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10 Must Read Horror Novels of 2016

Lee McGeorge – Videodrome: Days of Oblivion


I’m a sucker for fan fiction, and no one does it better than Lee McGeorge. Videodrome: Days of Oblivion is going to leave David Cronenberg fans absurdly pleased. TV junkies are also going to go ape for this little masterpiece, which successfully introduces us to a string of interesting personalities and some television programming that’s guaranteed to leave an indelible impact. McGeorge hasn’t disappointed yet, and Days of Oblivion is another title to be mighty proud of.

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Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

3 Comments on 10 Must Read Horror Novels of 2016

  1. An awesome collection here. Some outstanding selection of reading material.


  2. I did enjoy The Empty Ones, as well as the first book.

    If you like vampires with lots of road rage action try reading Suicide Motor Club. One of the best vampire books I’ve read this year.

    I’m currently reading Certain Dark Things by Garcia-Moreno, which reminds me heavily of the From Dusk Til Dawn myths.


  3. Oh man, I published my horror novel ‘Silent Hill: Betrayal’ just before you made this list. Would have loved to have seen how it would have ranked amongst the others.

    Kind regards


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