Saturday, November 1, 2014

YA Horror/Thriller Spooktacular Wrap-up

The month of October is finally over, and with it the first ever YA horror/thriller Spooktacular!  There were 22 days of interviews and just about as many giveaways, some of which are still running so be sure to check those out!  What I have for you today, the day after Halloween, is a list of other books to check out if you, like me, are a fan of the horror/thriller genre.  These are books that came out earlier this year or will come out next year but for whatever reason I was unable to get an interview with the author, or a reply for an interview.  Just because I wasn't able to feature these authors I think their books sound interesting enough/were good enough that I think you should all check them out as well, and at the very bottom there's a small list of pre-2014 YA horror/thriller books to check out too!

2014 titles

2015 (and one 2014)


Thank you so much to everyone who has taken part in this year's YA horror/thriller spooktacular and like I said above be sure to check out the remaining open giveaways, many of them run for at least another week and are ARCs of books that won't be out for several months yet!  Leave a link with a YA horror/thriller book I may have missed/that you loved for an extra entry in the giveaway from the very start!


  1. Anna - thank you for this awesome Spooktacular event! It's been such a fun way to discover books/authors new to me (several I've added to my TBR & wish lists) :D <3
    Here is just an amazing vampire book - not the typical fare at all - and I just loved it: The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda

  2. Hello!!
    I really really loved this "halloween tour" and i have discovered a lot of great books!^^
    There is an amazing book called "3:59" by Gretchen McNeil.
    It's a thriller and i really loved it!*-*

  3. Thank you for the amazing posts in this event, later I'll be sure to check them one by one! A book that I really liked is Bad Girls Don't Die by Katie Alender.

  4. Thank you so much for YAHS! I had a great time reading all the interviews and posts. This book isn't really straight up horror, but I'd recommend Lockdown or Unwind