Monday, October 22, 2012

Spooktacular #Giveaway Hop - What's your favorite Halloween Read?

Spooktacular Book Hop

Who wants to win a couple Spooktacular books? Well, because Kathy at I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and The Diary of a Bookworm, we've got around 400 blog all linked up for 400ish giveaways! Do several a day, so you can enter as many as possible.

We're even going up a day early! Extra Time!

So, I'm giving you a few books to choose from. Some are new releases everyone's been waiting for and a few will just make awesome Halloween reads. Two winners can pick on novel from the books below.







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153 comments:

  1. Currently my favourite is Ashlyn's Radio by Wilson Doherty. Spooky with a possessed radio and a ghost train.
    Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  2. I like Stephen King, too. The Dark Half is really scary! thanks for the giveaway

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  3. Mines basically anything by Stephen King!

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  4. so far i don't have a favorite creepy book but i'm sure if i tried stephen king it would be one of those ( i'm a little to sensitive^^;;)

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    1. Miki,

      I completely understand. I can only read horror when I'm in specific moods. Thanks for swinging by!

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  5. Mine is also Pet Sematary, like you =]

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  6. Christina K. in the rafflecopter

    Katie Alender's Bad Girls Don't Die:)

    Thank you:)

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  7. Hmm...I guess Tamara Thorne's Moonfall and Haunted! The books I am giving away! They were pretty creepy yet deliciously entertaining!

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  8. Mine's the Devouring by Simon Holt

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  9. The scariest book I ever read was 'the machine gunners' by robert westall, it still gives me nightmares now - so that is definitely the scariest book i have ever read!

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  10. UNDEAD BY KIRSTY MCKAY...
    thx 4 the giveaway :)

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  11. The Forest Of Hands And Teeth by Carrie Ryan

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  12. Recently read - I loved Ashes and am reading Shadows right now by Ilsa Bick. Both creepy!

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  13. Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake.

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  14. Gerlad's Game by Stephen King..I think that was the title. It's not even suppose to be one of his creepiest books but my mind really ran with that one. LOL

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    1. Gerald's Game..sheesh, can't even type.

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  15. Couldn't just name one creepy read, but Dean Koontz is my go-to author when it comes to chills running up and down my spine!

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  16. Pet Semetary is definitely creepy! I love Salem's Lot, too!
    Ghost Story by Peter Straub terrified me.
    Gret choice of books! I love Nevermore and Masque of the Red Death :)

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  17. I would have to say The Forest Of Hands And Teeth by Carrie Ryan that was some book! Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  18. I like Adam Slater's Shadowing... It was the first spooky read I went into, and I loved it!

    Thanks for the giveaway ;)

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    1. Hey Ron! I will have to add Shadowing to my TBR list. I have never read it, but I feel secure in saying if you loved it, I will also!

      Thanks for hopping by!

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  19. I really enjoyed The Monstrumologist.

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  20. Stephen Kink - IT. Oh so creepy.

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    1. Well King actually, but Kink is a pretty good typo don't ya think?

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    2. Carl,

      I actually like Kink...LOL. It made me laugh when I read it! Though I'm not fond of "IT", the book freaks me out so bad. LOL

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  21. Nevermore by Kelly Creagh!
    Thanks for the giveaway! :]

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    1. LOVE Nevermore. Enshadowed is sitting on my shelf haunting me. I really want to pick it up and throw everything else aside. Oh the heart ache. LOL.

      Thanks for hopping through, Stephanie!

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  22. ooooh. IT was super creepy. And Under the dome is pretty gross. LOL. Coldheart canyon by clive was awesome, too.

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  23. I would have to say It by Stephen King.

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  24. Anything by Stephen King. His "IT" still gives me *shivers* and I've never been able to look at another clown the same way again.
    DeAnna Schultz

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    1. "IT" freaks me out! I just can't bring myself to read it or watch the movie. Ugh! I know I'm missing out, but ...

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  25. I have to say Pet Semetary by Stephen King or The Regulators by Stephen King

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  26. I love Anna Dressed in Blood!
    Lacey T

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    1. I have Anna Dressed in Blood but haven't read it yet. I really need to. Thanks for dropping by!

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  27. I just recently read the Experiment in Terror Series. I highly recommend it to EVERYONE! It's creepy and sexy. :)

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    1. Creepy and Sexy? Absolutely have to check this one out! Thanks for the suggestion, Megan!

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  28. Hi, there!

    Thank you SO much for this GREAT giveaway!!!

    To answer the question, I don't like 'creepy' reads. I do LOVE paranormal romance/urban fantasy involving vampires, werewolves, or shapeshifters (NO zombies, please, unless they're like the ones in Amy Plum's books). I ADORE The Twilight Saga, for example, and now I'm getting into The House of Comarre series. I don't enjoy hard-core horror novels like the ones by Stephen King. Nor do I like Edgar Allan Poe, V.C. Andrews, Dean Koontz, Clive Cussler, H.P. Lovecraft, or R.L. Stine.

    One more thing: I like my paranormal heroes to be good guys, and I want them to beat them baddies in the end!! That doesn't always happen in horror novels...

    HAPPY HALLOWEEN READING!! : )

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    1. Maria,

      I don't read a lot of horror either but from time to time I love to step outside my box. And I'm kind of a sucker for a bad boy, he he. I absolutely agree with you on the Zombie thing, but Revenants rock!

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  29. Favourite creepy read? Mine is Carrie by Stephen King!

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    1. Carrie is an excellent choice. I see Stephen King is the top choice on my creepy reads. He is the king of horror!

      Thanks for hopping by!

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  30. This isn't really creepy but I loved Digital Fortress by Dan Brown and a creepy read I really want to read is Stephen King's Pet Cemetary. Thanks for the giveaway!
    christiane_dude@hotmail.com

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    1. Forgot to pick :D I would like Nevermore or The Masque of the Red Death or Finale, Any of those would be a great prize.

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  31. NEVERWHERE by Neil Gaiman is fabulous.

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    1. I love Neil Gaiman but I haven't read NEVERWHERE. Sounds like a must read though! Thanks for hopping through!

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  32. My favorite is The Shining by Stephen King. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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    1. No creepy books? I understand though. There are definitely genre's I don't read. Thanks for hopping through!

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  34. Mine was Misery By Stephen King

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    1. Ah, yes! Anne Rice. She's awesome. I haven't read anything by her in a while. I definitely should do that soon.

      Thanks for stopping by, Aly!

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  36. My all time creepy story is the Raven By: Edgar Allen Poe. I must say though that the one story that stands out the most to me is Pet Cemetary By: Steven King. My sister used to be obsessed with it and would rent it every weekend. Talk about creepy.
    Love your background btw. She is really cute.

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    1. I want to go back in time and meet Edgar Allen Poe. So much mystery and intrigue. I loved the Raven and find myself rereading it ever so often, when I'm in certain moods.

      Thanks for the compliment on the background. Kelly and I wanted it to fit our personality more, and she does.

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  37. My creepy read is Carrie by Stephen King......goosebumps!

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  38. The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova

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  39. The Shining!
    sqwalker2@gmail.com

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    1. I thought I would see this title more...but you're the only one who's mentioned The Exorcist. Definitely a creepy read!

      Thanks for hopping through!

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  41. Pretty much anything by Stephen King is good in my book! Also anything by Jeremy C. Shipp, especially his Attic Clowns books. ^.^

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  42. Mine was a Stephen King book too but I can't remember the title! It was creeeeepy.

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  43. Anna Dressed in Blood is pretty creepy.

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  44. Stephen King books are so creepy! Especially the psychological thrillers (like Misery!)

    Thanks for a great giveaway! :)

    Marie
    songbird1613 at yahoo dot com

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  45. Okay so I obviously need to pick up some Steven King!! The creepiest thing I have read lately is Anna Dressed in Blood... Looking back I can't even really think of anything scary!

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  46. I love it by stephen king gave me nightmares s a kid

    darleneysaguirre@yahoo.com

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  47. My favorite creepy read is Dracula.

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  48. Anything by Stephen King just freaks me out!

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  49. I haven't read a creepy book in a very long time though all I read as a child was R.L. Stine. His books were as honorific as I got though they weren't really that scary. I am currently reading The Exorcist, it's the kind of book to send chills down your spine. Thank you. :)

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  50. The Darkening Dream freaked me out

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  51. The Witching Hour by Anne Rice creeped me out!

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  52. Stephen King's The Long Walk is particularly creepy - highly recommend! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  53. I'm not sure I'd call it a favorite, but the last really good creepy book I read was "Before Cain Strikes".

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  54. I love Stephen King's books. I read Carrie when I was in high school and it really scared the crap out of me. The Mist kept me awake for two days straight. He's the horror's master!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. Stephen King is one of my favorite authors and I would pick It and Pet Cemetary as two of my favorite creepy books! Thanks for this amazing giveaway - I would love to win!

    Suz Reads

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  56. Are you afraid of the dark by Stephen King my most favorite scary book. :)

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  57. I read Stephen King by accident as a kid. I never read anything scarier in my life!

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  58. It by Stephen King. I've not been able to stomach clowns since.

    Check out my STOP on the hop! I'm giving away a copy of The Diviners by Libba Bray!

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  59. While I loved Pet Cemetery from Stephen King also (although the movie was so horrible after the read) my favorite is Gerald's Game by Stephen King. So creepy but I loved every minute of it.
    Thanks for the giveaway and being a part of the "spooktacular" hop!
    Best wishes,
    Marlena

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  60. Mine is The Shining by Stephen King! :]
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Marijana Sitar

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  61. Creepiest read is It by Stephen King!

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  62. I read Stephen Kings books many years ago. Pet Sematary was definitely creepy and one of my favourites.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Sabina @ Delirious About Books">Delirious About Books

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  63. The Shining, Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway!!

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  64. Mine fave scary book is: Scary Stories to tell in the dark by Alvin Schwarts, Well at least it was when I was younger. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  65. It by Stephen King
    magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

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  66. I'm not quite a horror fan, so I just read anything just a tiny bit spooky by Nevermore by Kelly Creagh.

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  67. I love The Restorer by Amanda Stevens.
    Thank you for the giveaway :)

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  68. Similar to your fave Night shift or Cujo by Stephen King- I think he writes in the thrillest ,scariest way!

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  69. I don't read creepy books. The nearest I'd gone to was books about vamps, flesh-eaters, faes..but they don't really creep me out.

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  70. Steven King's books. Especially It. I develpoed a phobia for clowns after that. And The Cheerleaders' Evil by R.L Stine. Scary ass book

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  71. I haven't really read any horror but I really want to start :)

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  72. Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberrry
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  73. I haven't read any creepy novel... :/

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  74. Anything Stephen King I haven't been able to finish...shiver. I really don't read creepy things. ;)

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  75. Thanks for the giveaway!! Super excited.
    Definitely Stephen King books

    kp_kazamei(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  76. I don't really have any favorite creepy reads. I used to love true crime stories and those can be creepy reads. Thanks for the chance!

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  77. I remember reading Amityville Horror when I was an early teen and being super freaked. I probably still would be! Lol!

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  78. IT by Stephen King. Or Carrie. I'm with you - his earlier stuff scared me senseless.

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  79. I don't really have any creepy favorite reads, but I'd have to say Stephen King's books can be creepy. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  80. I just finished The First Days by Rhiannon Frater and loved it! The scariest book that I've ever read!

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  81. Well I am actually a big wuss, and I can't really handle scary stuff.
    There is a YA book I have been working up the nerve to read, and it's Possess by Gretchen Mcneil! Looks pretty creepy!

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  82. Anything Stephen King, because he is just the best at scare the pants off a person horror. Another spooky one is Possess by Gretchen McNeil. Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake. The scariest YA that I have read that I can remember is the Possessions series by Nancy Holder. If you want scary, that will do it for you!

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  83. The Shining by Stephen King! That book is so creepy.

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  84. My favorite creepy read is Desperation by Stephen King.
    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  85. The Shinning by Stephen King.

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  86. Mine is also a Stephen King book: Thinner

    :)

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  87. I can't really deal with VERY scary stuff... so I don't read a LOT of horror

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  88. The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova

    @Tibiux

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  89. Nightmares and Dreamscapes by Stephen King, I love his books!

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  90. I love The Sleepwalkers by Gabriel Gates

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  91. My favorite is Salem's Lot. I can still remember reading it as a young girl and being "afraid went night came." :) Thanks for your giveaway.

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  92. I'd have to say that The Portrait of Dorian Gray was one creepy book!

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  93. Well, I don't know about favorite, but I read an anthology recently called Blood Lite III. That had some pretty creepy stuff in it. I mean, I read a lot of paranormal stuff, but it doesn't really creep me out.

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  94. Grave Secret by Charlaine Harris?

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  95. The book that scared me the most, was Salem's Lot by Stephen King.

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  96. Hmm I'd say Ashes by Ilsa J. Bick.

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  97. I like The shining and also The Witching Hour.

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  98. The Shadowkiller by Matthew Scott Hansen

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  99. Hi Great blog. I am entry number 438...I know I was a bit late but I have a great guest a ghost writer http://thebridgeofdeaths.tumblr.com/ and a great giveaway do swing by if you get a chance,
    M.C.V. Egan

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  100. I agree, Pet Cemetery was creepy. I found many of Stephen King's books to be creepy, especially It.

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  101. The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe, but only because it`s the only creepy one I`ve ever read

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  102. Anything by Dean Koontz. The Bad Place was my favorite.

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  103. Firestarter by Stephen King (most of King's books are good)

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  104. I loved TEN by Gretchen McNeil! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  105. Anthing by Stephen King and R.L. Stine. Thanks for the great giveaway! Happy Halloween!

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  106. Needful Things by Stephen King

    -Amber Terry-

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  107. I like a lot of Stephen King books, but i also like the series, I'm Not A Serial Killer by Dan Wells.

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  108. Its an old book called scary stories to read at bedtime totally scary

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  109. Probably Possess by Gretchen McNeil or the Wicked lovely series by Melissa Marr but for very diffrent reasons.

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