#1
Yeah...I'm lookin' for some good horror reads. Not really that picky, but I'd be really interested in stuff that is more related to the psychological fear then the threat constantly being presents.
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#2
I'm reading The Shining at the mo. Its pretty decent to say the least, but I'm reading it slow so I have something to do on the plane on saturday.
#3
The Shining, The Stand, Christine, IT, and Carrie.

All by Stephen King.
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#4
if you're into short stories you should check out stephen king's "everything's eventual". it's got 14 of them. There's some pretty freaky ones in there. But yeah..anything by stephen king more than likely should be good.
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#5
James Herbert, the British Steven King:
Read:
The Rats
Lair (Sequel to The Rats)
The Fog
Dark
Moon

But best of all (and not a horror book): Fluke
A man who dies and reincarnates as a dog, and he tries to find out why and how he died.
#6
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Yeah...I'm lookin' for some good horror reads. Not really that picky, but I'd be really interested in stuff that is more related to the psychological fear then the threat constantly being presents.
No H.P. I've read to much of his **** to count.


Damn, that was my suggestion.
#8
The Books of Blood

by Clive Barker
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#9
Harry Potter 2
The basilisc scared the shiet out of me!
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#10
Dean Koontz > Stephen King

try midnight, shadowfires, the taking, odd thomas or false memory
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James Herbert, the British Steven King:
Read:
The Rats
Lair (Sequel to The Rats)
The Fog
Dark
Moon

But best of all (and not a horror book): Fluke
A man who dies and reincarnates as a dog, and he tries to find out why and how he died.

Wow, you're like a book-twin of me! Fluke gives you so many things to think about. The Rats and The Fog are classics, I can't remember much of the others. Oh if Moon had the school? orphanage? at the end, that was great aswell.