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Former Group Read Suggestions > June Suggestions - Horror (indie)

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message 1: by Rea, Ghost (new)

Rea | 1992 comments Mod
We're running two themes each month. The themes are picked at random. Horror was the second theme picked.

We're trying something a bit new for June. We're looking for suggestions of horror titles by indie authors.

Over to you!


Christie Rich | 26 comments I think this falls under horror. I loved this book!

The Forever Girl  Sophia's Journey (Forever Girl, #1) by Rebecca  Hamilton


Wendy Unsworth (Mamahathaway) | 82 comments This is a very good and interesting horror set in an English town. It was written by one of our Basically Books members - so not sure if it qualifies? It's a great read, though!
Burnfield
Burnfield by M.D. Eyre


Nicole (shareAread) | 17 comments Christie wrote: "I think this falls under horror. I loved this book!

The Forever Girl  Sophia's Journey (Forever Girl, #1) by Rebecca  Hamilton"


I want to read that one too Christie!


Pigletto I'll nominate:

Todd Brabander

either The Old One by Todd Brabander or The Trees

and Glen Krisch

either Where Darkness Dwells by Glen Krisch or The Nightmare Within by Glen Krisch


Christie Rich | 26 comments Nicole Marie wrote: "Christie wrote: "I think this falls under horror. I loved this book!

The Forever Girl  Sophia's Journey (Forever Girl, #1) by Rebecca  Hamilton"

I want to read that one too Christie!"


I loved it!


Mallory Heart Reviews (Ever-Haunted_Ever-Reader) | 21 comments Stage Whispers  The Collected Timmy Quinn Stories by Kealan Patrick Burke or The Name of the Star (Shades of London, #1) by Maureen Johnson. Burnfield made me think of the latter, and I've added it (Burnfield) to my TBR now.


Wendy Unsworth (Mamahathaway) | 82 comments Mallory Anne-Marie wrote: "[bookcover:Stage Whispers: The Collected Timmy Quinn Stories] or The Name of the Star (Shades of London, #1) by Maureen Johnson. Burnfield made me think of the latter, and I've added it (Burnfield) to my TBR now."

I really enjoyed Burnfield! Burnfield by M.D. Eyre and I will add The Name of the Star (Shades of London, #1) by Maureen Johnson (Looks great!) to my TBR .


message 9: by Ashley (last edited Apr 13, 2012 10:51AM) (new)

Ashley (ashleyc29) | 32 comments How about Feed by Mira Grant?

Feed (Newsflesh Trilogy #1) by Mira Grant


message 10: by Rea, Ghost (new)

Rea | 1992 comments Mod
The Name of the Star isn't indie, so we won't be putting that one in the poll, but I like the looks of all the others!

Vampire Shift  (Kiera Hudson, #1) by Tim O'Rourke is on Amazon's horror list but it's not been shelved very often as horror on GR so I'm not sure.

Jenny Pox (The Paranormals, #1) by J.L. Bryan is supposed to be very good.


message 11: by Melissia (last edited Apr 20, 2012 05:11AM) (new)

Melissia (melissia501) Ashley wrote: "How about Feed by Mira Grant?

Love this book! Just getting ready to start the second one. Great suggestion!



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