Horror New Releases

Horror fiction is fiction in any medium intended to scare, unsettle, or horrify the audience. Historically, the cause of the "horror" experience has often been the intrusion of a supernatural element into everyday human experience. Since the 1960s, any work of fiction with a morbid, gruesome, surreal, or exceptionally suspenseful or frightening theme has come to be called "horror". Horror fiction often overlaps science fiction or fantasy, all three of which categories are sometimes placed under the umbrella classification speculative fiction.

New Releases Tagged "Horror"

The Hiding Place
Suspicious Minds (Stranger Things, #1)
Watch Hollow
The Owls Have Come to Take Us Away
Drop Dead Gorgeous
Break the Bodies, Haunt the Bones
The Rising: The Newsflesh Trilogy
More Walls Broken
Envy (Sins of Seven #6)
Rag: Stories
The Very Best of Caitlín R. Kiernan
The Worst Is Yet to Come
Immortal Hulk, Vol. 2: The Green Door
Black Wings
More Deadly than the Male: Masterpieces from the Queens of Horror
Die #3
It's Alive! It's Alive! (Goosebumps SlappyWorld, #7)
The Beauty, Vol. 5
Gideon Falls #11
Ice Cream Man #10
Bone Parish #7
A Cathedral of Myth and Bone
Doctor Who: Scratchman
Vultures (Miriam Black, #6)
Lipstick Voodoo (Kincaid Strange, #2)
Farmhand, Vol. 1
約束のネバーランド 12 [Yakusoku no Neverland 12] (The Promised Neverland, #12)
Fire Devil (Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper #11)
Fireside Chat with a Grammar Nazi Serial Killer
The Haunting of Henderson Close
The Same Deep Water as You
Die #2
The Haunting of Hillwood Farm
Monstress #19
Blossoms: 666 #1
Man-Eaters #5
Coyotes, Vol. 2
Stranger Things #4
Gideon Falls #10
がっこうぐらし! 11 [Gakkou Gurashi! 11] (School-Live!, #11)
Pop the Clutch: Thrilling Tales of Rockabilly, Monsters, and Hot Rod Horror
Ice Cream Man #9
Bone Parish #6
Regression #15

Darren Shan
Darren Shan City of the Snakes (The City Trilogy, #3)
His Favorite Horror: The master of macabre shares his favorite works of terror just in time for his new noir fantasy, City of the Snakes.
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Bram Stoker
Even if she be not harmed, her heart may fail her in so much and so many horrors; and hereafter she may suffer--both in waking, from her nerves, and in sleep, from her dreams.
Bram Stoker, Dracula

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
I do know that for the sympathy of one living being, I would make peace with all. I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other.
Mary Shelley, Frankenstein

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