2017 Horror Reading Challenge February Linkup

It’s time for our 2nd monthly update for the 2017 Horror Reading Challenge currently being hosted by Sci-Fi & Scary.

At the bottom of this list will be a linky.  Feel free to linkup to the page you’re monitoring all your book challenges on (or, alternately, I believe you can leave a link to each individual review once they’ve been posted on your site.) Linky will stay open for submissions until March 14th

**note: The 2017 Sci-Fi Reading Challenge February Linkup will be posted at 1:30 PM EST**

How we’re doing:

GracieKat13 has read: Human Again, Skin Deep/Ordinary Monsters, The Lovecraft Squad, Apex Predator, The Haunting, At the Cemetary Gates, Upside Down: Inverted Tropes in Story-telling.

Favorite:  My favorite for this month would be Upside Down. Again, it had a really good mix of different types: Fantasy, Science Fiction and Horror. Even though some of them didn’t highlight their specific tropes very well, each story was unique and well-written.

Lilyn has read: Patient Zero (re-read), Zombie Bigfoot, The Harvesting, The Devil Crept In, Hellfire

Favorite: Patient Zero. The other books were all great, but Patient Zero is just an amazing listen and I utterly love Joe Ledger and crew.

How YOU Doin’ for the 2017 Horror Reading Challenge?

Neophyte Badge for The 2017 Horror Reading ChallengeNervous Neophytes: You signed up to read up to 7 books. How’s it going? Have you read your 1st book yet? What did you think of it or what are you going to read?

 

 

 

Initiate Badge for The 2017 Horror Reading ChallengeIntrepid Initiates: You signed up to read 8-15 books. I hope you’ve read at least 2 by now.  If you haven’t what are you planning on reading?

 

 

 

Oracle Badge for The 2017 Horror Reading ChallengeOmniscient Oracles: You’ve signed up to read 16-25 books. You should have read 4 or 5 by now. Has there been one that’s made you shudder yet?

 

 

 

 



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