Horror Reading Challenge 2016


I participated in the horror reading challenge last year, and ended up reading way more horror books than I had to for the challenge. But I love horror, so I want to participate in the challenge again. Like last year, I’m aiming for the highest level, “Horror Hounds”, which means, reading 16+ horror books.

The challenge is now hosted by Cornerfolds and Books, Movies, Reviews, Oh My!. If you want to sign up for it, please go here. And don’t forget to tell me you signed up so I can follow your progress.

By the way, this challenge has some gorgeous banners this year. I hope to earn them all!

I will keep this page updated with all the horror books I read for this challenge.

  1. The Incurables by Jon Bassoff
  2. The Torment of Rachel Ames by Jeff Gunhus
  3. Daughters Unto Devils by Amy Lukavics
  4. Asylum by Madeleine Roux
  5. The Girl from the Well by Rin Chupeco
  6. Sanctum (Asylum #2) by Madeleine Roux
  7. Catacombs (Asylum #3) by Madeleine Roux
  8. Elysium Dreams by Hadena James
  9. The Silent Twin by Caroline Mitchell
  10. White Bones (Katie Maguire #1) by Graham Masterton
  11. Tales of the Possessed by C. Torrington
  12. The Fall by Bethany Griffin
  13. Grimalkin Manor by Sherry Roit
  14. The Mistletoe Bride and Other Haunting Tales by Kate Mosse
  15. Gethsemane Hall by David Annandale
  16. The Leaping by Tom Fletcher
  17. Black Water Tales: The Unwanted by Jean Nicole Rivers
  18. Darkview: Psychosis by R.J. Bathgate & M.J. Hall
  19. Raven’s Peak by Lincoln Cole
  20. Something Wicked by Debi Chestnut
  21. The Night Parade by Ronald Malfi
  22. Passing The Torch by L.L. Sanders
  23. Little Killers A to Z by Howard Odentz
  24. Pay The Ghost by Tim Lebbon
  25. Revenge of the Wolf Two by Skyler Patterson
  26. Cinnamon Tea by Charles Campbell
  27. The Cabin by Natasha Preston
  28. Monsterland by Michael Phillip Cash
  29. Pretty Wicked by Kelly Charron


2014 Horror Reading Challenge


I love reading horror. Last year, I didn’t keep track of how many horror novels I read, and I’m hoping to change that this year by participating in the 2014 Horror Reading Challenge hosted by Midnyte Reader.

I’m planning to go for the highest level, “Horror Hounds”, which means I’ll have to read more than 16+ horror books.

If you’d like to sign up for this challenge as well, go here.

I will keep track of the books I read for this challenge here, in the sidebar and in monthly updates posts.

Here are the books I’ve read for this challenge so far. Links point back to the reviews.

  1. Dream of the Serpent by Alan Ryker
  2. Broken Sigil by William Meikle
  3. Menace by Gary Fry
  4. Buried Secrets by Gary Cecil
  5. The Fading Place by Mary SanGiovanni
  6. Dead Five’s Pass by Collin F. Barnes
  7. The Author by T.J. Blake
  8. The Woman in Black: Angel of Death by Martyn Waites
  9. Blood Kin by Steve Rasnic Tem
  10. Talking Walls and Cigarettes (And Other Dark Tales) by Erin Beck and Kelli Beck
  11. Nightcrawlers by Tim Curran
  12. Diaries of the Damned by Alex Laybourne
  13. Devil in the Corner by Patricia Elliott
  14. Marrow’s Pit by Keith Deininger
  15. The Unholy by Paul DeBlassie III
  16. Red Cells by Jeffrey Thomas
  17. Waking the Dead by Heather Graham
  18. DarkFuse #1 by Shane Staley (Editor)
  19. The Revenant of Thraxton Hall by Vaughn Entwistle
  20. Severed by Gary Fry
  21. Hell’s Door by Sandy deLuca
  22. I am the New God by Nicole Cushing
  23. The Unquiet House by Allison Littlewood
  24. Between the Devil and the Deep, Blue Sea by Genevieve Tucholke
  25. Ancient Enemy by Michael McBride
  26. Lake Thirteen by Greg Herren
  27. The Key to Everything by Alex Kimmell
  28. Numbers 16:32 by Brady Koch
  29. The Voices by F.R. Tallis
  30. Rogue by Greg F. Gifune
  31. Ash and Bone by Lisa Von Biela
  32. The Screaming Staircase (Lockwood & Co #1) by Jonathan Stroud
  33. Reaping the Dark by Gary McMahon
  34. Deadlock by Tim Curran
  35. Dark Father by James Cooper
  36. The Janus Legacy by Lisa von Biela
  37. Savage by Gary Fry
  38. Dollhouse by Anya Allyn
  39. Deceiver by Kelli Owen
  40. Relic of Death by David Bernstein

I read plenty more horror books in 2014 but I didn’t keep up with the challenge anymore, since I’d already long surpassed it. If you want to see all the books I read in 2014, please go to my reading log, I Heart Yearly Reads, for a detailed overview.