A few months ago, I was writing an ebook about a series of horror novels.
The book, which I wrote with the help of a good friend, was titled “The Necronomicons”.
Since then, I’ve continued to write about it, and I thought I’d share my thoughts on some of the best horror novels of the past few years.
The series, which spans several decades, is based on the best-selling novels of William Gibson, Bram Stoker, H.P. Lovecraft, and William Gibson’s co-creator, Robert E. Howard.
The Necronomicons is a classic work of horror fiction.
The books’ protagonists are a bunch of misfits who get trapped in a labyrinth of horrors and evil, and eventually discover that their lives were never meant to be.
The genre is full of well-crafted stories that are fun to read, and the genre is filled with memorable characters.
There’s a lot to love about this genre, and if you want to dive in, I’d recommend the series, though you might want to start with the first book in the series.
The following list is based mostly on my reading habits and the books that I’d consider my favorite horror novels from the past five years.
These are not necessarily the books I’d like to revisit next, but they are a great starting point.
Books that are my personal favorites are listed below.
The list has been organized into categories based on my own personal tastes and what I enjoy reading.
For a list of books that are out there that I would recommend, check out my recent review of “The Devil’s Backbone”, a new horror novel from Neil Gaiman.
Books That Are Out There That I Like: The Walking Dead (New York Times Bestseller) The Walking Stands (Bestseller) A Silent Scream (Amazon Bestseller Bestseller, Bestseller’s Amazon Prime Store) The Chronicles of Riddick (Amazon Prime Store Bestseller and Amazon Kindle Store) Black Mirror (Amazon Kindle Store Best Seller) The Book Thief (Amazon Amazon Kindle Shop Best Seller, Amazon Kindle Prime Store, Amazon Prime eBooks) The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Amazon.com) The Thing (Amazon) The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (Amazon and Amazon) The Haunting of Hill House (Amazon, Amazon, and Amazon Prime) The Martian (Amazon/Hulu) A Wrinkle in Time (Amazon): The first book from Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Game series, and she’s been one of my favorite authors for a while.
The Hunger Girls (Amazon Books, Amazon Books) The Shining (Hulu): This book is a must-read for anyone who loves suspense.
The story follows a young girl who must find her missing parents before she goes missing in order to save her friends.
It’s a dark and twisted book, and it’s a perfect book to read while on the run from the supernatural in a rural town.
The Shining, the book that made me a fan of the horror genre, is still one of the most popular books of all time, and is also a classic in the horror canon.
You can get a copy of the first film version here.
The Book of Eli (Amazon: Kindle, Amazon: Kindle Store, and Kindle: Kindle Prime) It’s hard to say what I like about this book more than the characters and the setting.
Eli is a girl with a magical book called the Book of El.
She’s been sent to an unnamed country to read it, but the book is actually a spell she has to cast on people who are connected to her by blood.
The plot of the book involves a woman who has to help the young girl find her parents.
This book has a lot of potential, but there’s no reason for it to be read at all, unless you want a more dark version of the story.
The Thing, a book that was the most recent book in Stephen King’s The Stand series, is also out there.
It takes place in the future and is about a young boy who has been possessed by a giant monster.
The young boy is forced to help out the monster in order for the monster to take him away from his family.
This is an interesting idea for a story.
It could be a good idea for kids to read this book and watch it, if they want to see how their own lives might have changed with a supernatural element.
The Dark Tower series (Amazon Book of the Week) Stephen King created the Dark Tower novels, which take place in an alternate-future world where humanity is in a state of collapse and an apocalypse has just come to Earth.
These books are among the best of the genre, with an impressive cast of characters, a fascinating setting, and great characters.
The characters are the best part of the books.
There are some great characters in the novels, such as Roland Deschain and the Redcoat, a