored. Highly recommend it."
  54. #57
    JD
    Written on March 31, 2018
    Juan Dean
    "I am not a horror fan, so this book was not my favorite. However, if you are a horror fan, then "That Which Should Not Be" is a book you should good. It's not necessarily very original, but if you are a fan and familiar with Brett Talley's work, you will not be disappointed. With great imagry, smooth dialoge, and a smooth flow to it, horror fans will enjoy this."
  55. #58
    GO
    Written on March 28, 2018
    Guadalupe Olvera
    "A decent option, I'm sure. Well known author, but this book does not have the rave reviews that would lead me to call it a "best" of anything."
  56. #59
    DB
    Written on April 7, 2018
    Diya Bhatnagar
    "This is a great read. A university team heads to Antarctica on a research expedition and they end up encountering some really old strange fossils. I don’t want to give too much away but if you like other Lovecraft novels you will like this. It definitely gave me the spooks when I was reading it alone late at night!"
  57. #60
    DP
    Written on March 31, 2018
    Doris Patel
    "A very scary book that most people should read because if you like horror and scary moments then this is for you!"
  58. #61
    CP
    Written on March 28, 2018
    Christian Price
    "The Abominations Of Nephren-Ka & Three More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos is one of the best horror books that i've read. It will keep you in the edge of your seats and give you nightmares."
  59. #62
    TR
    Written on April 5, 2018
    Tammy Romero
    "I found that this is more of an exotic, imaginative fantasy. A bit of a sci-fi fantasy horror, so to speak. It is a bit slow at times and a bit hard to keep up with, but I did find it to be an interesting read."
  60. #63
    LP
    Written on April 3, 2018
    Lawrence Palmer
    "There's always a risk in buying story collections as there's always just one or two winners packed along with endless filler, and this one is no different. Most of the stories in here are awkwardly written and less scary and more incomprehensible. Pretty sure the horror was supposed to be what was written about as opposed to the writing style itself. Still a couple of the stories really stand out."
  61. #64
    CR
    Written on March 29, 2018
    Christian Rodriguez
    "I got this monitor too.."
  62. #65
    RF
    Written on March 26, 2018
    Randy Fowler
    "This is more erotica than horror but it definitely has a horror theme to it."
  63. #66
    MB
    Written on April 6, 2018
    Marie Barrett
    "Lovecraft will always be the king of horror!"
  64. #67
    CG
    Written on April 6, 2018
    Christine Griffin
    "One of the best books I've read in a long time! I could not put it down, even when it was late at night and I was a little nervous being home alone. I love horror, suspense and thrillers so these stories were right up my alley!"
  65. #68
    AC
    Written on April 8, 2018
    Aanya Chatterjee
    "This books looks very scary and creepy. You would want to read it with the lights on and not at bedtime. This is like Stephen King books!"
  66. #69
    TC
    Written on April 5, 2018
    Tiffany Campbell
    "Nightscape is a great horror novel by David Morrell for any horror enthusiast. It's actually a collection of stories rather than one individual storyline, which makes for a very interesting and page-turning read."
  67. #70
    SC
    Written on April 4, 2018
    Sandra Cole
    "What happens when fiction and reality blend together to create monsters from your nightmares? The Book of Lost Things deals with grief, imagination, horror, and - most importantly - growing up. The characters are the real shining stars of this book and you'll grow to love them, hate them, and want to read more of them!"
  68. #71
    NS
    Written on March 31, 2018
    Navya Singhal
    "When the novel opens, we are introduced to Dwight, the sixteen-year-old narrator of the story (or maybe he's seventeen -- the fact that I can't remember is a clear indicator of how much of an impression this book made on me), and his pals, the slightly overweight Rusty and tom-boy Slim. It becomes evident early on that Dwight has the hots for Slim, but he isn't confident enough to do anything about it. Based on his thoughts early on in the story, you can imagine he spends quite a bit of his time masturbating or taking cold showers, but I'll come back to this."
  69. #72
    DH
    Written on April 4, 2018
    Donna Harris
    "It was not what I was expecting. The story line seems to get jumbled in the middle. A very unusual display of work from this author."
  70. #73
    JG
    Written on April 10, 2018
    Jacob Gray
    "So me, I read books before bed to relax and get ready to sleep, not to scare the hell out of me and give me nightmares. But hey, you might be different, so have at if that's your cup of tea."
  71. #74
    AC
    Written on April 1, 2018
    Alfredo Castellanos
    "Finding good horror books can be difficult sometimes. So when I stumbled upon this book, I was pleasantly delighted to that I had come across one of the better ones. The main character acquires and ability to step into the bodies of other people (body ride). This makes for really interesting viewpoints and character interactions and also sets up a fight against an evil force through the rest of the book. Much better than average horror book, and worth a look."
  72. #75
    MC
    Written on April 5, 2018
    Mark Carroll
    "I admit I'm not a big fan of anything horror, whether it's movies or books. This book was given to me as a prank and I decided to read a few pages one evening. I couldn't even get past 2 pages without being scared out of my mind. I stopped it right away"
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  74. #77
    PB
    Written on April 1, 2018
    Patrick Black
    ""In the Dark" is a short read under 500 pages, but what it does is amazing. Except the end of the novel, when all is revealed there is little to no explanation."
  75. #78
    CP
    Written on April 4, 2018
    Catherine Phillips
    "I first read this book as a kid. I don't think I thought it was very scary then, but everyone was reading Goosebumps. When I reread it, it was a fun trip into the past. I don't think it's a very well written book, but it's enjoyable to read for the humor, or to remember your childhood."
  76. #79
    HW
    Written on April 5, 2018
    Helen Wong
    "This book really gaved me the chills. I thought the style of the writting was pretty great and made me feel really scared at some points of the book. I loved the cover of the book and liked the datail that the book has."
  77. #80
    AG
    Written on April 11, 2018
    Amit Gavde
    "Goosebumps never disappoint. I've read them my whole life, and now share them with my children. Be careful what you wish for in the dark is a great book and has a movie to watch afterwards."
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  79. #82
    GM
    Written on April 9, 2018
    Gloria Morales
    "Goosebumps was a series I've always enjoyed reading as a kid, and hearing that this particular book has been brought back and re-published, I decided to pick it up and read it again. Of course, having had a few years since the last time I read this book, I'm a little more jaded to the action that was going on. I wouldn't necessarily call this a horror book, at least for adults. More like an suspense book. However, since these books ARE designed for the child-mind, I suppose creeping around in a mysterious tomb with a mummy possibly stalking you can be quite creepy."
  80. #83
    JW
    Written on April 4, 2018
    Janet Wong
    "An unwittingly complimentary description for one of the greatest works of weird horror and decadence, in which Machen unfurls with his singular eye for the bizarre and macabre the tale of a young girl cursed by her unnatural parentage to become a creature of shape-shifting polysexual demi-human evil. Illustrated by Austin Osman Spare."
  81. #84
    JJ
    Written on April 4, 2018
    Jane Jackson
    "Stine's books are always a great read, especially when you want a light scare and not something that will haunt your nightmares for months on end. It comes with a nice shocker twist to the usual ghost story and is an interesting read for just about anyone."
  82. #85
    AP
    Written on April 10, 2018
    Ajay Patil
    "I have always been into the Goosebump series and my review may come as a little bias. I loved this book and it does justice to the series it is apart of. If you love any books in the Goosebump series, I highly recommend reading one."
  83. #86
    SH
    Written on April 9, 2018
    Stephanie Hopkins
    "It may not be the first Dracula book but it's one of the best vampire books i've ever read. Hollywood should revisit this book and learn something about story lines."
  84. #87
    SD
    Written on April 2, 2018
    Sanvi Das
    "It Came from Beneath the Sink is from R.L Stine's classic series Goosbumps. This book was first published in 1995 but it really stands the test of time. It still will have you on the edge of your seat and looking over your shoulder."
  85. #88
    JL
    Written on April 17, 2018
    Jordan Lane
    "If you like your horror edgy and dark, with strong flavors of cosmic weird and pulp noir, Laird Barron is the author you’re looking for and Swift to Chase from Journalstone Publishing is exactly the book you need."
  86. #89
    RS
    Written on April 18, 2018
    Ridhi Sen
    "Occultation and Other Stories is the first Laird Barron book I have read and I was blown away. Each of the stories offered suspense and horror, although I particularly enjoyed the short stories The Lagerstatte and Catch Hell. Each of the remaining 7 stories were also great and I definitely will be getting more of Laird Barron's books."
  87. #90
    RF
    Written on April 6, 2018
    Rodrigo Flores
    "This is a work of literature which really makes you think and question your life in some ways. This book is about a man, his wife, twins, his family in general. He comes out to find some very disturbing things about them that frightens him and he's not sure how to deal with it. Definitely a thriller to keep you flipping through the pages."
  88. #91
    JV
    Written on April 16, 2018
    Jack Vasquez
    "better"
  89. #92
    MB
    Written on April 10, 2018
    Matthew Boyd
    "I am not into this type of book, so it was not something I would say I could enjoy sitting down at night to read. Plus, the scary stuff like this seems to invade my dreams. If you like spooky stories, then this one seemed spooky to me!"
  90. #93
    KR
    Written on April 18, 2018
    Katherine Ruiz
    "This seems to be a supernatural non fiction, not a horror novel. I'm sure there is an actual horror novel somewhere to recommend."
  91. #94
    DK
    Written on April 12, 2018
    Deborah Kelley
    "One of the best horror books that I've read is The Uninvited. This is one of those scary books that you can't put down even though you are trying to go to sleep. Such a good read!"
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  93. #96
    JW
    Written on April 14, 2018
    John Watson
    "I love my horror books. LOVE. I was looking for a new one to read because I had just got done finishing the one I was reading. This is a non fiction paranormal book. It's a fantastic read."
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  96. #99
    JM
    Written on April 8, 2018
    Jean Morgan
    "Ghosts: True Encounters from the World Beyond is a book that made my hair stand on end. The stories are truly scary and hard to stop reading."
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  98. #101
    JR
    Written on April 14, 2018
    Julie Rose
    "Other than revealing the mental nature and history of the persons who committed the evil acts which began the possession, this book is complete."
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