Ghosts, Goblins, and Gods
Time to snuggle up in a blanket with a cup of hot tea--with all the lights on--because these creepy selections will leave you shivering. By Emily Compton-Dzak
2015Get this item
Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler's Wife) was the big draw for me when I saw this title. With authors ranging from Edgar Allen Poe to Neil Gaiman, Niffenegger writes an introduction to each story. Big names aside, these tales of haunted houses, people, and even animals are sure give you the creeps.
2014 by Celine KiernanGet this item
Set in 1970s Ireland, twin boys are plagued by the same nightmares of a mysterious "goblin-boy," but is he a dream after all? While written for a YA audience, the fully fleshed out characters and beautiful writing will draw in adult horror fans as well.
2014 by Jennifer McMahonGet this item
If you could bring someone you desperately love back from the dead, would you? It turns out several people have tried in one small Vermont town, and newcomer Ruthie's investigation into her missing mother reveals terrifying discoveries about the results. A well-written thriller for horror connoisseurs.
2015 by Scott HawkinsGet this item
Carolyn and her siblings (all orphans after a mysterious tragedy) are pretty sure "Father" is actually God, and that his library controls the universe. When Father goes missing, Carolyn and her siblings must go out into the real world to find him. While this isn't strictly horror, it is very creepy, and if you like weird it is definitely for you.
2016 by Samantha HuntGet this item
Like The Library at Mount Char, Mr. Splitfoot also involves a house full of orphans under the thumb of a religious character. These orphans, however, spend their free time channeling the dead. With a suspenseful odyssey through New York at its center, this gothic mystery will keep you guessing until the very end.