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October 2, 2015

October TBR | Creeptastic Reads

Can you believe it’s already October? At the same time, it’s finally October! Tis the season to pull out all those creepy books we’ve been saving all year. It’s also time for my annual Creeptastic Reads event! This year I’m hoping to knock out a little bit of everything in the mystery genre. I’ll try to keep the blog up to date as I finish them. Below are some of my options for the month!

Some adult…

You (You, #1)
You by Caroline Kepnes

New releases…

We'll Never Be ApartThe Dead House
We’ll Never be Apart by Emiko Jean and The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich

The Original Psychological Thriller…

Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

A little bit of everything…

Slasher Girls & Monster Boys
Slasher Girls and Monster Boys Anthology by a ton of awesome authors

Middle Grade...

Warren the 13th and The All-Seeing Eye
Warren the 13th and The All-Seeing Eye by Tania del Rio and Will Staehle

I know a lot of you are hoping to read some mysteries this month. What’s on your tbr? Have you read any of the ones on my list?


  1. You by Caroline Kepnes is the perfect pick. I read it one night when I was home alone, and I was terrified lol. It makes you look at the internet in a totally different light. I only ended up giving it 3 stars because of the ending, but I've seen a lot of people love it. I hope you enjoy it :).

    Sarah @ The Reading Petal

    1. I'm currently reading it and it's so terrifying. The fact that it could actually happen is even scarier than any ghost lol.

  2. I want to read You by Caroline Kepnes so bad! It sounds like the perfect creepy read!

    Sarah xx
    Sarah's Chapter

    1. You should pick it up! But have a lighter read going at the same time. It's definitely dark and creepy.

  3. I read The Dead House and it started off more psychological thriller but it did turn into something pretty creepy. I've been wanting to read You since I've been hearing such good things about it. Great TBR!