Top Ten Tuesday: Horror Stories We’ve Reviewed

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The Halloween Freebie prompt is something Long and Short Reviews blogging team looks forward to every year. It’s often the first October prompt that the first person to notice the new list calls dibs on! Our previous takes on this freebie include Halloween!, Halloween in Nonfiction, and Halloween Books We’ve Reviewed.

This year we decided to highlight the ten most recent horror novels we’ve reviewed. They’re listed from most to least recent, and their other genres are noted in parentheses beside them.

Breath of Salty Air by Ana Rotea(Young Adult)

The Tutor by Rod A. Galindo (Sci-fi/Fantasy)

The Fact of the Matter by Madeleine L’Engle (Sci-fi/Fantasy)

The Cagulant by Jared Gullage(Sci-fi/Fantasy)

Heartbreaks & Half-Truths: 22 Stories of Mystery & Suspense by Judy Penz Sheluk (Editor) (Suspense/Mystery)

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The Eidola Project by Robert Herold(Suspense/Mystery and Sci-fi/Fantasy)

The Lady on the Road: An Urban Legend Short Story by Nick Herntier(Sci-fi/Fantasy)

The Ghost of Jamie McVay by R.G. Ziemer(Young Adult)

A Boy in a Park: Tales of Wonder and Despair by Richard Parkin(Young Adult)

The Blue Horse by Leslie Garland(Sci-fi/Fantasy)

If you’re a fellow fan of the horror genre, what have been the best horror stories you’ve read this year?

Happy Halloween from everyone at Long and Short Reviews!

Comments

  1. Aaah Stinkie’s got a friend here!! This is a clever idea to share your horror reviews. Always makes it easier to chose a book when it comes with reviews. I will have a look here!

    Thanks for stopping by our blog!

  2. I haven’t heard of these, but I’ll definitely be checking some of them out 🙂

    Here’s my post: https://www.nbiblioholic.com/2020/10/toptentuesday-halloween-freebie.html

  3. Some spooky books here. Thanks for coming by.

  4. I need more Halloween themed reads so this is good to have. 🙂

  5. Neat list. I haven’t read horror in a while, but it’s wonderful to see these.

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  6. Oh these are all new to me, but I am especially curious about the ones that are also sci-fi, I always love that combination!

  7. I need to check out The Lady on the Road. My theme this October was Urban legends!

  8. These are all new to me! Admittedly, I don’t read much horror.

  9. Great list! I haven’t read any of these, but granted, I don’t read much horror. I may have to check some of these out, and I love that they also cross genres.

  10. Thanks for stopping by The Phantom Paragrapher and Heartbreaks and Half-Truths looks like a good read, adding to my evergrowing TBR
    Pile . Paula

  11. All of these are new to me, so thank you for sharing them! I haven’t really been in the mood for horror this year, but I’m currently trying to read the anthology Slasher Girls and Monster Boys, a YA anthology. Hopefully it’s good. 🙂

  12. All new to me, but great-looking list!

  13. So many interesting books this week! I’m not sure I’ve ever read any of these, but I’m adding The Fact of the Matter to my TBR pile. I’ve been trying to read more of her work, and a short story sounds perfect right about now.

  14. None of these sound familiar, but then, I’m not surprise since I’m a scaredy cat reader/movie goer. 😉 Fun topic to feature on this week’s theme. Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland.

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