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Top Ten Tuesdays: Creepy books in my TBR (02)

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My TBR lacks books from the Scary or Creepy department. Most of the books in my TBR which come close to this category are books with a gothic theme. If not, they have monsters as characters in them. Some though just have a creepy and disturbing feel to them.

To compensate for my TBRs lack of creepy books, I would be posting some of the creepy / scary books which I would love to add to my TBR.

The following books are the creepy books on my TBR:

  1. Grimm’s Fairy Tales by Brothers Grimm
    • Fairy Tales with a darker and disturbing ending
  2. The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins
    • Creepy cover to match a gothic story
  3. This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab
    • Interesting and a little bit creepy because of the main characters power.
  4. The Archived by Victoria Schwab
    • Deals with souls and the after-life, kind of creepy plot and the cover is just beautiful
  5. The Bonesetter’s Daughter by Amy Tan
    • The title and synopsis of the Book is creepy.
  6. Library of Souls (book #3) by Ransom Riggs
    • It has gothic and eerie pictures just like its cover
  7. From the Corner of His Eye by Dean Koontz
    • For me everything that Dean Koontz makes is very creepy

The following creepy books are the ones I want to add to my TBR:

Thanks for reading,
until next time,

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11 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesdays: Creepy books in my TBR (02)

    1. yes, please add books by Victoria Schwab in your list, a lot of people have reviewed them and have enjoyed the experience.. As for me the reviews perked my curiosity and convinced me that they were worth reading..

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    1. nice,I never heard of Giambattista Basile, thanks for the info, I would definitely check it out because I liked the Grimms’ fairytales. It would be nice to read another book which deals with fairytales and gore

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