Spring Horror Wrap Up

You may have noticed that I fed myself a steady diet of horror fiction in April. That's mostly because I love horror fiction but also because I signed up for Seasons of Reading Spring Horror Challenge. I managed to almost finish eight books which is a miracle for me! I may have to do this more often :)

The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor 3.5 stars
Cat Call by Steve Vernon 5 Stars
The Strain by Guillermo del Toro & Chuck Hogan 3 Stars
Afterage by Yvonne Navarro 4 Stars
Ararat by Christopher Golden 4 Stars
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde DNF
Everything That's Underneath by Kristi DeMeester 4 Stars
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness 5 Stars

Comments

  1. You did great! I really enjoyed this readathon and am thinking of doing the 2 week science fiction one in June. I like ones that don't have many rules!

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    1. Thanks, I actually read more than expected. I don't do well with rules either :)

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  2. You did great! I wish you luck on your next one.

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    1. Thanks, I usually fall down on these things but I managed to actually stick with this one for 30 days. I can hardly believe it :)

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  3. I've read some of these too. Great list. You know we don't need a challenge to devour horror books. LOL

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  4. Eight books is awesome! :)

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  5. oh how interesting to see A Monster Calls categorized as horror! That book undid me completely. I loved it too! Gave it a 5-star too! but I still shudder when I think about it. I don;t think I will never be able to reread it. Too close to home!

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    1. It's not true horror but has the monster element so I squeezed it in ;) It was a rough one to read and is definitely not one I'll be revisiting.

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  6. Overall you seemed to enjoy just about every book so you picked well!

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    1. Pretty much and I was smart enough (for once) to quit the one that was boring me :)

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  7. Woohoo! All year is the right time of year. :) That's a great list.

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    1. Yep, there is never a bad time to read horror!

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