TTT: Most Anticipated Horror Novel Releases

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This Top Ten Topic is Most Anticipated Horror Releases For The Second Half Of The Year . Top Ten Tuesday is brought to you courtesy of the Broke and Bookish.  Unfortunately, not all of these are new releases. Some are re-releases. However, all of them are new to me. Let me know if you’re excited about any of these books, and share the your own list or link in the comments below!

Top Ten Most Anticipated Horror Releases (for the 2nd half of 2016)

The Night ParadeThe Night Parade by Ronald Malfi

 Release Month: July

Publisher: Kensington

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Why am I interested? Because it has a Bird Box feel, and Bird Box was freaking AWESOME!

 


Mirror ImageMirror Image by Michael Scott

Release Month: August

Publisher: Tor

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Why am I interested? Occulus.


The Ravenglass Eye The Ravenglass Eye by Tom Fletcher

Release Month: August

Publisher: Quercus

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Why am I interested? Because the synopsis brings to mind “From the Corner of his Eye” by Dean Koontz, and that was an exceptional book.

 

 


A Shadow on the Wall A Shadow on the Wall by Jonathan Aycliffe

Release Month: August

Publisher: Night Shade Books

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Why am I interested? Because it looks scary.

 

 


Dead Souls

Dead Souls by J. Lincoln Fenn

Release Month: September

Publisher: Gallery Books

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Why am I interested? Because it looks unique, and unique is good. Curious to see where the author goes with it.

 


Dark Entries Dark Entries by Robert Aickman

Release Date: September

Publisher: Faber and Faber

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Why am I interested? Because the synopsis hails him as a master of horror, and I’ve never heard of him.

 


Tuskers IIITuskers III: The Omnivore Wars by Duncan McGeary

Release Month: October

Publisher: Ragnarok

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Why am I interested? ITS THE APORKCALYPSE!


Only the Dead Know Burbank

Only the Dead Know Burbank by Bradford Tatum

Release Month: October

Publisher: Harper Perennial

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Why am I interested? Because it’s supposed to be set during the golden days of Hollywood classic monster movies, and I’m itching see how the author manages it.


The Feast of all SoulsThe Feast of All Souls by Simon Bestwick

Release Month: December

Publisher: Solaris

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Why am I interested? Because it looks like a twisted haunted house tale and I love a good haunted house tale.


Your Brothers Blood

Your Brother’s Blood by David Towsey

Release Month: December

Publisher: Jo Fletcher Books

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Why am I interested? Because there’s a ton of zombie stories, but very few told from the point of the zombie.

41 thoughts on “TTT: Most Anticipated Horror Novel Releases

  1. Man, I should have known better than to look at your list! I added 5 books to my TBR/wishlist and I already had 3 from the list on it. Just joking. Thanks for the recommendations. It’s not easy finding bloggers that mention horror books on a regular basis!

  2. Your Brother’s Blood looks pretty awesome. A zombie story from the POV of a zombie? Like, what the heck could be going in their minds?

    And definitely checking out Robert Eickman. I have no idea who the guy is too hahaha

  3. I’ve run into occasional Aickman tales in anthologies, and they’ve usually been good. I’ve long been interested in tracking more of his stuff down. Seems I’ll have the chance!

      1. And since Aickman died, in 1981, is known almost entirely for his short stories, and his collections have apparently only recently come back into print, there you go.

  4. Oooh, Your Brother’s Blood by David Towsey sounds like it could be really interesting! I’m not a big zombie person but I love stories told from perspectives they’re not usually told from, and you’re right that there’s very few told from the zombie’s POV. 🙂

  5. Wow! Hats off to you for being able to pick so many horror books for your highly anticipated list! 🙂 I am one of those few that have absolutely no guts to read a horror novel, and even if I did, I’d pity my husband for having to deal with my fear 🙂
    That said, I just might be able to muster up enough courage for The Night Parade..

  6. I wouldn’t say I was a huge horror book fan, but some of these sound really quite interesting. I love the sound of Only the Dead Know Burbank because I’m also really interested in the whole golden age of Hollywood so it may be the perfect one to start to see if I enjoy this genre.
    Also you managed to pick some good books for this week despite it being difficult for you! 😀

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