Horror book lovers have two options when it comes to reading a great, scary horror book. You can purchase it in an easy to use electronic format or you can read a hard copy at home on your own, or to-be-readers, who are eager to learn more about this dark genre.
There are many audio books out there, both online and at retail bookstores. These books are available for download instantly and they are designed to keep you up to date with the current books that are in the market. With these audio books, you can hear the narration of the horror writer as well as the prose and sounds, making them more engaging than they would be through a hard copy.
The other option for a horror book lover is to purchase a paper book from an independent publisher. Although this book may not be as exciting as the audio version, these are still good value for money because they allow you to choose whether or not you want the author’s voice on the paperback, or if you want the novel’s words.
A common title that many writers choose to write under is “A Boy Named Sue.” This book has many different covers, depending on the book’s current popularity. For instance, the first edition of this book was in the edition of The New Yorker.
The second edition of this book, with its more disturbing cover, was published in 1995, which led many fans to wonder why the author included a cruder version of the picture in the book. In some cases, the books are more popularly known as “A Rape Lawyer”The Masochist’s Guide to Rape Law.”
Although some readers dislike this particular book, others say that it holds their attention. “Dark Tales” by Alan Dean Foster has a similar title, but it does not focus on violent crimes, instead focusing on the darker side of life, as shown through the eyes of an expert in forensic psychology.
This is a collection of chilling, disturbing tales of murder, rape, and necrophilia. Each of the stories in this book is short, about forty pages in length, and the reader can decide for themselves if the author’s language is powerful enough to keep their attention, or if the story is just too depressing to be read. The reader will not get a lot of scares from these books, but they will find their heart pounding from the descriptions of characters’ most disturbing nightmares.
It is for everyone who enjoys an entertaining yet unsettling read, regardless of age group. “Haunting Guest: A Family’s Nightmare” by Lynn Hendrix is one of the best books in this genre.