Winter Horror

We recently asked for some "Winter Horror" recommendations on Instagram and Twitter. Here's what lovers of horror said:

0hfortheloveofbooks: Ah "I'd say The Shuddering by Ania Alhborn."

ashmacreads: The "Winter People by Jennifer McMahon is a great one."

clairbearattack: "Peter Straub’s Ghost Story is perfect for anyone in New England/NY area."

Shane Keene: "ARARAT by @ChristophGolden, GHOST STORY by @peterstraubnyc, STRANDED by @BrackenMacLeod, THE TERROR by Dan Simmons, WHO GOES THERE (THE THING) by John W. Campbell Jr., SNOW by @RonaldMalfi, MIDNIGHT SUN by @ramseycampbell1, ALONE by @BrianKeene."

Lucas Graeves: "I liked Bone White by Ronald Malfi. It's endlessly cold, dark, snowy, and disturbing."

Kealan Patrick Burke: "A WINTER HAUNTING by Dan Simmons, GHOST STORY by @peterstraubnyc, LET THE RIGHT ONE IN by John Ajvide Lindqvist, MISERY by @StephenKing, NOS4A2 by @joe_hill, DARK MATTER by @MichellePaver, BONE WHITE by @RonaldMalfi, THE SILENT LAND by Graham Joyce, THE HUNGER - @almakatsu I could go all day. Yes, would also include STRANDED, and THE WINTER PEOPLE by Jennifer McMahon, and SNOWBLIND and ARARAT by @ChristophGolden, and WHITE by @timlebbon, and DREAMCATCHER by King and AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS by H.P. Lovecraft, and, and, and...

GingerNuts of Horror: "Who Goes There? by John W. Campbell Jr. Snowblind by Michael McBride Midnight Sun by Ramsey Campbell Xombies by Walter Greatshell"


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