Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Keep You Up At Night

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BOO!!! Are you scared yet? If not, you’re about to be pretty soon! Halloween is right around the corner, which means that it’s time for a Top Ten Tuesday Halloween freebie theme. This week I’m sharing my Top Ten Books to Keep You Up At Night. Grab the nearest cozy blanket and switch on your flashlight, because you’re going to need it!

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What scary books would you recommend for this spooky season? What do you think of the books on my list? What are you being for Halloween??? Let me know in the comments section below!

Yours,

HOLLY

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25 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Keep You Up At Night

  1. Great choices!
    The Secret History, Wuthering Heights – two of my very favourite reads. And this reminded me that I am yet to read The Handmaid’s Tale, and I definitely need to add more Agatha Christie to my TBR.

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    1. The Handmaid’s Tale is such a brilliant (and unsettling) novel. I really need to reread it! I also need to add more Agatha Christie to my TBR, because I’ve only read a few of her works.

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    1. Animal Farm and the Handmaid’s Tale are both brilliantly unsettling reads. After flipping the last page of both of them I was simultaneously shocked and excited. I love endings that make me view things from a completely different perspective!

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    1. Edgar Allan Poe is my go-to author for this time of year– it’s perfect for both October and November, when the weather is turning dark and gloomy and cold. Thank you!

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  2. I still haven’t read And Then Were None and have made it all these years without the ending being spoiled for me. Until the other day … when I read another mystery book … and it totally gave away the ending!!! Grrr… lol. My TTT

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    1. OH NO! Spoilers are the absolute worst!! I think And Then There Were None is still worth reading, even if you already know the ending. Everything is laid out in such a clever and creepy way that it’s hard not to get sucked in.

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