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October 20, 2011

TQOTD - What is the Scariest Book You've Ever Read?

So Halloween is fast approaching and it is one of my most favorite holidays!! Especially since my love of reading began with scary stories. My absolute favorite were (and still are to this day) the Goosebumps Series by R.L. Stine. To this day, I remember going to bookstores with my father and begging him to buy me Goosebumps books!! I loved how funny they were and they always managed to scare the crap out of me!

So in keeping with the Halloween/Scary theme: What is the scariest book you've ever read? What made it so scary?


  1. Anna Dressed in Blood!! I couldn't finish it because it was just too spooky for me. :P
    I think it was all the blood, gore, and killing that really made it too scary for me.

  2. I don't usually get scared of books but when I read the short story Prey by Richard Matheson in "I am Legend and other Stories", I was TERRIFIED! The idea of a little Zuni doll possessed by an evil spirit was HORRIBLE. I couldn't sleep for a week because every time I closed my eyes I heard movement in my room or if I fell asleep I drifted into a nightmare about it D:


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