The season of horror and fear is on the way. Although this celebration is mainly celebrated in the US, it becomes somehow trending in the latest years. Here is a five-booklist for the Halloween season.
Tiny Nightmare: Very Short Stories of Horror
This easy-to-read and catchy book could be one of the most suitable for Halloween. This fiction included dozens of short stories. It also could be great for bedtime.
All stories took place in a spooky, Halloween-decorated setting.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz
This classic trilogy is known for its fearful mood and scary vibes. It also carries ghostly illustrations in black and white which makes it suitable for adults.
The House Next Door by Anne Rivers Siddons
Released in 1978, this novel can attract the reader to several unwanted realms of blackness, and darkness. It is also full of toxic scenes, and a spooky mood.
Get in Trouble: Stories by Kelly Link
This amusing collection of stories would take your mind and soul into several trips to imagined, fictional worlds. The connecting link between the stories is the horrifying atmosphere and haunting mood.
There are dozens of parallel temporal and spatial dimensions which take the events to un-predicted sequences.
The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson
This novel could be the most Halloween-like selection on the list. It presents to the reader all significant features of Halloween including curses, witches, devils, demons, death, and voices of the dead.
It narrates the story of Immanuelle Moore who is born in a religious community. Her community curses her as her mother died by her birth. She shows a great amount of supernatural powers and mysterious darkness.