For the 12/16/14 Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Read more on Riffle
Bird Box: A Novel by Josh Malerman
The latest read to be added to my top reads of 2014, this chilling horror debut is atmospheric and excellent! Highly, highly recommended to fans of dark reads.
1 / 10
Robot Uprisings by
An altogether fantastic anthology - especially good if you think technology is going to turn on you at any moment.
2 / 10
Abroad: A Novel by Katie Crouch
I've gushed so much about this one already but it truly is an amazing book. It's a slow burn and it is pretty disturbing.
3 / 10
Sinful Folk: A Novel of the Middle Ages by Ned Hayes
Yet another title whose praises I've been singing for some time now. It's historical fiction at its best!
4 / 10
Bliss House: A Novel by Laura Benedict
Another horror pick! This has been a pretty good year for horror reads in my house. Latest news with this one is that there will be at least two more titles centered around Bliss House!
5 / 10
Third Rail: An Eddy Harkness Novel (Eddy Harkness Novels) by Rory Flynn
This one is such a great thriller and I do hope that we'll be seeing more of Eddy Harkness.
6 / 10
Mind of Winter by Laura Kasischke
Another dark and horrific read - and another atmospheric chiller.
7 / 10
Three Souls: A Novel (P.S.) by Janie Chang
While this one is about death, it's not a horror :) It's a beautiful book about a soul trying to move on to the afterlife. Three Souls is rich in history and folklore.
8 / 10
White Space (The Dark Passages) by Ilsa J. Bick
See, lots of overlap. This is - you guessed it - another dark and twisty read. This one is also more than a little bit of a mind bender. It's definitely earned its comparison to INCEPTION for a reason.
9 / 10
Ex-Purgatory: A Novel by Peter Clines
Not only a favorite read of 2014 but a favorite series of mine (hubs loves it too). Thankfully there's to be at least one more installment as I'm not ready to say goodbye to Saint George and the others just yet.
10 / 10