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message 1: by Jon Recluse (new)

Jon Recluse | 12043 comments Mod
It's time for our February Group Read nominations.
This month's theme is Native American Horror.

We all know the rules, so start nominating!


message 2: by Paul (new)

Paul  Perry (pezski) | 10 comments Excellent. I'll nominate The Trickster by Muriel Gray


message 3: by Cassandra (new)

Cassandra  Glissadevil I nominate "The Nestling" by Charles L. Grant


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message 6: by Brian (new)

Brian | 7 comments I second Only the Good Indians


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Ana (amonto32) | 10 comments Savage by Mary SanGiovani


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Ana (amonto32) | 10 comments tapetum lucidum by sister slaughter


message 9: by Brian (new)

Brian | 7 comments *The Only Good Indians


message 10: by Marie Helene (new)

Marie Helene | 701 comments The Only Good Indians is not available yet (release date: May 2020)


message 12: by Tom (new)

Tom Mathews | 127 comments I nominate The Manitou, by Graham Masterton.


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message 14: by Felina (new)

Felina | 83 comments If we read The Manitou can we have a group watch of the movie. :)


message 15: by Melanie (new)

Melanie | 1656 comments Cynthia wrote: "I nominate "The Nestling" by Charles L. Grant"

+1 The Nestling


message 16: by Duncan (new)

Duncan Ralston (userbits) | 75 comments Anything by Owl Goingback - Tribal Screams was great from last year. Coyote Rage might be fantasy-ish, not sure.


message 17: by Brian (new)

Brian Rosenberger | 11 comments I 2nd.


message 18: by Latasha (new)

Latasha (latasha513) | 10840 comments Mod
Marie Helene wrote: "The Only Good Indians is not available yet (release date: May 2020)"

The only good indians is NOT out yet.
The only good indians is NOT out yet.


message 19: by Latasha (new)

Latasha (latasha513) | 10840 comments Mod
Duncan wrote: "Anything by Owl Goingback - Tribal Screams was great from last year. Coyote Rage might be fantasy-ish, not sure."

Tribal Screams


message 20: by Michael (last edited Jan 11, 2020 02:25PM) (new)

Michael J. (michaeljclarke) | 250 comments I nominate The Redning by Adam Nevill


message 21: by Tracy (new)

Tracy Robinson (tracy_reads79) Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubeshig Rice.


message 22: by Tracy (new)

Tracy Robinson (tracy_reads79) The Last Final Girl by Stephen Graham Jones


message 23: by Judy Cadena (new)

Judy Cadena | 83 comments Stolen Tongues
by Felix Blackwell

Stolen Tongues by Felix Blackwell


message 24: by Jon Recluse (new)

Jon Recluse | 12043 comments Mod
Michael wrote: "I nominate The Redning by Adam Nevill"

I believe The Reddening is British folk horror, not Native American.


message 25: by Ami (new)

Ami | 199 comments Breed by Owl Goingback Breed by Owl Goingback

It's been on my TBR list for a while now! I'd love to finally get to it! XD


message 26: by Latasha (new)

Latasha (latasha513) | 10840 comments Mod
Evil Whispers Evil Whispers by Owl Goingback jon, your review sold me on this one. I just read the first part.


message 27: by Judy Cadena (new)

Judy Cadena | 83 comments Thunderhead
by Douglas Preston

Thunderhead by Douglas Preston


message 28: by Latasha (new)

Latasha (latasha513) | 10840 comments Mod
Tracy wrote: "Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubeshig Rice."

Moon of the Crusted Snow


message 29: by Latasha (new)

Latasha (latasha513) | 10840 comments Mod
Tracy wrote: "The Last Final Girl by Stephen Graham Jones"

The Last Final Girl


message 30: by Kelly B (new)

Kelly B (kellybey) | 597 comments Another vote for The Manitou.


message 31: by Latasha (new)

Latasha (latasha513) | 10840 comments Mod
Judy Cadena wrote: "Thunderhead
by Douglas Preston

Thunderhead by Douglas Preston"


+1


message 32: by Judy Cadena (new)

Judy Cadena | 83 comments Latasha wrote: "Tracy wrote: "The Last Final Girl by Stephen Graham Jones"

The Last Final Girl"


I second The Last Final Girl.


message 33: by Judy Cadena (new)

Judy Cadena | 83 comments Latasha wrote: "Tracy wrote: "Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubeshig Rice."

Moon of the Crusted Snow"


And I also second the Moon of the Crusted Snow.


message 34: by Nicky نیکی (new)

Nicky نیکی | 1 comments Another vote for The Manitou.


message 35: by Jen_Ken (new)

Jen_Ken a.k.a....Jenny from the block | 31 comments I nominate Daughter of Smoke and Bone; scary stuff all.... can you dig this line......

A seventeen-year-old Prague art student named Karou leads an interesting life: she has blue hair that grows from her head, speaks a variety of languages, has three bullets in her stomach, and has been raised by creatures with human and animal features called chimaera. These are Brimstone, with lion legs and ram horns; Issa, with a snake's lower body, hood, and fangs; Twiga, with a giraffe neck; and Yasri, with a parrot beak. Kishmish, a crow with bat wings, acts as a messenger from Brimstone to Karou. Karou is often sent on missions to gather teeth for Brimstone, although she does not know what they are used for and why there are certain rules such as "no baby teeth" and "no rotting". In return she gets wishes; the higher the price, the greater the wish.


Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor and published by Hachette Book Group, an imprint of Little, Brown and Company.


message 36: by Kimberly (new)

Kimberly (kimberly_3238) | 5847 comments Mod
I'll nominate: Crota Crota by Owl Goingback , and Those Who Came Before by J.H. Moncrieff , Those Who Came Before


message 37: by Chandler (new)

Chandler | 151 comments I'll nominate Edgewise Edgewise by Graham Masterton


message 38: by Kimberly (new)

Kimberly (kimberly_3238) | 5847 comments Mod
Chandler wrote: "I'll nominate EdgewiseEdgewise by Graham Masterton"

I will second Edgewise by Graham Masterton .


message 39: by Pete (new)

Pete Kahle (petekahle) | 38 comments The theme is Native American Horror... yet half of these suggestions are anything but in that category

I also recommend THE TRICKSTER by Muriel Gray
The Trickster by Muriel Gray


message 40: by Latasha (new)

Latasha (latasha513) | 10840 comments Mod
+1 for Edgewise.


message 41: by Bekah (new)

Bekah B (bekahsbookshelves) | 3 comments +1 for Moon of the Crusted Snow


message 42: by Jamako (last edited Jan 12, 2020 03:03AM) (new)

Jamako (jann1k) | 167 comments I second Crota.

And I'll nominate The Wendigo by Algernon Blackwood!


message 43: by Cassandra (new)

Cassandra  Glissadevil I'll also vote for Evil Whispers.


message 44: by Cassandra (new)

Cassandra  Glissadevil Pete wrote: "The theme is Native American Horror... yet half of these suggestions are anything but in that category


Oooh, so you noticed.



message 45: by Jon Recluse (new)

Jon Recluse | 12043 comments Mod
Jen_Ken wrote: "I nominate Daughter of Smoke and Bone; scary stuff all.... can you dig this line......

A seventeen-year-old Prague art student named Karou leads an interesting life: she has blue hair that grows f..."


This is not Native American Horror....


message 46: by Kimberly (new)

Kimberly (kimberly_3238) | 5847 comments Mod
Jon Recluse wrote: "Jen_Ken wrote: "I nominate Daughter of Smoke and Bone; scary stuff all.... can you dig this line......

A seventeen-year-old Prague art student named Karou leads an interesting life: she has blue h..."


It's also "Fantasy"...not really Horror...


message 47: by Jamie (new)

Jamie Zaccaria | 151 comments Judy Cadena wrote: "Thunderhead
by Douglas Preston

Thunderhead by Douglas Preston"



+1


message 48: by Paul (new)

Paul Lyon (pauljohnlyon) Not heard of a lot of these (some great recommendations). Moon of the Crusted Snow piques my interest a great deal.


message 49: by Marie Helene (new)

Marie Helene | 701 comments Moon of the Crusted Snow

+1

(quoted as 'A First Nations Post-Apocalyptic Thriller', and maybe more SF than horror)


message 50: by Jon Recluse (new)

Jon Recluse | 12043 comments Mod
I nominate Charnel House by Graham Masterton


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