Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Haunted October- Top Ten Locations that were the REAL Villain







Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by http://www.thatartsyreadergirl.com/top-ten-tuesday/ where every week we showcase our top ten (fill in the blank). This week was Villains. I have chosen my top ten favorite books where the scariest part, the biggest bad guy- was the location or house. 




A creepy cabin residing in also creepy plains

Beldame House


A booby-trapped old French Palace

Hill House


Literally the title


The House on Ash Tree Lane


Kemper House


The Oregon Trail


Rose Red


The historical Usher home


And one extra:

The Nightside






11 comments:

  1. Oh wow! These covers are all sooooo creepy!

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  2. This is a pretty cool spin on the villains theme. I remember reading The Diary of Ellen Rimbauer as a kid (I had no idea what I was getting into), and one of the few details that's stayed with me to this day is how progressively intense that book got. It probably deserves a reread now that I'm old enough to appreciate it, actually.

    -Marina
    bardicimpulses.wordpress.com

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  3. I love when the house is the scariest part!! The book ROOMS by Lauren Oliver was sort of like that. Also, THE SHINING. Cool list!!

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    1. Rooms was a great book! So was The Shining. Did you know it was based on a real haunted hotel?

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  4. oh I really love your twist on this TTT article! Love that you chose to put some scary settings in the picture. I definitely added some books to my wishlist because they look so intriguing!

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  5. So no hell house? 😉 That was the first thing I would have thought you listed. Otherwise really good choices.

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    1. The only reason Hell House is scary is because of the insane ghost who dwells it it, the house itself, not so much. But it did almost make the list

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  6. This is great. I love when settings have their own personalities and this is especially true for horror novels.

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  7. Hill House is a creepy place. I need to read The Hunger eventually. I’ve heard good things about it.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  8. I haven't read any of these, but if the covers are anything to judge by, THEY SEEM SPOOKY!!

    Thanks so much for the Finding Wonderland visit. :)

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