Halloween Recommendations | Top 5 Wednesday [15]

Top-5-Wednesday-Halloween-EditionHey guys!

Welcome back to another Top 5 Wednesday! This fun weekly meme was created by Lainey over at GingerReadsLainey. If you want to join in the fun and be apart of the #T5W … you can find all the details at the GoodReads page.

This week’s topic is Top 5 Halloween Recommendations.

Guys I will admit to you that I have not read many books in the horror genre except for the ones I am going to list today. Don’t ask me why I haven’t, because I love all horror movies and the feeling of being scared. So I am taking a vow that over the next year I am going to be collecting books in the horror genre and reading them next year for Halloween!

So without further a do, here is my list:


5. The Knife

The Knife


4. Into the Dark

Into the Dark


3. One Evil Summer

One Evil Summer


2. The Wrong Number

The Wrong Number


1. Lights Out

Lights Out


Most kids has their Babysitter’s Club books, or their Nancy Drew mysteries… I had the Fear Street books by R.L. Stine. And that is what I am recommending to you all this week! These will hands down be one of my favorite series’ of all time.

I hope you enjoyed my Top 5 Wednesday this week. So like I said, next year I am going to stockpile some books in the horror genre and make sure to have some good ones to read next Halloween!

Until next time,

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23 thoughts on “Halloween Recommendations | Top 5 Wednesday [15]

  1. Fear Street was my life, even though it scared me so much especially the Cheerleaders series. I couldn’t remember the plot of any of these books, but the covers are very familiar. Think I might do a reread.

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  2. Ok, I think I am the only 90’s kid, who never read R. L. Stine Goosebumps series. It is true that am not a major eerie reading girl but to think I have never come across the books in person. They just do not look familiar.I mean, I came across Famous Five, Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High. I heard of the Babysitter’s Club but read it much later but no Goosebumps. I’m sorry but am I the only 90’s kid in this position?

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