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Stan Swanson (stans_swanson) | 6 comments What is your favorite horror novel of all time? Era and author do not matter. A list of your favorites will be published in a future issue of Dark Moon Digest. You can either post here or send an e-mail to darkmoondigest@gmail.com.

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Guido Henkel (guidohenkel) | 244 comments Bram Stoker's "Dracula"

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Scott Baker | 148 comments World War Z by Max Brooks

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Aloha | 4052 comments The Cannibal Within by Mark Mirabello

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Jason (darkfiction) | 3233 comments IT by Stephen King.

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Martha (hellocthulhu) | 65 comments Carrion Comfort by Dan Simmons.

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Melanie Jackson (melaniejaxn) | 17 comments Ghost Story by Peter Stroub.

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Tressa  (moanalisa) | 19935 comments The Stand by Stephen King

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Patrick (horrorshow) | 83 comments The Long Walk by Stephen King

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Amanda Lyons (amandamlyons) The Stand by Stephen King since Tressa already mentioned that one I'll also suggest Dreamthorp by Chet Williamson

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Terri (terrilovescrows) | 135 comments The Stand by Stephen King

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Steve Chaput (stevec50) FRANKENSTEIN by Mary Shelley

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mark monday (happy-end-of-the-world) | 531 comments The Passage by Justin Cronin.

although really my favorites are a sort of tie between It (but it's been mentioned), At the Mountains of Madness (novella not novel), and Declare by Tim Powers (has too many genres within in it to truly qualify as horror). The Passage is probably a strong second place with the above 3 being pretty equal.

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Moon The Jewel of Seven Stars, by Bram Stoker

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Adam Wilson | 220 comments Gerald's Game by Stephen King.

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Kasia (kasia_s) | 2741 comments Mod
Pet Sematary by Stephen King.

It made me give quastionable looks to my cat for a few days hehe

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Agent 99  (agent99formerlykd) Christine by Stephen King.

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Jerrod (liquidazrael) | 712 comments Josh wrote: "In Silent Graves by Gary A. Braunbeck"

Ditto, I purchased the limited hardcover entitled The Indifference of Heaven. Great book.

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Zombette | 545 comments Summer Of Night by Dan Simmons followed by The Long Walk by Richard Bachman (Stephen King)

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J (blkdoggy) | 135 comments Have to agree with Scott, definitely IT by Stephen King. Never liked clowns that book sealed it. Thought it was great using something that is supposed to be associated with good times and laughter and make it sinister.

Maggie the Muskoka Library Mouse (mcurry1990) The Shining by Stephen King

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Robert Kratky (bolorkay) | 320 comments In recent years, it would have to be a toss-up between "The Stand" and George R.R. Martin's "Fever Dreams"

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Ashley I have to say The Shining, too. :)

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