Ghosts, chains, eternal torment, and visions of death: why A Christmas Carol is a great horror and social justice read for any time of year.
Welcome to Horrorstör, a novel crafted to fulfill your every stage of terror. Join five intrepid employees as they fight to survive a single night among easy-to-assemble death-traps.
Acclaimed horror writer of novels, short stories, and graphic novels, Victor LaValle has plenty to keep you terrified and thoughtful.
A look inside Matt Ruff’s 2016 novel which has been transformed into an upcoming HBO series. Explore high strangeness, immersive escapades, and atrocities of history.
‘I Remember You’ (Icelandic: ‘Ég man þig’) by Yrsa Sigurdarsdottir is heartily recommended if you want to white knuckle your way through 300-odd pages of terror.
Kids like scary stories. Parents like to ban scary stories that kids like to read. This is a natural cycle of Americana.