Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Top Ten Tuesday #5



This is an meme from The Broke and the Bookish.

Each week we will post a new Top Ten list complete with one of our bloggers answers.


Top Ten Books for Halloween

1. The Phantom Of The Opera:  This is a really great gothic horror romance. Not quite as scary as Dracula, but still a great Halloween read. Plus Erik (The Phantom) is one of my favorite characters of all time.


2. Dracula: This is "the" vampire book. All other vampires pale beneath him...or sparkle...and can I just say again, VAMPIRES DON'T SPARKLE!!!!!!

3. It: As if clowns weren't scary enough, Stephen King makes them more terrifying. Actually any classic Stephen King novel will do here.

4. R.L. Stine's Fear Street Series:  A Tween Series yes, but still quite scary.

5. John Saul - Suffer The Children:  No joke, this one gave me nightmares!

6. My Sweet Audrina: V.C. Andrews written by V.C. Andrews = creepy. Anything ghost written is horrid and a discredit to her wacky writing.

7.  Clive Barker - The Damnation Game: This was one of the first horror novels I read back between high school and college. Clive writes some pretty scary stuff.

8. Coraline: Its kids creepy care of Neil Gaiman...The Graveyard Book is another good kid's story.

9. Heck: Where The Bad Kids Go: Not really scary..but it is about the many circles of Heck!

10. Interview With The Vampire: Best vampire fiction aside from Dracula!! No sparkles!!!

6 comments:

Lover of Romance said...

Good list!!! I think my favorite is Phantom of the Opera though!!!

Straylights said...

I have not read Phantom of the Opera yet but I do plan on it in the near future!

Coraline also made my list!


My Top Ten

Lu said...

Dracula also made my list!

readerbuzz said...

I've never read her, but I know lots of people who love V.C. Andrews.

Here's my list:
http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2010/10/top-ten-scariest-books.html

La Coccinelle said...

Coraline made my list, too. It's a perfect Halloween book!

Emily said...

How could I have forgotten Phantom of the Opera?! It is definitely an awesome Gothic story, and unlike the movie it's legitimately creepy.

I am totally with you about the vampires. They do not sparkle!!

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