kronicfeld: Hey, asshole, read House of Leaves.
RodneyToady: House of Leaves may be my favorite book. I like reading it while listening to Poe's Haunted album./ba da ba ba...
The English Major: We Need to Talk About Kevin, Lionel Shriver
CAPTIAN SLAPPY: Anything by Ann Rand.
hubris73: Oh - you should be prepared when reading Lovecraft...he is a racist, and alot of his story lines center around the resultant horrors of mongrelization or micegenation. So you have to take some of his BS with a grain of salt - but the man can write a creepfest.
DeArmondVI: Waiting Period by Hughbert Selby Jr. is decentThe Lost or The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum might workThe Dwarf by Par Lagerkvist ain't badThe Rising -> City of the Dead -> Dead Seatrifecta by Brian Keene is pretty good, too
ShatteredMinds: Depends on what you find creepy. Personally, I find little creepy. But, I have thousands of books so maybe a few might suffice:Necroscope and Psychomech by Brian LumleyThe Great and Secret Show by Clive BarkerThe Servants of Twilight and Darkfall by Dean R KoontzNightBlood by T Chris MartindaleBlue World, Mystery Walk, and Wolf's Hour by Robert R McCammonEntity by Nina MandelikNight Things by Michael TalbotDawn of the Vampire by William HillLegion of the Dead by Geoffrey CaineDark Miracle by Stephen R GeorgeShadow Dance by Douglas BortonSome that aren't really creepy but might creep out some:The Anita Blake Vampire Novels (Guilty Pleasures is first in the series) by Laurell K HamiltonThe Vampire Files (Bloodlist is first in the series) by P N ElrodNot all are great but most worth a read. Lumley, Barker, Koontz, Martindale, and McCammon are all worth reading. Some of the Anita Blake series is worth reading and the Vampire Files are also great though one is more supernatural hunter and the other is pulp vampire fiction I recommend them as good fun reading.
doglover: kronicfeld: Hey, asshole, read House of Leaves.You need to have a physical copy of that one. It doesn't work on audio or pdf.
RodneyToady: House of Leaves may be my favorite book. I like reading it while listening to Poe's Haunted album.
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