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WestchesterRFranks
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Re: Horror Books 08-09

Mrs. Waki, out of the list you gave, I had just finished Exposed World...     This was really good....Wow... !have to read this next if you guys have not!

 

Exposed World by Jerome Christopher King: Book Cover

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MrsWaki
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Re: Horror Books 08-09

Yes, Exposed World is by far one of my best in the bookshelf.

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Mrbooks
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Re: Horror Books 08-09

I had to put that on my shelf...my hand is still shaking...
Get me a book and ship em' to me :smileyhappy:
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Re: Horror Books 08-09

I have this one too..nice guys...
-Born to read stuff- :smileyhappy:
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Re: Horror Books 08-09

:manvery-happy:
Get me a book and ship em' to me :smileyhappy:
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MrsWaki
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Re: Horror Books 08-09

How'd you like it Mr. Books ?

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Re: Horror Books 08-09

Exposed World?  It was something else...something else...your heart just beats fast the whole time from most of the suspense..
Get me a book and ship em' to me :smileyhappy:
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MrsWaki
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Re: Horror Books 08-09

More:

 

  • Some of Your Blood by Theodore Sturgeon
  • Phantom by Thomas Tessier
  • Sacrifice by Andrew Vachss
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    CAshkova
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    I figure this has become the official place for horror book reviews and recommendations...very nice :smileyhappy:
    The one and only book worm :smileyhappy:
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    SandraEBarker
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    Some of Your Blood by Theodore Sturgeon is a very good one Mrs. Waki
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    MrsWaki
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    Yes, I agree
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    TiggerBear
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    Anyone else check out Ray Garton's Ravenous ? Rather good horror thriller, best i stumbled on in a few years.
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    MrsWaki
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    Ray Garton is a great author
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    Horror Best Sellers:

     

     Riding the Bullet

    by Stephen King 

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    2.  Wicked Forest

    by V. C. Andrews 

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    3.  Willow

    by V. C. Andrews 

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    4.  The Talisman

    by Stephen King 

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    5.  A Terrible Beauty

    by Graham Masterton

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    SandraEBarker
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    let's see what else...
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    CAshkova
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    We need more
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    MrsWaki
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

  • Skin by Kathe Koja
  • Dark Dance by Tanith Lee
  • Conjure Wife by Fritz Leiber
  • Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin
  • Songs of a Dead Dreamer by Thomas Ligotti
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    MrsWaki
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    Have any of you read Skin yet?
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    JohnnyAnderson
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    Horror books may not be for me anymore, but thanks!
    -Born to read stuff- :smileyhappy:
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    MrsWaki
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    Re: Horror Books 08-09

    I will count ANGELS AND DEMONS, by Dan Brown