Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Horror Books Gore For The Month Of September 2011 (Dreams are made of darker stuff)

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Death Bringer 

 (Skulduggery Pleasant, book 6)

by

Derek Landy


Derek Landy - Death Bringer (Skulduggery Pleasant Bk6) - Published by HarperCollins - 1 Sep 2011
The sixth instalment in the historic, hysterical and horrific Skulduggery Pleasant series. Think you’ve seen anything yet? You haven’t. Because the Death Bringer is about to rise…
The Necromancers no longer need Valkyrie to be their Death Bringer, and that’s a Good Thing.
There’s just one catch. There’s a reason the Necromancers don’t need her any more. And that’s because they’ve found their Death Bringer already, the person who will dissolve the doors between life and death.
And that’s a very, very Bad Thing…

book cover of 

Palace of the Damned 

 (Saga of Larten Crepsley, book 3)

by

Darren Shan
                              
Darren Shan - Palace of Damned  (The Saga of Larten Crepsley Bk 3) - Published by HarperCollins - 29 Sep 2011
In the third instalment in the creepy, captivating Larten Crepsley series, Larten finds out what it means to love… but is he also damned to find out what it means to lose?
Lost in the arctic waste, carrying a baby whose love he could never deserve, Larten faces the darkest time he has ever known.
But hope has a way of shining through even the smallest of cracks, and just as Larten reaches the end, a new beginning presents itself. The trouble is, for Larten, the violence of his youth is never far from the surface… and those he loves are the ones he hurts the most. As Larten experiences heaven and hell, and tries to save the soul of a child, the question is: can he save his own?
book cover of 

The Fear 

 (Enemy, book 3)

by

Charlie Higson
                                    
Charlie Higson - The Fear (The Enemy) - Published by Puffin - 15 Sep 2011
Mothers and fathers, older brothers, sisters and best friends. No one escaped its touch. And now children across London are being hunted by ferocious grown-ups . . .

They're hungry. They're bloodthirsty. And they aren't giving up.

DogNut and the rest of his crew want to find their lost friends, and set off on a deadly mission from the Tower of London to Buckingham Palace and beyond, as the sickos lie in wait. But who are their friends and who is the enemy in this changed world?

William Hussey - Witchfinder: The Last Nightfall - Published by OUP - 1 Sep 2011

Other Great Books I have Reviewed For September are:

Andrew Hammond - Crypt: The Gallows Curse - Published by Headline - 1 Sep 2011 See Book Review


Kirsty Mckay - Undead - Published by Chicken House - 1 Sep 2011 See Book Review


Maureen Johnson - Shades of London - The Name of the Star - Published by HarperCollins - 29 Sep 2011 See Book Review


Jeyn Roberts - Dark Inside - Published by Macmillan - 2 Sep 2011 See Book Review


The only other book to mention is The ninth chilling tale in the Wardstone Chronicles series by Joseph Delaney out this month. This story follows Grimalkin, the terrifying witch assassin. She is out for revenge, do not stand in her way . . .

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