This question comes from Amy at "My Friend Amy's Blog" here
I decided to join in this week...
Whether or not you celebrate Halloween, there's something about the shorter days and chilly air that makes one want to curl up with a scary book. The horror market for Christian fiction is growing in creativity and testing all sorts of boundaries. The suspense market is also very rich with many talented authors. So my question(s) for you is...what's the best Christian fiction horror or suspense novel that you've read? What book would you recommend to someone who wanted to try out these genres? What's a book in these genres you want to read but haven't yet?
For me personally, one of favorites so far this year is "Never Ceese" by Sue Dent. She somehow managed to wrap werewolves, vampires and faith all up in one bundle and make it amazing at the same time. I was blown away by it.
I was also impressed by "Chosen" by Ted Dekker and look forward to the rest of that series. And Robert Liparulo has a new series out with the first 2 books called "House of Dark Shadows" and "Watcher in the Woods" - these books gave me chills.
"Abomination" by Colleen Coble was really good and anything by Brandilyn Collins qualifies as well...
I am looking forward to reading John Olson's book "Shade" but it's not at the top of my TBR stack yet (but hopefully soon!)