Top 10 Tuesday: My Favorite Horror Stories

Each week, The Broke and the Bookish holds Top Ten Tuesday, a book blogging meme. It’s been quite a while since I’ve joined in, but I’ve decided to bring the feature back to the Monster. I always enjoy creating reading lists and discussing them in the comments sections. This week, I’m listing my favorite horror stories. Feel free to leave your suggestions and additions in the comments section, and go visit The Broke and the Bookish for more Halloween-themed book lists!

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  1. says

    I think you might have listed Frankenstein last year. I said I hadn’t read it and was going to try to get to it. I still haven’t read it but I did get it for my Kindle so I am one step closer. Maybe next year I can say I have read it!

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    • says

      I probably did—it does tend to get mentioned by me a lot. The story itself can be a bit difficult to parse, simply because it’s *so* reflective of its time, but the overall plot is just so good and so relevant!

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