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Halloween Books 2020

This weekend it is Halloween so I have written a blog post with a set thrilling books to read for this years home edition.

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The books are sorted in alphabetical order by title and followed by the year of publication and the author of the book.

  • A Cosmology of Monsters [2019] – Shaun Hamill
  • A Discovery of Witches [2011] – Deborah Harkness
  • A Monster Calls [2011] – Patrick Ness
  • And Then There Were None [1939] – Agatha Christie
  • City of Ghosts [2018] – Victoria Schwab
  • Coraline [2002] – Neil Gaiman
  • Enclave [2011] – Ann Aguirre
  • Girl Z [2013] – Christine Verstraete
  • Magic Lessons [2020] – Alice Hoffman
  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children [2011] – Ransom Riggs
  • Nightbooks [2018] – J.A. White
  • Pumpkin Everything [2018] – Beth Labonte
  • Pumpkin Heads [2019] – Rainbow Rowell
  • The Bone Houses [2019] – Emily Lloyd-Jones
  • The Complete Stories and Poems [1849] – Edgar Allan Poe
  • The Devouring [2008] – Simon Holt
  • The Halloween Tree [1972] – Ray Bradbury
  • The Harvest Festival [2013] – Jack Gallow
  • The Haunting of Brynn Wilder [2020] – Wendy Webb
  • The Haunting of Hill House [1959] – Shirley Jackson
  • The Invited [2019] – Jennifer McMahon
  • The Once and Future Witches [2020] – Alix Harrow
  • The Raven Boys [2012] – Maggie Stiefvater
  • The Wicked Deep [2018] – Shea Ernshaw
  • The Year of the Witching [2020] – Alexis Henderson

Which books have you already read from this list?

Enjoy reading!

Loves from Sophie

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