Wednesday 16 October 2013

IVM's All Hallow's Read recommendations

Since its inception in 2011, acclaimed author Neil Gaiman's All Hallow's Read has been a movement aimed at getting people to give each other scary books as a present for Halloween. This isn't, as the author states in his original promotional video, something to replace parties, trick-or-treating, or all the other daft fun associated with the day, but just a little something extra to promote not only reading, but horror as a genre of fiction.

It's a simple but noble idea and one that we at Intravenous Magazine give our backing to. If it is something that you would be introducing to your annual Halloween festivities, here's a few lists of recommended books to get you started. This is by no means an exhaustive or definitive list, just some varied suggestions for anyone who likes a good book.

Ten Classic Horror Novels For Adults:

Ten Horror Novels For Children/Teens:

Ten New Horror Novels In 2013:

If you want to find out more about All Hallows Read, you can visit the official website. We'd also love to know what your favourite scary books are, so why not give us your own ideas in the comments section for this post on our Facebook page.

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