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stephen king

mystery books

fantasy books

science fiction books

Robert A. Heinlein

Ray Bradbury

H. G. Wells

Orson Scott Card

Arthur C. Clarke

Isaac Asimov

2001: A Space Odyssey

Frank Herbert


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American Astronaut, Hayden Bakley, is an experienced space explorer. As many times as he had been into space, even he did not know a quiet, yet, potentially life-altering war for the spheres is taking place all over the world.
Daily our lives reach the spheres without our feet ever leaving Earth. Our dependence on satellites has alarmingly increased.
What if every orbiter encircling the globe, including space stations, was suddenly taken over? Complete command and control by one country—one group—one individual?


Bram Stoker

The Exorcist

Thomas Harris


William Peter Blatty

The Silence of the Lambs

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Thad E. Hadet spent a lot of time at the Will B. Still Funeral Home in town. He didn’t work there. And those who did were of no relation to him, not even a friend outside of being friendly. Nor was he terminally ill.

So why did Thad show up at the funeral home every single day?

The Shining

Pet Sematary

Rosemary's Baby 

Ira Levine

Ghost Story

Peter Straub

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Don’t say you haven’t been warned. I dare you to read this compilation of short stories that will assault your imagination.

If you accept this dare, know that when you turn out the light and lay your head on the pillow for the night, these stories will haunt you.
So, go ahead . . . TRY TO SLEEP.

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Madness had always existed in this house.
The Thummel house.
Where Abbie Syfert is being driven to watch the Thummel’s two young children.
Where Kayne and Kaleigh are stored in cryogenic tanks, placed there by their father because he thought they had died.