Top Ten Horror Novels and Stories

Heading 1

It - Stephen King: Well deserved. A brillant and scary story alongside with a smart narrative and great characters makes this one of the finest novels by Stephen King.

The Tell-Tale Heart - Edgar Allan Poe: It's about a person killing an old man for dat EVIL EYE by suffocating.

Misery - Stephen King: Each of his books are horrifying, but they also tell a fascinating story, which most authors have problems with. They will make a story that is horrifying very boring to read.


The Black Cat - Edgar Allan Poe: The Black Cat" is a famous short story from horror-master Edgar Allan Poe.

Cujo - Stephen King: In fact, it already has. It is not one of those books where you read it, and say, "That could never happen..." The night I finished reading it

They Thirst - Robert McCammon: The book details the relentless possession of Los Angeles by vampires, who quickly transform the city into a necropolis with the intent to conquer the entire world.


The Pit and the Pendulum - Edgar Allan Poe: Imagine yourself being strapped to a chair, and a Pendulum is slowly.


Pet Semetary - Stephen King: Pet Sematary is a 1983 horror novel by American writer Stephen King. The novel was nominated for a World Fantasy Award for Best Novel in 1984.


Incarnate - Ramsey Campbell: Molly, a young television production assistant, and her lover, Martin, struggle for survival against a monstrous


It was Laymon's first published novel, and together with sequels The Beast House, The Midnight Tour, and the novella Friday Night in Beast House