What is the scariest book you have ever read?
It can be a character, setting,or theme just anything contributes to making the story scary to you.
the haunting is a real stories of people whom see dead people.
‘GLORY IN TRIBULATIONS’
You may think as I thought what a bold title, read on to find out why this could be the only title appropriate for this chapter. In the scriptures we liken Israel to be like the Christians today, Exodus chapter 1:verses7-10 and the children of Israel were fruitful, and increased abundantly, and multiplied, and waxed mighty; and the land was filled with them. Now the there rose a new King over Egypt, which knew not Joseph and he said unto his people, Behold, the people of the children of Israel are more and mightier than we: (there was some fear attached)
The Shining by Stephen King......................................
"The Exorcist" - I was not able to sleep with the lights out for weeks.
The Ice Man by Philip Carlo.........was one book I couldn't put down but I couldn't eat for 3 days afterwards. Really gruesome to say the least.
A book about the Amityville Horror. It was supposed to be a historical account. I couldn't finish it. Didn't even like holding it. Threw it away, I think.
stephen king's "pet cemetery"...and also one called "ghost", but I'm not sure of the author. pet cemetery made the short hairs on the back of neck stand on end.
"It" by Stephen King
That clown still lingers around the corner - I actually dropped the book a few times not wanting to finish it.
The Bible - specifically the following:
Numbers - 31: 1-54
Judges - Chapters 19 and 20
1 Samuel - Chapter 18: 25-27
2 Kings - Chapter 2: 23-24
Read them for yourself.
Intensity by Dean Koontz. It is a terrible and frightening story!
Books (or most anything for that matter) don't actually scare me. But some good horror literature includes Stephen King (obviously), H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker, Charles Baudelaire, Edgar Allen Poe, and so, so many more...
Among the books I've read, I'd say the last book of the Bible - the book of Revelations.
by sarahsherlock 7 years ago
I decided at the beginning of this year that I would read more but I do believe that, like wine, life is too short to read bad books!I have recently purchased the kindle app on my iphone and am keen to purchase but I can't see the wood for the trees!
by LearnFromMe 6 years ago
Have you ever read a book that you just couldn't put down? What book and why?
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
Ghost Story, by Peter Straub. I've read tons of horror and suspense, but this one uses psychological terror that made me begin to doubt my own mind. The movie sucked, however.
by Laura Ginn 6 years ago
I have just finished reading 'The Shining' by Steven King and whilst I must say it is an absolutely fantastic book, it is also the scariest book I have ever read! I'm not sure whether I will be able to sleep for a few nights it has freaked me out so much!What is the scariest book you have...
by Faith Reaper 3 years ago
What is the most memorable opening line you have ever read?Whether literature, flash fiction, creative writing, poetry, novel or in anything you have ever read, what is the most memorable opening line? Thank you for sharing!
by Dean Traylor 2 years ago
What was the name of the worst book you've ever read?Some people point to Moon People. Others mention the numerous post-apocalyptic "Survivalist" tales. Either way, there are tons and tons bad books out there. What's your least favorite?
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