We all love horror movies, but whose a fan of horror books? I read alot of them and write now I'm working my way through Jonathan Maberry's Pine Deep Trilogy that begins with Ghost Road Blues. Check it out as all 3 are great reads. Any other books suggestions?
Kirkman's Walking Dead is great. I've read the first 5 combined volume sets but haven't read the rest. World War Z is a great book, also the Monster trilogy by Wellington Monster Island, Nation, Planet. Another good zombie book that I like by is hard to find is Day by Day Armageddon.
I read a lot of horror (mostly extreme horror and splatterpunk). The number of books I read in a year probably excedes the number of movies I watch per year. I need a life, lol. Here's a few of my favorite authors, along with some of my favorite books written by that author, if anyone is interested.
*Warning* Might contain explicit language and disturbing content. Sorry if I offend anyone!
Edward Lee- My favorite is probably The Bighead. This is probably one of the most f*cked up books I've ever read. I loved it. An inbred homicidal pervert with a head the size of a watermelon and a 14 inch pecker stars in this gem. He isn't even the worst character in the book. You can't even imagine what the other characters are up to. Rape, murder and brain-eating. What a great book. It's not for everyone.
Richard Laymon-I enjoy just about all of his books. The Beast House is a good beginning.
. Jack Ketchum-Same with Ketchum. I love just about everything he's written. His books haven't quite made a great adaptation to the big screen, though, IMO. (The Girl Next Door, Red, and Offspring). The books were great, movies, not so much.
Brian Keene- One of my favorites is Dark Hollow . It has everything you need in a good book: beasteality, oral sex on a mystical creature, missing women, and a flute. Keene writes a lot of zombie books. He also wrote a book called Castaways that was pretty good. It's about a survivor-like cast for a reality show trapped on an island with crazy cannabilistic pygmy rapists. It's a good read.
Brian Smith-Freakshow (this one is insane, but great), House of Blood, Depraved
Edward Levy- The Beast Within
Douglas Clegg-Halloween Man
Jack Kilborn- Afraid
David Moody-Hater=This book is being made into a movie produced by Guillermo del Toro and directed by the guy that did Narnia. Based in England, it is about individuals who turn into crazed killers for no apparent reason and viciously kill innocent people. I'm not really sure what they are going to do with the movie. I felt it to be a little bland, but it is an interesting story and a quick read.
Ray Garton-Ravenous (great little werewolf book)
Nate Kenyon-Sparrow Rock
James Herbert-The Fog, The Dark
I'll try to post more when I can think of them......
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