Justin Cronin earned comparisons to other writers like Michael Crichton for developing his own world with creepy undertones. I do. Powered by Vocal © 2020 Creatd, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Passage is an ambitious epic that follows a girl abandoned by her mother at the age of six who discovers she has the ability to save the world. Darnielle writes with a nightmarish tension reminiscent of David Lynch's Lost Highway that gives this book a sense of loneliness. The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes (2013) All Rights Reserved. This decade we saw a resurgence of quality thrillers following a less than stellar 2000s. "The Ritual" (2011) by Adam Nevill. As I enter the hallway to my room, I quicken my steps in order to hopefully lose the ghost I seem to have present, or in my mind. Deep in the heart of Appalachia stands a crooked farmhouse miles from any road. The Koreans take horror/thriller to an entire new level with this absolute masterpiece. For more heart-pounding page-turners, check out our list of the best thriller books of all time . One of the best horror movies of the decade, based on Rotten Tomatoes scores, is one that many people missed out on. The 30 best films of the decade, ranked ... fresh storytelling and embracing the comic books' wackiness helped make the first non-white Spider-Man one of the best. The Shining Girls is a serial-killer novel unlike any other, as Harper... 3. One of the most frightening horror books of the decade tells the story of Vic McQueen, a young woman who tries to save her son from a supernatural killer that feeds off the souls of young children. This creepy novel by John Darnielle—also singer-songwriter of The Mountain Goats—takes place in the late 90s before the dot com boom. Being an avid horror fan myself, I am acutely aware of how rare it is these days to come across a horror film that actually satisfies my need for terror, shock and gore. Jemisin (Orbit, 2015 , 2016 , 2017 ) It’s rare to discover an author who can catalyze a reader’s laughter and fear in mere pages, but Machado succeeds again and again, placing herself alongside names like Angela Carter, Kelly Link, Helen Oyeyemi and Karen Russell when it comes to genre-bending fiction with a dark bent. Shirley Jackson, however, was no ordinary writer, and she takes the concept of the haunted house and perfects it. —Steve Foxe, Paul Tremblay’s first two horror novels, A Head Full of Ghosts and Disappearance at Devil’s Rock, refuse to coddle readers by confirming whether or not their central paranormal happenings happened. If you have yet to read anything by Kazuo Ishiguro, you need to immediately reconsider your reading priorities. The Best Horror Novels Of The Last Decade. The most important books of the decade, according to Vox staff. Sometimes this can be even scarier as it can get more under your skin. Is Fever Dream a supernatural ghost story or a cautionary tale of parental trauma? A monumental feat of multi-sensory descriptive writing too, that actually made me feel cold while under a warm duvet in a modern heated house. The Haunting of Hill House, by Shirley Jackson. I walk around my gloomy house feeling the shiver of a cold spirit following my every turn. The 15 Best Books of the Century, Thus Far Posted on April 3, 2016 in Featured Articles // 5 Comments It feels like it was just last week when we all woke in a collected state of paranoia. My parents would walk in on me watching my favorite ghost hunting show and scoff. All Stephen King Books, Ranked By Decade: 2011-2018 (so far…) Tracy Allen Master of Horror author Stephen King is the end all and be all for many genre lovers when they feel it’s time to sit back, relax and grab something terrifying to read. Authors Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor incorporate conspiracy theories and meditations on faith, love, and science into one of the most frightening horror books of the decade. Its finely cultivated sense of mounting fear and keen sense of haunting and claustrophobic atmosphere make this one of the best horror novels of the last decade. 50 Must-Read Contemporary Horror Novels brother by ania ahlborn. As I reach my door, I can hear it approaching; taking its time as it seems to be struggling to follow me. Considered by many to be one of the best horror novels written, The Exorcist chronicles the now-classic battle to save a young girl when she is possessed by a demon. We began with the best debut novels, the best short story collections, the best poetry collections, the best memoirs, the best essay collections, the best (other) nonfiction, and the best translated novels of the decade. Just don’t expect easy answers waiting for you once it’s over. Cutter, who writes his horror novels under a pseudonym, takes sick satisfaction out of describing the gory fates of almost every character in the novel, animal or human, providing respite only in the form of supplementary newspaper and research articles scattered throughout à la Carrie. This bone chilling novel about the discovery of a human body fused with half of a deer's body is a gritty, tense detective mystery. One of the best novels I've listened to in years. The Suicide Motor Club is a captivating road story that makes the violent gang likeable, but also villainous. They used to say that the interest would pass and I would move on to more important passions. Time to time recommendations, suggestions or even criticisms are always welcome from any good horror movie fan. McQueen is interviewed by criminal psychologists who don't believe her story about Manx and his supernatural underworld called "Christmasland." Best New Horror Books For Adults The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring (September 24) Taking place in Argentina, The Tenth Girl is a psychological thriller about an isolated finishing school with a legend living on its grounds. The title of Comeau’s previous novel would have worked here just as well: the gory killings are one bloody thing after the other, stacking up as a reminder that we’ve created a prolific genre around watching kids get murdered in inventive ways. Four unnamed scientists enter Area X, where plants and animals behave…differently. —Steve Foxe, Cannibalism remains one of the ultimate taboos, which is why the real-life tragedy of the ill-fated Donner Party is still such a potent inspiration for modern storytellers. A maniac employed at his bible camp has other intentions. While a majority of these supernatural books were written in the 70s and 80s, there’s a reason why they continuously make the cut in terms of pure horror. Set in Detroit, author Lauren Beukes captures the darkness in the corners of a decrepit city. Horror comes in many forms but when it is on the page it is truly the scariest king. Moulson is sentenced to life in prison, where the boy's ghost haunts her and encourages her to explore another world. Heldt and his boss become obsessed with the tapes as they try to figure out who is in the tapes and where it's being filmed. —Steve Foxe, The Troop is gross. The titles we’ve listed here can help get you started as we embark on the next 10 years, and in the meantime, we’ll begin looking for the next books we’ll need to make sense of the decade … I’ve read and loved many of Erdrich’s novels, which delve into an interwoven world of families in and around one fictional North Dakota Native American reservation, but I think The Round House is the best she’s written since her first, Love Medicine.At its center is a 13-year-old Ojibwe boy, Joe Coutts, whose mother has been the victim of a … The Graveyard Apartment is a fascinating look at the Japanese horror scene in the ‘80s and a welcome addition to this decade’s English-language landscape. This list includes 25 novels published in English for the first time between 2010 and September 2019, and we’ve limited it to one book per author. So, list your favorite thrillers in the comments below! Mavi, a Buenos Aires native, escapes there and enrolls as a new teacher. When the Anita Blake series first came out, I … —Jeff Milo, The Passage is often misrepresented as merely a vampire novel—or a zombie novel or a post-apocalyptic contagion novel—but it’s so many things at once. NOS4A2 was recently picked up by television network, AMC, to be developed into a new series next year. After much mulling and culling, we've come up with our list of the twenty best books of the decade. —Steve Foxe, The too-clever remark that wiggles its way into almost every review of Samanta Schweblin’s Fever Dream is that the novella’s title is incredibly accurate. The Cabin at the End of the World finds Tremblay teasing that question out nearly cover to cover. The rise of digital reading and dedicated imprints helped foster a novella boom, and marginalized voices made massive headways, especially in Young Adult literature and cross-genre mash-ups. As with many Japanese horror staples, Koike’s tale savors slowly mounting dread and vengeful ghosts. —Steve Foxe, Laird Barron is something of a horror author’s horror author, whose work in cosmic terror speaks to a subset of genre fans but goes unfairly overlooked by readers who think Lovecraft’s influence begins and ends with tentacled monstrosities. Langan’s narrative loops and swerves, but he sustains the voice of a secondhand tale told over a campfire and never loses sight of the shattering pain that comes with loss—the kind of loss that can drive men to do dark, terrible things. In the book’s unforgettable introduction, our protagonist travels down a river with black fabric knotted around her eyes, shepherding two similarly blinded four-year-olds, rowing their way to an uncertain sanctuary while any sound they hear could very well be one of these monsters sloshing ever closer to the bow of the boat. Eleven-year-old Martin is used to entrails—his mother does special-effect makeup for horror movies—but would like to keep his inside of his body. The 25 Best Horror Novels of the 2010s 1. For Jess Moulson, accused child-killer, the ghost may be her only ally in a fight for survival against the prison’s more aggressive residents—and her quest to do right by the spirit layers on surprising twists until the very end. Now, horror stories are becoming more tense, giving more of an unsettling, creepy feel. Every week there will be a new voting thread for a specific category. Alma Katsu, like Dan Simmons a few spots farther down this list, uses historical record as the basis for a supernatural thriller, as she empathetically fleshes out (no pun intended) the stories of desperate travelers crossing a deadly route in search of a better life. Although citizens are not allowed to leave the town, they try to discourage others from moving there. Proud mother of twins. But when she wakes up in the hospital and learns of a ten-year-old boy who died in the blaze she created, she becomes haunted by his ghost. Instead of glamorizing and romanticizing vampires like in Twilight, Christopher Buehlman captures the brutality of violence. Abby and Gretchen are best friends for life on the eve of the first Bush presidency…until Gretchen gets lost in the woods and comes back different. Killjoy’s prose is sharp, her characters fiercely modern and her grasp on folk horror unyielding. And in The Changeling, he folds in a dizzying brew of other nuanced themes, from post-partum depression to Nordic fairy tales to classism and immigration in New York City. Nevill’s tale follows a foursome of British pals hiking through the forests of Sweden, who soon come across unusual artifacts, a desecrated church and black-metal teenagers who are too into their mythological inspirations. In .css-u6hpqs-Italic{font-style:italic;}My Best Friend's Exorcism, two high school friends embark on an acid trip. 9.45 They even track the witch's whereabouts via a phone app called the Hex mobile app. The Passage boasts a meticulous attention to detail, effectively raising heart-rates as we follow characters who are being hunted by man and monster alike. Menu. Four strangers show up wielding unusual weapons and present the family with a horrible decision loaded with impossible stakes. Why try? Hex takes place in a small town in New York whose citizens are consistently haunted by the ghost of a witch. The voting threads will remain open for nominations and votes for the following … James in constructing the haunting, near-gothic atmosphere of a British women’s penitentiary inhabited by more than the living. Back into the dining room, I sat with three most important people in my life , all of us gathered at last- they deserved to be saved from their lives of torture of work. If the 2000s saw the genre begin to climb out of its sobering ‘90s slump, the 2010s found it flourishing in both the small-press realm and at major publishers, as authors like Joe Hill and Lauren Beukes reminded the big leagues that there is money to be made in scaring diligent readers. It has been a decade of ups and downs for the gaming industry and for horror in particular. It starts out soft at first, but soon it builds and you can clearly hear a baby’s cry. It’s not quite eligible for this list due to its original release date, but it still earns an honorable mention. I’ve attempted to round up Ten Must-Read SFF Books of the 2010s, but this list could have had fifty other books on it and they’d also be must-reads. 1: New Home This mystery explores a community in the desert and all of the spirits, ghosts, and angels inhabit it. Whether or not you appreciate Simmons’ (over)commitment to historical detail, this summit is worth undertaking. The floor boards creek under my every step, followed by the echo of my haunting shadow whom I never see. The man won the Nobel Prize for his contributions to literature, and I think that is enough of a resumé for one to recognise the cultural importance of his books. Here are the ten most frightening horror books of the decade. Last week we did "Best Short Story Collection of the Decade", which is still open for nominations and votes, and this week we are doing "Best Horror of the Decade".Process. After much mulling and culling, we've come up with our list of the twenty best books of the decade. Whether or not every book below can be neatly shelved in the horror section, they all thrilled, chilled and delighted us this decade. Bray is a sharp enough storyteller that these terrors would be satisfying enough on their own, but add in a bright-eyed radio star, a flame-throwing flapper, a smart-talking pickpocket, a pair of young brothers from Harlem, a pair of elderly witch sisters from Virginia, an antisocial dreamwalker from Chinatown, a terminally cheerful gay piano player from New Orleans, a cabal of international anarcho-socialists and a narrator deeply invested in interrogating the moral and contradictions baked into the story of America, and you’ve got the four-dimensional American horror experience of the decade. We've read a TON of great comics in the last 10 years, and we picked out the 100 best for you to passionately disagree with. The Song of Kali by Dan Simmons One of the best horror novels I have read. Melding the werewolf myth with contemporary Native American anxieties around belonging, generational trauma and colonialism, Jones hangs all of these lofty themes on a heartfelt coming-of-age story, as an unnamed young man looks forward to finally transforming into a hirsute beast like the rest of his fractured family. It was a beautiful day, as Veronica Foote was showing Clara Goodyear around the house. If you think the title gives away the book’s twists and turns, think again—and then read it for yourself, along with the rest of LaValle’s impressive bibliography. —Steve Foxe, If you’ve seen the well-received film adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer’s Annihilation but have never picked up the source material, you’re missing out on one of the most unique horror experiences of the last decade. Alex Garland’s film adaptation has some unforgettable imagery—the bear!—but the infinite canvas of imagination provided by prose gives way to more ambiguous, unsettling nightmares waiting to be discovered. Although Stoker did not invent the vampire, he defined its modern form, and the novel has spawned numerous theatrical, film and television interpretations. We think they’ll spook you, too. A group of residents living in a city with a vanishing population face a 100 year storm that seems to be cloaking a dark army – hell bent on … Translated from the original Spanish by Megan McDowell, the very act of reading this 192-page unfolding tragedy is disorienting, as Schweblin plays masterfully with unreliable narrators and withheld information. When they attack a woman and her family, the woman joins a convent that hunts vampires and seeks revenge. When Jeremy Heldt, a clerk at a video store in Nevada, discovers tapes featuring violent clips dubbed over a movie, he becomes suspicious of his customers. Abby, already an outcast in her swank private school, faces as much peer pressure as she does pea soup in her quest to cleanse her best friend’s soul. You do not have to agree with my choices, but if you choose to take a punt on Alden Bell’s The Reapers are the Angels, I hope you love it as much as I do. As the start of a trilogy, its scope is admittedly grand; this book chronicles 90 years in which colonies of healthy humans must fight against infected humans turned vampiric. It's worth noting, as you will see in this best horror … Horror games in particular have really gone through a boom in more recent years. But things take a turn when the two men encounter a man known as The Fisherman, who tells them horrifying stories that force the two men to reconcile with their pasts. Several popular scary books in the 2010s were adapted into successful feature films, such as Josh Malerman’s Bird Box and Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep. Protagonist Donald Miller is, like many of cosmic horror’s most famous protagonists, an academic poking at the edges of the unknown, but Barron doesn’t merely retread familiar ground. Much like Santa himself, Manx never forgets a child, and when Vic is too old for his tastes, Vic’s son will do. The Best of the Decade; Book Marks. When lead detective Gabriella Versado becomes intertwined with the case, she struggles to maintain the relationship with her daughter. The Round House by Louise Erdrich (2012). John Langan writes with an elegant prose that shifts from two different time periods while creating a sense of uneasiness. Beukes alternates viewpoints between detective Versado, a homeless man, and a struggling artist, giving a complete retrospective of the situation. The Fisherman begins as an innocent fishing tale about two coworkers dealing with the loss of their wives. As this decade comes to a close, however, we want to celebrate the horror novels that impacted us during the last 10 years. Set in the 1960s, one of the most frightening horror books of the decade details the adventures of a group of vampires riding in muscle cars across America. —Steve Foxe, From the serial killer ghost in the first book to the maligned spirits trapping people their sleep in the second to the possessed asylum doctor terrorizing his ward in the third, Libba Bray’s 1920s-set Diviners series delivers no end of unhinged ghosts and demons. However, there have been a fair few films that have stayed with me long after viewing for all the right reasons. © 2020 Paste Media Group. By Tyler Denning on March 2, 2020 in Best Thriller Book Lists, Crime Thriller Books, Mystery Books, New Book Releases, Police Procedural Books, Thriller Book Reviews, Thriller Reviews The 2010s was a decade chock full of amazing mysteries and thrillers. Every week there will be a new voting thread for a specific category. Indie author April A. Taylor burst onto the horror scene last year with her critically hailed debut novel, The Haunting of Cabin Green.After being the sole indie title featured on numerous Best Of lists, including PopSugar’s The 13 Most Chilling Horror Books of 2018, Taylor has returned with Sinkhole. Best horror books: the 35 scariest books of all time These are the best horror books to gorge on, the scariest books ever printed. Written from the perspective of Abby, we witness a first-person view of her best friend being possessed by a demon. We have now reached the eighth and most difficult list in our series: the very best novels written and published in English between 2010 and 2019. ... Shawn is also a published author, with a non-fiction book about the Stephen King Dollar Baby Filmmakers and has begun work on a new fiction series as well. Visit Shawn Lealos' website to learn more about his novel writing and follow him on Twitter @sslealos. Horror grandmaster Stephen King contributed in no small part to the upswing, thanks to a resurgence of interest in his back catalog and a steady stream of new releases. Warning: mentions of blood Horror fans in the early ’00s could not escape films with high amounts of gore. It is autumn 1981 when inconceivable horror comes to Blackeberg, a suburb in Sweden. It was a small, two bedroom one bathroom, brick house in Amityville, Pennsylvania. The horror genre has had a astonishing resurgence in popular culture within side the beyond few years. The list below is still dominated by straight white cis men, but the last few years give ample reason to expect that similar rankings will shift as more diverse voices get a seat at the terror table. ... A single mother and her child fall into a deep well of … Best Reviewed Books; BookMarks Daily Giveaway; CrimeReads. —Steve Foxe, The rural Nebraska life that Stephanie Perkins invokes in this contemporary Young Adult slasher is eerily on the mark; anyone with first-hand knowledge of being a teen in the wide-open country will feel unsettled long before high school students start dropping around new girl like bloody horseflies. The list is weighted towards science fiction, but does have healthy doses of fantasy and horror. But hey, sometimes in life, you gotta break some rules in order to expose others to fantastic reads. We all know how the actual Donner expedition turned out, but Katsu suggests an alternative explanation, in which a sinister presence just outside of the campfire’s light had something to do with the stomach-churning conclusion to the well-known story. It’s an amazing anthology spanning a decade’s worth of year’s best fiction, drawing on diverse subgenres and modes. “Horror” is a wildly subjective genre, and we invite debate over any and all lines we’ve drawn while assembling the list. See also: Most Rated Book by Year Best Fantasy Books of the 1980s Best Mystery Books of the 1980s Best Science Fiction Books of the 1980s Best Books by Century: 21st, 20th, 19th, 18th, 17th, 16th, 15th,14th, 13th, 12th, 11th, 10th, 9th, 8th, 7th, 6th, 5th, 4th Best Books by Decade: Building Stories by Chris Ware (2012). The movie retains many of VanderMeer’s central themes, but it doesn’t come close to capturing the overwhelming sense of the uncanny and the unknown the swallow up the his Southern Reach Trilogy of novels. This bestselling novel is one of the most frightening horror books of the decade. The best part of Chris Ware’s graphic novel is maybe the format: Instead of a traditional book, Building Stories comes as a box filled with pamphlets, hardcovers, newspapers, flip-books, and a folded-up board. Make your voice heard. As this decade — 2010 to 2019 — comes to a close, we decided to do just that and look back over ten years of horror cinema in order to celebrate the best of the best. Guilty Pleasures by Laurell K. Hamilton (4.02 avg rating; 125,029 ratings) Remember a time when the urban fantasy sub-genre as we know it today confounded bookstores? May 24, 2020 - A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay on BookBub. For more best of the decade book coverage, check out our lists of the best novels, best fantasy novels, best memoirs and best Young Adult novels of the 2010s. As I enter my room, I shut the door and lock it; the steps are now on the other side, unable to cross the barrier I've put up. They’d ask me why I focused so much of my time and energy on such a pointless topic. Last week we did "Best Short Story Collection of the Decade", which is still open for nominations and votes, and this week we are doing "Best Horror of the Decade". —Steve Foxe, Carmen Maria Machado’s debut short story collection defies genre labels—enough so that we’re making an exception to this list’s novel requirement. So by 2017, horror was all but inescapable: In the record books (It became the highest-grossing horror movie ever), at the Oscars (Get Out), on streaming (Gerald’s Game, 1922), and, of course, at your local theater, where Happy Death Day became a surprise hit. Cari pekerjaan yang berkaitan dengan Best horror books of the decade atau upah di pasaran bebas terbesar di dunia dengan pekerjaan 18 m +. I am cheating a little with this choice, because it was originally published in 2005, but then republished in 2010 under Vintage Books. Basically a horror science-fiction focused on a scientific research vessel setting out to the Mariana Trench to find out what happened to an entertainment crew a few years before. The Croning opens with a savage new spin on the Rumpelstiltskin myth, and that’s hardly the last surprise Barron has in store for readers in this unpredictable, rewarding read. When McQueen's son is abducted, she alerts the police, who try to stress that the killer, Charles Manx, is already dead. —Steve Foxe. Of all the novels on this list, Savaging the Dark may be the scariest if only because of its plausibility. When I define best of the decade, I like to think it is for those that had one of the largest … By Marc Chacksfield. So I decided to list some of the best thrillers since 2010. Terrifying throughout its suspenseful crescendos, it combines the disorientation of 28 Days Later, the life-or-death urgency of The Walking Dead and even some of the superhuman dazzle of X-Men. 4. The Best of the Best Horror of the Year, edited by Ellen Datlow We’ve talked about Best of the Best Horror before, and with a name like that, there was little chance of it not ending up on this list. The following books were chosen after much debate (and several rounds of voting) by the Literary Hub staff. Conlon’s narrator, Mona Straw, slowly unravels while carrying out an affair…with her 11-year-old student. The very best crime thriller books of the 2010s! Cosmic horror is too often a bloated, derivative subgenre; the novel features nesting stories, jumping through time; and the central emotional heft relies on men grieving women who have little autonomy of their own. As recommended by BuzzFeed Community members. 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