The Return by Rachel Harrison
Never Turn Back by Christopher Swann
Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones
The Ancestor by Danielle Trussoni
Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
The House on Abigail Lane by Kealan Patrick Burke
Goodnight Beautiful by Aimee Molloy (🎧)
The Companion by Katie Alender
Cujo by Stephen King
Betrayal by Lilja Sigurðardóttir
Dark Harvest by Norman Partridge
Camp Slaughter by Sergio Gomez
Home Before Dark by Riley Sager
Malorie by Josh Malerman
The Switch House by Tim Meyer
Harrow Lake by Kat Ellis
Hallowe’en Party by Agatha Christie
The Grim Sleeper by Christine Pelisek (🎧)
18 books! (16 physical/2 audio)
Favorites: Mexican Gothic, The Companion, Malorie, Home Before Dark
I can’t believe that October has come and gone. Every year I save a ridiculous amount of books to specifically read during this time. I’m shocked by how much I was able to accomplish! I should note that there are a handful of novellas within this count, as you can see from the count, which makes my total number sound crazy high!
October was definitely a month that added a bunch of new favorites to my shelves! I found myself obsessing over haunted houses and YA horror, so get ready to see that trend continuing in upcoming months!
November is off to a weird start and I just finished my first book last night, which is pretty strange for me. I’m hoping to feel less stressed and start reading more in the coming days, but an uptick in work isn’t letting that look promising!
Have you read any of these? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
Cheers to November reads!
Interested in snagging a copy of any of these books? Check them out here:
CAMP SLAUGHTER: Amazon
Disclosure: A huge thank you to William Morrow, Harper Books, and Crooked Lane Books for sending me free copies of these books in exchange for my honest review.
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