3 best CJ Tudor books

CJ Tudor books

The horror genre is usually a watering hole for writers of all kinds of satellite genres who from time to time immerse themselves in this narrative of hells and darkness materialized between us. So cases like those of the British CJ Tudor or the American JD Barker (abbreviations like ...

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3 best Edgar Allan Poe books

In certain writers you never know where reality ends and legend begins. Edgar Allan Poe is the quintessential cursed writer. Cursed not in the current snobbish sense of the term but rather in a deep meaning of his soul ruled by hells through alcohol and ...

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4 best vampire books

Bram Stoker can be considered to be the father of the vampire genre. But the truth is that his transmutation of the already existing Count Dracula as the origin of his masterpiece distorts that authorship. In the end, it can then be thought that it was Dracula himself who indirectly used Stoker to ...

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5 best zombie books

It was the 90s and on Sunday morning the zombies of the afternoons strangely coexisted with the early risers of the first mass. And nothing happened, each one continued on their way as if they could not see each other (perhaps because religious people do not have brains with ...

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3 best Anne Rice books

Anne Rice is a singular writer, repeatedly a world bestseller but always subject to emotional ups and downs associated with her spirituality and with a clear impact of it on her work. In a busy life, with different stages inside and outside of religion, Rice has been reconverting to inner necessity. ...

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Best horror novels

Terror as a literary space is marked with that infumable subgenre band, halfway between the fantastic, science fiction and crime novels. And it will not be that the matter is irrelevant. Because in many aspects the History of the human being is the history of their fears. ...

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Blood Rules, by Stephen King

The thing of packing four short novels under the same creative umbrella already comes from old in a Stephen King that in the absence of more stories with which to cover his time gained to the fourth dimension or the devil himself, he manages as he can with his overwhelmed imagination. I say what ...

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The Sixth Trap, by JD Barker

Today's horror genre finds its most efficient preacher in JD Barker. Because under the first appearance of black genre, we end up discovering in the trilogy that closes with this sixth trap a volume made an investigative thriller in which the investigated is the devil himself. Because …

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