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I just read a pretty good '80's horror story called Midsummer by Matthew Costello.
I never got into Dean Koontz myself. His writing gets on my nerves. I guess Intensity (touchstone bringing up the wrong book?) was okay...
Any other suggestion?
My favorite horror novels, though, are the Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice. Absolutely unbelievable, and some of them--particularly Queen of the Damned and Memnoch the Devil--are scary as hell. (In the case of Memnoch, perhaps literally...)
I've bought all of Scott Nicholson's books since I enjoyed The Red Church so much. Thing is, he hasn't been able to match that one.
I did really groove on The Harvest, but didn't much like The Manor. Not sure why really. It's gotten such good reviews. I don't know. Maybe I should try it again.
Anyway, since I couldn't get into The Manor I skipped The Home (still bought it though) altogether.
I did read The Farm. It wasn't great, but I liked it better than The Manor.
They Hunger does look REALLY great and I guess I should give The Home a chance...
I've only read They Hunger, but enjoyed it so much that now I'm interested in back-tracking my way through his career. I hadn't heard of him until he'd introduced himself to my Myspace account one day a couple of months back. I'm guessing he picked me off of another authors fan page while pimping his latest. I was really impressed with the book and I can't recommend it strongly enough. If you've liked his other works you really should give this one a shot. It's an easy faced paced read with a different take on vampires that'll just blow you away. At the very least it'll make you rethink nature hikes. ;)
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If you havent read "Boy's Life" by Robert McCammon, I highly recommend it.
An allegorical horror story.
A psychological/philosophical thriller.
A must-read for every man.
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