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    Past Year Links:
    2018
    2019:
    1. The Honourable Schoolboy, by John le Carré
    2. The Fifth Season, by N. K. Jemisin
    3. Seventh Decimate, by Stephen Donaldson
    4. The War Within, by Stephen Donaldson
    5. The Obelisk Gate, by N. K. Jemisin
    6. The Stone Sky, by N. K. Jemisin
    7. Cardinal Black, by Robert R. McCammon
    8. Smiley's People, by John le Carré
    9. Outrage, by Vincent Bugliosi
    10. The Labyrinth of the Spirits, by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
    11. Cari Mora, by Thomas Harris
    12. Brother, by Ania Ahlborn
    13. The Haunting of Hill House, by Shirley Jackson
    14. The Hunter, by Richard Stark
    15. The Man with the Getaway Face, by Richard Stark
    16. The Outfit, by Richard Stark
    17. Parable of the Sower, by Octavia E. Butler
    18. The Institute, by Stephen King
    19. Thinking About It Only Makes It Worse, by David Mitchell
    20. Rosemary's Baby, by Ira Levin
    21. Parable of the Talents, by Octavia E. Butler
    22. The Mourner, by Richard Stark
    23. The Score, by Richard Stark
    24. The Jugger, by Richard Stark
    25. Gwendy's Magic Feather, by Richard Chizmar
    Now reading: A Small Town in Germany, by John Le Carré.

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    1. The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum
    2. Endless Night by Richard Laymon
    3. Off Season by Jack Ketchum
    4. The Haunted Forest Tour by James A. Moore and Jeff Strand
    5. Offspring by Jack Ketchum
    6. The Traveling Vampire Show by Richard Laymon
    7. The Lost by Jack Ketchum
    8. Night in the Lonesome October by Richard Laymon
    9. Red by Jack Ketchum
    10. Joyride by Jack Ketchum
    11. Old Flames by Jack Ketchum
    12. Right to Life by Jack Ketchum
    13. Hide and Seek by Jack Ketchum
    14. Sick House by Jeff Strand
    15. Cover by Jack Ketchum
    16. The Summer is Ended and We Are Not Yet Saved by Joey Comeau
    17. Walking Alone by Bentley Little
    18. Goth by Otsuichi
    19. Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
    20. Neverland by Douglas Clegg
    21. Cari Mora by Thomas Harris
    22. The Hour Before Dark by Douglas Clegg
    23. Growing Things by Paul Tremblay
    24. It by Stephen King
    25. Brother by Ania Ahlborn
    26. Fear by Ronald Kelly
    27. The Institute by Stephen King
    28. Full Throttle by Joe Hill
    29. The Troop by Nick Cutter
    30. Ghoster by Jason Arnopp
    31. The Fowl Twins by Eoin Colfer
    32. Shadow School by J. A. White
    33. The Woman by Jack Ketchum
    34. Gorilla in My Room by Jack Ketchum
    35. A Warning by Anonymous
    36. If You See Her by Ania Ahlborn (currently reading)


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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    1. The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum
    2. Endless Night by Richard Laymon
    3. Off Season by Jack Ketchum
    4. The Haunted Forest Tour by James A. Moore and Jeff Strand
    5. Offspring by Jack Ketchum
    6. The Traveling Vampire Show by Richard Laymon
    7. The Lost by Jack Ketchum
    8. Night in the Lonesome October by Richard Laymon
    9. Red by Jack Ketchum
    10. Joyride by Jack Ketchum
    11. Old Flames by Jack Ketchum
    12. Right to Life by Jack Ketchum
    13. Hide and Seek by Jack Ketchum
    14. Sick House by Jeff Strand
    15. Cover by Jack Ketchum
    16. The Summer is Ended and We Are Not Yet Saved by Joey Comeau
    17. Walking Alone by Bentley Little
    18. Goth by Otsuichi
    19. Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
    20. Neverland by Douglas Clegg
    21. Cari Mora by Thomas Harris
    22. The Hour Before Dark by Douglas Clegg
    23. Growing Things by Paul Tremblay
    24. It by Stephen King
    25. Brother by Ania Ahlborn
    26. Fear by Ronald Kelly
    27. The Institute by Stephen King
    28. Full Throttle by Joe Hill
    29. The Troop by Nick Cutter
    30. Ghoster by Jason Arnopp
    31. The Fowl Twins by Eoin Colfer
    32. Shadow School by J. A. White
    33. The Woman by Jack Ketchum
    34. Gorilla in My Room by Jack Ketchum
    35. A Warning by Anonymous
    36. If You See Her by Ania Ahlborn (currently reading)
    That's a pretty great list. How was The Fowl Twins? I enjoyed the original Artemis Fowl books - they were fun.
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    2019

    1. Lolita - Vladmir Nabokov
    2. Vox - Christina Dalcher
    3. Becoming - Michelle Obama
    4. Hearts in Atlantis - Stephen King
    5. White - Tim Lebbon
    6. The Shuddering - Ania Ahlborn
    7. The Dead Zone - Stephen King
    8. Dark Matter - Michelle Paver
    9. Black Klansman - Ron Stallworth
    10. Thin Air - Michelle Paver
    11. Come Closer - Sara Gran
    12. The Wastelands - Stephen King
    13. Finders Keepers - Stephen King
    14. The Silent Patient - Alex Michaelides
    15. The Great Alone - Kristen Hannah
    16. The Nightingale - Kristen Hannah
    17. Dolores Claiborne - Stephen King
    18. Ararat - Chrisopher Golden
    19. My Best Friends Exorcism - Grady Hendrix
    20. Desperation - Stephen King
    21. Barefoot - Elin Hilderbrand
    22. Into the Wild - Jon Krakauer
    23. See What I Have Done - Sarah Schmidt
    24. Nantucket Nights - Elin Hilderbrand
    25. Hex - Thomas Olde Heuvelt
    26. Recursion - Blake Crouch
    27. The Regulators - Stephen King
    28. The Real Lolita: The Kidnapping of Sally Horner - Sarah Weinman
    29. Silver Girl - Elin Hilderbrand
    30. The Ritual - Adam Neville
    31. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (Complete Set) - Alvin Schwartz
    32. Roadwork - Richard Bachman
    33. Where the Crawdads Sing - Delia Owens
    34. Boy's Life - Robert McCammon
    35. Still Life - Louise Penny
    36. Ghostland: An American History in Haunted Places - Colin Dickey
    37. The Dark Half - Stephen King
    38. The One - John Marrs
    39. The Turn of the Screw - Henry James
    40. Revival - Stephen King
    41. This is Halloween - James A. Moore
    42. The Manse - Lisa W. Cantrell
    43. Dark Matter - Blake Crouch
    44. The Little Stranger - Sarah Waters
    45. The Haunting of Ashburn House - Darcy Coates
    46. Full Dark, No Stars - Stephen King
    47. The Institute - Stephen King
    48. Craven Manor - Darcy Coates
    49. Death Comes to Pemberley - P.D. James
    50. Dashing Through the Snow - Debbie Macomber
    51. Twelve Days of Christmas - Debbie Macomber
    52. A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens
    53. Summer Frost - Blake Crouch
    54. The Last Conversation - Paul Tremblay
    55. Emergency Skin - N.K. Jemisin
    56. Ark - Veronica Roth
    57. Randomize - Andy Weir


    I'm also currently reading Hark! The Herald Angels Scream, I'm probably a little over halfway through, so I might save the few remaining stories in there for next Christmas. And I have one more book in the Forward anthology from Amazon to read that I plan to read before the year ends to complete my list

    My favorite book of the year was Recursion by Blake Crouch. Runners up would be Dark Matter by Michelle Paver, The Great Alone by Kristen Hannah, and Lolita by Vladmir Nabokov.

    My favorite new authors were Michelle Paver and Darcy Coates. I really enjoyed both of Michelle's books and can't wait to read her new one. And I already have one of Darcy Coates winter ghost books lined up to read after the new year.
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    Heather, you really killed it with reading this year. I'm so proud...and a little jealous.

    Did you read any stand-out horror that you'd recommend?

    And funny you mention Hark! I bought it this year to read over Christmas but never got around to it. I did read Skipping Christmas by John Grisham, though, so I did get a little holiday reading it at least.
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    Well the last few are technically novellas so I'm not sure I can really count them so it's probably more around 50. And out of those 50 I think I only physically read 19, the rest were all audiobooks.

    I'm enjoying Hark! There's some good stories in there, but also a few blah stories so far.

    I would highly recommend Dark Matter by Michelle Paver, that's my favorite horror from this past year. This is Halloween by James A Moore and The Manse by Lisa W Cantrell were also both excellent and would highly recommend adding to your list for next Halloween. And Darcy Coates, I just discovered and have been loving her books. She does ghost stories.
    Only the gentle are ever really strong.

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    2019

    Snow Falling on Cedars - David Guterson *****
    The Nest - Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeny ****
    We Are Not Ourselves - Matthew Thomas ******
    Blaze - Richard Bachman ***
    The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini ****
    Crime and Punishment (RR) - Fyodor Dostoevsky *****
    Hamlet (RR) - William Shakespeare *****
    Station Eleven - Emily St. John Mandel ****
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    2012 List
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    2016 List
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    2018 List

    1. I Am Legend - Richard Matheson
    2. The Road - Cormac McCarthy
    3. Prisoner of Night - JR Ward
    4. Uncommon Miracles - Julie C. Day
    5. Blood Communion: A Tale of Prince Lestat - Anne Rice
    6. The Bear and the Nightingale - Katherine Arden
    7. The Wicked King - Holly Black
    8. On This, The Day Of The Pig - Josh Malerman
    9. The Binding - Bridget Collins
    10. The Silent Patient - Alex Michaelides
    11. The Moon-Bog - H.P. Lovecraft
    12. The Elementals - Michael McDowell
    13. The Bridges of Madison County
    14. The Time Machine* - HG Wells
    15. The Savior - J.R. Ward
    16. The Queen of Nothing - Holly Black
    17. The Invisible Man - HG Wells
    18. The War of the Worlds - HG Wells
    19. Red Dragon - Thomas Harris

    19-25 To be filled in at a later point
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather19 View Post
    I would highly recommend Dark Matter by Michelle Paver, that's my favorite horror from this past year. This is Halloween by James A Moore and The Manse by Lisa W Cantrell were also both excellent and would highly recommend adding to your list for next Halloween. And Darcy Coates, I just discovered and have been loving her books. She does ghost stories.
    Thanks! I added all those to my list.

    Dark Matter looks like it might be good for a "winter" read. Should I save it for a snow day?
    "Young girls are coming to the canyon / And in the mornings I can see them walking."

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    Oh most definitely! I read it in one day last winter when I was snowed in Thin Air by her is another good winter horror read.
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    1. The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum
    2. Endless Night by Richard Laymon
    3. Off Season by Jack Ketchum
    4. The Haunted Forest Tour by James A. Moore and Jeff Strand
    5. Offspring by Jack Ketchum
    6. The Traveling Vampire Show by Richard Laymon
    7. The Lost by Jack Ketchum
    8. Night in the Lonesome October by Richard Laymon
    9. Red by Jack Ketchum
    10. Joyride by Jack Ketchum
    11. Old Flames by Jack Ketchum
    12. Right to Life by Jack Ketchum
    13. Hide and Seek by Jack Ketchum
    14. Sick House by Jeff Strand
    15. Cover by Jack Ketchum
    16. The Summer is Ended and We Are Not Yet Saved by Joey Comeau
    17. Walking Alone by Bentley Little
    18. Goth by Otsuichi
    19. Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
    20. Neverland by Douglas Clegg
    21. Cari Mora by Thomas Harris
    22. The Hour Before Dark by Douglas Clegg
    23. Growing Things by Paul Tremblay
    24. It by Stephen King
    25. Brother by Ania Ahlborn
    26. Fear by Ronald Kelly
    27. The Institute by Stephen King
    28. Full Throttle by Joe Hill
    29. The Troop by Nick Cutter
    30. Ghoster by Jason Arnopp
    31. The Fowl Twins by Eoin Colfer
    32. Shadow School by J. A. White
    33. The Woman by Jack Ketchum
    34. Gorilla in My Room by Jack Ketchum
    35. A Warning by Anonymous
    36. If You See Her by Ania Ahlborn (currently reading)
    That's a pretty great list. How was The Fowl Twins? I enjoyed the original Artemis Fowl books - they were fun.
    Not as good as the original books unfortunately. I’ll still give the next one a shot.


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    Final tally for 2019
    1. The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum
    2. Endless Night by Richard Laymon
    3. Off Season by Jack Ketchum
    4. The Haunted Forest Tour by James A. Moore and Jeff Strand
    5. Offspring by Jack Ketchum
    6. The Traveling Vampire Show by Richard Laymon
    7. The Lost by Jack Ketchum
    8. Night in the Lonesome October by Richard Laymon
    9. Red by Jack Ketchum
    10. Joyride by Jack Ketchum
    11. Old Flames by Jack Ketchum
    12. Right to Life by Jack Ketchum
    13. Hide and Seek by Jack Ketchum
    14. Sick House by Jeff Strand
    15. Cover by Jack Ketchum
    16. The Summer is Ended and We Are Not Yet Saved by Joey Comeau
    17. Walking Alone by Bentley Little
    18. Goth by Otsuichi
    19. Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
    20. Neverland by Douglas Clegg
    21. Cari Mora by Thomas Harris
    22. The Hour Before Dark by Douglas Clegg
    23. Growing Things by Paul Tremblay
    24. It by Stephen King
    25. Brother by Ania Ahlborn
    26. Fear by Ronald Kelly
    27. The Institute by Stephen King
    28. Full Throttle by Joe Hill
    29. The Troop by Nick Cutter
    30. Ghoster by Jason Arnopp
    31. The Fowl Twins by Eoin Colfer
    32. Shadow School by J. A. White
    33. The Woman by Jack Ketchum
    34. Gorilla in My Room by Jack Ketchum
    35. A Warning by Anonymous
    36. If You See Her by Ania Ahlborn
    37. The Waking: Dreams of the Dead by Christopher Golden


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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    Final tally for 2019
    1. The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum
    2. Endless Night by Richard Laymon
    3. Off Season by Jack Ketchum
    4. The Haunted Forest Tour by James A. Moore and Jeff Strand
    5. Offspring by Jack Ketchum
    6. The Traveling Vampire Show by Richard Laymon
    7. The Lost by Jack Ketchum
    8. Night in the Lonesome October by Richard Laymon
    9. Red by Jack Ketchum
    10. Joyride by Jack Ketchum
    11. Old Flames by Jack Ketchum
    12. Right to Life by Jack Ketchum
    13. Hide and Seek by Jack Ketchum
    14. Sick House by Jeff Strand
    15. Cover by Jack Ketchum
    16. The Summer is Ended and We Are Not Yet Saved by Joey Comeau
    17. Walking Alone by Bentley Little
    18. Goth by Otsuichi
    19. Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
    20. Neverland by Douglas Clegg
    21. Cari Mora by Thomas Harris
    22. The Hour Before Dark by Douglas Clegg
    23. Growing Things by Paul Tremblay
    24. It by Stephen King
    25. Brother by Ania Ahlborn
    26. Fear by Ronald Kelly
    27. The Institute by Stephen King
    28. Full Throttle by Joe Hill
    29. The Troop by Nick Cutter
    30. Ghoster by Jason Arnopp
    31. The Fowl Twins by Eoin Colfer
    32. Shadow School by J. A. White
    33. The Woman by Jack Ketchum
    34. Gorilla in My Room by Jack Ketchum
    35. A Warning by Anonymous
    36. If You See Her by Ania Ahlborn
    37. The Waking: Dreams of the Dead by Christopher Golden
    Hey Cyber,
    Was looking for a Ketchum expert on here. Judging from your list you may fit the bill?

    I have yet to read him. I was thinking I would start with Off Season. Good idea?

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    2019 Read List - 15

    Ninth House - Leigh Bardugo
    Gwendy’s Magic Feather - Richard Chizmar
    Seed - Anita Ahlborn
    Brother - Ania Ahlborn
    The Institute - Stephen King
    NOS4A2 - Joe Hill
    Roadwork - Stephen King
    The Cabin At The End Of The World - Paul Tremblay
    Doctor Sleep - Stephen King
    The Shining - Stephen King
    Cari Mora - Thomas Harris
    Elevation - Stephen King
    Sleeping Beauties - Stephen King
    The Outsider - Stephen King
    Revival - Stephen King
    Wish List:
    Rage 1st/1st
    Goblin-Josh Malerman

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingfan2323 View Post
    Hey Cyber,
    Was looking for a Ketchum expert on here. Judging from your list you may fit the bill?

    I have yet to read him. I was thinking I would start with Off Season. Good idea?
    Yeah for newcomers I’d recommend either Off Season or The Girl Next Door.


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    2019 (final):

    1. Dune (began in 2018, finished in 2019)
    2. The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows
    3. Ghost Story by Peter Straub
    4. The Sum Of All Fears by Tom Clancy
    5. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
    6. My Mostly Happy Life: Autobiography of a Climbing Tree by Shelly Reuben
    7. Come Home. Love, Dad by Shelly Reuben
    8. One Year After by William Forstchen
    9. The Final Day by William Forstchen
    10. The Name Of The Rose by Umberto Eco
    -- (unnumbered) supplementary material (none of the novel itself) in the 10th anniversary edition of The Name Of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
    11. The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
    12. Mathematics: From The Birth Of Numbers by Jan Gullberg
    13. The Pearl by John Steinbeck
    14. The Exorcist
    15. A Game Of Thrones
    16. A Clash Of Kings
    17. The Centipede Press Library Of Weird Fiction: Arthur Machen
    -- (unnumbered, partial read) The Great God Pan And Other Horror Stories by Arthur Machen
    18. Beyond Belief by Brad Steiger
    19. Christmas Stories Volume I by Charles Dickens
    20. Christmas Stories Volume II by Charles Dickens
    21. The Greatest Gift by Philip Van Doren Stern
    22. A Christmas Carol
    23. The World Of Edward Gorey by Clifford Ross and Karen Wilkin
    Grasping for memories, searching for landmarks in fields once familiar

    He can’t recognise now, the hedgerows are gone, the blackbirds have flown, silencing song

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    Past Year Links:
    2018
    2019:
    1. The Honourable Schoolboy, by John le Carré
    2. The Fifth Season, by N. K. Jemisin
    3. Seventh Decimate, by Stephen Donaldson
    4. The War Within, by Stephen Donaldson
    5. The Obelisk Gate, by N. K. Jemisin
    6. The Stone Sky, by N. K. Jemisin
    7. Cardinal Black, by Robert R. McCammon
    8. Smiley's People, by John le Carré
    9. Outrage, by Vincent Bugliosi
    10. The Labyrinth of the Spirits, by Carlos Ruiz Zafón
    11. Cari Mora, by Thomas Harris
    12. Brother, by Ania Ahlborn
    13. The Haunting of Hill House, by Shirley Jackson
    14. The Hunter, by Richard Stark
    15. The Man with the Getaway Face, by Richard Stark
    16. The Outfit, by Richard Stark
    17. Parable of the Sower, by Octavia E. Butler
    18. The Institute, by Stephen King
    19. Thinking About It Only Makes It Worse, by David Mitchell
    20. Rosemary's Baby, by Ira Levin
    21. Parable of the Talents, by Octavia E. Butler
    22. The Mourner, by Richard Stark
    23. The Score, by Richard Stark
    24. The Jugger, by Richard Stark
    25. Gwendy's Magic Feather, by Richard Chizmar
    I hit my target of 25 books this year. But only by reading some very short novels – the Richard Stark novels, and Gwendy’s magic feather, for example. Other media has been attracting my attention, including this forum.

    I target in 2020 will be 30 books. We’ll see how it goes.

    HBJ
    “If you don't know what you want," the doorman said, "you end up with a lot you don't.”
    ― Chuck Palahniuk, Fight Club

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