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Old 02-13-2018, 08:19 PM   #440
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Actually just bought a handful of horror novels. The Call was one of them pretty fucking dark and gruesome. If there was an arguement for the demographic of Young Adult novels being subjective, The Call would be a great example.

Reading Hyperion by Dan Simmons which is a sci fi horror novel, and its pretty good so far.

I've read some creepypastas that were a lot of fun but wouldn't translate well or be nearly as scary on film.

Ubloo is one that comes to mind. Definitely check that one out.
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