Top 10 Scariest Books of All Time
This is the most brilliant book I've ever had the pleasure to read! It's amazing how much character development there is here, Stephen King is a genius! You really start caring and rooting for the characters, I though the Shining was the most horrifying book ever, till I read IT, thank you for the creeps and goosebumps King!
An amazing mixture of terrifying scenes with bouts of brilliant description and writing, characterization, and pure genius in the flow of the plot itself. It will forever haunt my dreams from time to time, a good souvenir from this massive journey.
It is fear. It is pure fear. Everything in this book revolves around fear. The reason this book was even made is to scare people. Also there is a sewer orgy.
The original movie was scary. The latest movie was scarier. The book was scariest by far. I've read other "scary" books like SL5 and Exorcist. IT is just on another level.
This is absolutely terrifying!
Redrum...Redrum...Redrum... Stephen King's third novel was definitely a true tale of horror, from the psychotic Jack Torrance as the tangible threat, hunting down his family with a croquet mallet, to the spirits of the Overlook Hotel as the hidden, yet frighteningly present threat, slowly driving the Torrances into madness.
The scariest scene is here's Johnny!
You see, if you bury your DEAD KID and he comes back and kills your best friend and his wife. Maybe, just MAYBE you shouldn't make the same mistake with your WIFE. But in all. This is a great book. Read it when I was 12.
Says bad words... don't like it
Sometime dead is better
Chilling and very original collection of short stories
Everyone's a book of blood
While the present tense may take a while to get used to ('Sterling looked down the empty corridor'), Thomas Harris' thriller is amazing and surprisingly terrifying, beautifully made into a suspenseful movie.
You're gonna need a bigger boat.
Not quite as terrifying as It, but this book (and the movie for that matter) are some of the most terrifying things that I have ever read.
This book is unlike anything Mark Twain has ever wrote.