It’s Tuesday which means it’s time for ‘Top Ten Tuesday’ from The Broke and the Bookish. I wasn’t sure I would manage the Halloween Freebie but I had a look through the books I’ve read and I have enough for a post, just maybe not 10.
As always, in no particular order. Links are to reviews, pictures are affiliate links to amazon.
I read this modern day Dracula story when I was at uni. At the time a lived in a house where my room had lots of fitted cupboards, I used to wake-up after having funny dreams and check all the cupboards before I could go back to sleep. Despite (or maybe because of) this it remains a favourite of mine.
Probably any of Murakami’s books could fit here (except maybe Norwegian Wood which is sort of…normal). I chose ‘After Dark’ because of the storyline with the girl who gets transported to a sort of parallel universe inside the TV, it’s a bit hard to explain which is why I skipped reviewing it, but it’s pretty classic Murakami style which I love
I could probably have put any of the Potter books too, but I chose Chamber because of the voice in the walls, it’s just spooky. (Half-Blood Prince was a close second with the inferi)
What would happen if the devil was sent to Earth to live as a human? This humorous book answers this question
A family of recovering vampires are trying to fit in in a normal neighbourhood. Can it work?
Is the old house haunted? And is it possible to fall in love with a ghost?
I read Bellman and Black before Setterfield’s much loved ‘The Thirteenth Tale’ and I remember it better. It concerns Mr Bellman and his strange and mysterious business partner ‘Black’
A more classic ghost story than ‘The Glass Guardian’. I somehow missed reviewing this one
When two teenage twins move into the flat left to them in their aunt’s will they find she hasn’t quite managed to leave yet
This one is scary because it’s true. It chronicles Zimbardo’s famous ‘Stanford Prison Experiment’ where students were randomly assigned roles as ‘prisoners’ or ‘guards’