horror book


Pet Sematary: One Book, Two Films, a Few Thoughts

Pet Sematary. What a journey this story has been on, an evolution in a sense.   Back in 1983 Stephen King's book entered the world.   King says it's the scariest book he's written, because 'what if' is the scariest thing, especially when you're a parent and the 'what if' is the death of your child. When a truck strikes down small, baby-faced Gage, Louis can fix it, he can bring back his son because he knows a secret, a terrible secret. A tale of grief, of desperation, of being haunted by the past, of your mistakes, the book gives us a deep look i[...]


Cannibal Love

Hi there! My name is Kim and I'm new around here. I’m so thrilled to be a part of Midnight Society. I look forward to talking about book love, writing, and horror—since those three things are pretty much my life. For my first post, I’m going to be talking about cannibals, and why I love them, because I’m just that type of girl. (I've always been a zombie fangirl, so I figure cannibals and zombies kinda go hand-in-hand, am I right?) Now—no, before you start thinking like that I want to clarify something—I mean fictional cannibals, of course. N[...]