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danielle hammelef says
The spookiest book I ever read was The Tommyknockers by Stephen King.
Scariest book I’ve read is Still Missing by Chevy Stevens.
Keeana S says
I don’t usually read horror. which is weird since im a big horror fan
The spookiest book I ever read was The Amityville Horror by Jay Anson.
Maria Malaveci says
I don’t read Spooky books, only have seen spooky movies. Carrie is a spooky one!
Elaine G says
I don’t read scary books, just watch scary movies.
Carol Luciano says
I haven’t read any horror books in years. But The Shining and Misery were the spookiest.
Viki S. says
The Shinning scared me when I read it.
The Exorcist is pretty creepy.
Rita Wray says
I don’t read scary books.
Cali W. says
Thanks for the giveaway; I found The Madman’s Daughter by Megan Shepherd kind of spooky. 🙂
Kate Sarsfield says
I loved Dean Koontz’ Whispers but it really gave me the heebie jeebies!
Linda Kish says
Probably something by Stephen King, not sure which, though.
I’ve read a lot of spooky books so this was a tough one. I decided to go with House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski. Reading it is the literary equivalent of climbing Mount Everest. There is a lot going on. It starts out very slowly (you have to be patient) and then you will be entranced. There’s a sense of dread lingering always…leaking through the pages. There’s nothing more fearful than the unknown and the book is full of unknown, unexplained horrors. It’s weird layout and endless footnotes make it one of the most atmospheric horror books out there. The book is a maze, a frightening enigma…a dark door to a dreadful world.
Mary Preston says
Any Stephen King book.
Angela saver says
The spookiest book Ive read is The Amityville Horror!!
Secrets in the Blood by L.S. O’Dea
Kristy Petree says
I haven’t read any truly spooky books that I can think of, but I would LOVE to! Thanks for the chance.
Penny Olson says
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz.
Adik Miftakhur says
the house. 🙂
Amy C says
The Shining, by Stephen King
The Exorcist scared the crap out of me
Donna Galanti says
Phantoms by Dean Koontz terrified me completely! But I’m super excited that after 30 years of reading him as my fave author, I’m now interviewing him in an hour and a half long show on Authors on the Air Global Radio Network on Nov. 20th the night before his new book, The Whispering Room comes out!
Sue @ Crushingcinders says
I haven’t read a spooky book for ages. The scariest was Pet Sematary by Stephan King.
Lisa Richards says
Pet Sematary though any of Stephen Kings are pretty scary
Terri S says
I enjoy mystery and suspense books, but stay away from the truly spooky, keep you up at night, types of reads.
uhunoma aguebor says
The House on Hackman’s Hill by Joan Lowery Nixon!
Sandra Watts says
The Hot Zone by Richard Preston.
Joanne B says
Any of Stephen King’s books.
Michele Hayes says
The spookiest book I ever read was The Shining by Stephen King.
Natalie Aguirre says
I’d say Stephen King or Neil Gaiman. I’m really not a fan of scary though.
Richard Brandt says
The October Country by Ray Bradbury
Jaime Lester says
Anything and everything Steven King!!
I love Amityville Horror, it’s my all time favorite.
I don’t really read spooky books. A long time ago I read Stephen King’s Pet Cemetery and that spooked me, but it was the last I read of his. I read more paranormal books but they’re not spooky to me 🙂 Thank you for the giveaway!
Lacey Waters says
It by Stephen King
Judy Cox says
The Shining by Stephen King. It still scares me to watch the movie!!!
Becca @ The bookkeeper's Apprentice says
And Then There Were None!
Jan Lee says
Any Stephen King book I’ve read has been spooky. I also liked The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich; that was pretty spooky 🙂
The Shining by SK
Tia Sills Dalley says
Bag of Bones
A Christopher Pike book I read 30 years ago Is the scariest novel I ever read.
Michelle J. says
Pumpkin roll by Josi Kilpack
The Shining, and Christine.
Lisa Maucione says
A spooky one I just read is The Peculiar Incident on Shady Street.
Giulia A. says
It by Stephen King. I was way too young when I read it (╥﹏╥)
Amber Terry says
One of the spookiest books I’ve ever read: Night Shift by Stephen King.
Thanks for the chance to win!!
Ellen Stafford says
IT by Stephen King – scary!
Karen H says
I don’t usually read spooky books so the closest I can come to the theme is Cell by Stephen King and The Stand, also by Stephen King.
Dawn W says
Amityville Horror by Jay Anson
Fee Roberts says
The Sneaker Tree by Phil Taylor. It has a Stephen King-ish feel to it. I loved it.
Wendy Caddy says
The scariest read for me the The Langoliers novella by Stephen King.
The Shining is the spookiest book I’ve ever read
Ann Fantom says
My favorite scary book is The Stand by Stephen King
Jana Leah says
The Women in the Walls by Amy Lukavics
Sheila S. says
A very creepy book is called Thinner by Stephen King. I still remember
many scenes from that book and I read it SO many years ago.
Janie McGaugh says
I don’t read scary books.
Cynthia C says
All of the Stephen King books have been equally spooky to me.
Tiffany Sill says
I dont really read spooky books
I have loved reading scary books since I was little, and have read a lot of Stephen King books. To me, Stephen King’s most terrifying work was The Long Walk.
Stephanie Grant says
Scariest book I’ve ever read has to be Stephen King’s IT!
Miss peregrine’s home for peculiar children!
Abigail Gibson says
The scariest book I have ever read is the Amityville Horror.
The spookiest book I’ve ever read is probably Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman. I don’t read much horror books.
Susan Smith says
The Shinning was the scariest book I have ever read.
Mary Gardner says
The spookiest book I have read is The Stand by Stephen King.
April Kirkland says
Made For You by Melissa Marr was pretty spooky to me.
Ron Pratt says
The God Engine
Best wishes everyone!
Kamla L. says
The spookiest book I have ever read is Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
The Stand by Stephen King
The spookiest book I have read is The Talisman by Stephen King.
Courtney Gendreau says
A recent spooky novel I read was the Dead House
Spookiest YA book I’ve read is Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children.
Thanks for the giveaway! Happy Halloween!
kRYSTA b. says
I don’t know why but ‘Dolores Claiborne’ has always scared me.
Aly P says
I think The Hollows by Kim Harrison…
It by Stephen King.
Jen B says
Sunshine by Robin McKinley
Judy Schechter says
Pet Cemetery by Stephen King!
Ellie Di says
Let me in by John Ajvide Lindqvist. A bullied young boy befriend with a strange little girl, who comes out only at night….it’s a good northern european novel!
Donna Newman says
The Stand by Stephen King
Seyma Shabbir says
The spookiest book is first days by R. Frater.
Nikolina Vukelic says
The Ritual by Adam Nevill.
Kathy Pease says
I would say The Shining
Sue A. says
Red Dragon by Thomas Harris
I was horrified by one aspect of the story, where a blind woman becomes involved unknowingly with a serial killer.
Tara Woods says
Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
Jerry Marquardt says
The spookiest book I ever read was Jaws by Steven Spielberg.