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A lot of people are interested and are into reading horror books and the like. More people are watching horror films. And in a Clasen study of more than 1,000 Americans, 55% of respondents identified as horror enthusiasts. However, he noted that horror is not the only genre in which people enjoy being scared.

Horror stories that can be seen in books and movies cause adrenaline addicts to benefit psychologically from experiencing fear recreationally, and they work to make the most of it by actively concentrating on frightening situations or letting out screams. Let us look at the top 20 most anticipated horror books in 2023:

Top 10 Most Anticipated Horror Books Coming in Hot this 2023

1. How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix

1. How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix

Grady Hendrix, a New York Times bestselling author, tackles the haunted house in a gripping new book that examines how your family and past can haunt you like nothing else.

2. A House With Good Bones by T. Kingfisher

2. A House With Good Bones by T. Kingfisher

A House With Good Bones explores the dark, twisted roots hiding just beneath the veneer of a perfect home and family in a haunting Southern Gothic from a renowned master of suspense.

3. Looking Glass Sound by Catriona Ward

3. Looking Glass Sound by Catriona Ward

Catriona Ward, the internationally bestselling author of The Last House on Needless Street and Sundial, has just released her latest psychological horror novel, Looking Glass Sound, which is full of twists and turns.

4. The Destroyer of Worlds: A Return of Lovecraft Country by Matt Ruff

4. The Destroyer of Worlds: A Return of Lovecraft Country by Matt Ruff

Matt Ruff returns to the world of Lovecraft Country in this exciting adventure that combines captivating historical fiction with fantastical horror to examine the meaning of death, the influence of the past on the present, and the strength of hope in the face of uncertainty.

5. Don’t Fear the Reaper (The Lake Witch Trilogy, #2) by Stephen Graham Jones

5. Don’t Fear the Reaper (The Lake Witch Trilogy, #2) by Stephen Graham Jones

In this gripping follow-up to Stephen Graham Jones' #1 New York Times bestselling novel My Heart Is a Chainsaw, Jade returns to the small lakeside town of Proofrock on December 12, 2019, the same day that Native American serial killer Dark Mill South escapes to carry out his revenge killings.

6. Piñata By Leopoldo Gout

6. Piñata By Leopoldo Gout

Piñata by author and artist Leopoldo Gout is a terrifying possession story that combines A Head Full of Ghosts and Hereditary.

7. The Scourge Between Stars by Ness Brown

7. The Scourge Between Stars by Ness Brown

The Scourge Between Stars by Ness Brown is a tense, cramped sci-fi/horror story that takes place on a doomed generation ship that is home to something terrible.

8. Maeve Fly by CJ Leede

8. Maeve Fly by CJ Leede

Maeve Fly, a young female serial killer, works as an amusement park princess by day and haunts the Sunset Strip at night. However, when she falls in love, her pessimistic outlook is upended.

9. The Nightmare Man by J.H. Markert

9. The Nightmare Man by J.H. Markert

In a terrifying horror book that highlights the thin line between humanity and monstrosity, T. Kingfisher and Cassandra Khaw cross paths.

10. Burn the Negative by Josh Winning

10. Burn the Negative by Josh Winning

When journalist Laura Warren finds out that the streaming series she's due to write on is a remake of a '90s horror movie, she's in the middle of her journey to Los Angeles. An evil 1990s horror film. The one she appeared in and has spent her entire life eluding. Laura was selected for the lead role in The Guesthouse as a young actress.

11. Tell Me I’m Worthless by Allison Rumfitt

11. Tell Me I’m Worthless by Allison Rumfitt

Readers are taken from the literary gothic well through Brighton's queer scene and out into the center of the contemporary trans experience in the UK in this dark, unflinching haunted house novel.

12. Episode Thirteen by Craig DiLouie

12. Episode Thirteen by Craig DiLouie

In Craig DiLouie's most recent heart-pounding book of horror and psychological suspense, a ghost-hunting reality TV crew gets exclusive access to an abandoned and allegedly haunted mansion, promising a ground-breaking thirteenth episode. However, as they learn the secret history of the house, they realize that 'reality' TV might be all too real.

13. Sister, Maiden, Monster by Lucy A. Snyder

13. Sister, Maiden, Monster by Lucy A. Snyder

The Bram Stoker Award-winning author Lucy A. Snyder's Sister, Maiden, Monster is a visceral tale set in the aftermath of our planet's disastrous transformation and told through the eyes of three women trying to survive the nightmare. They must change in order to survive.

14. Lone Women by Victor LaValle

14. Lone Women by Victor LaValle

Uninhabited land, clear skies, and enough space to conceal a terrible secret. Then, is there? The award-winning author of The Changeling presents a chilling new interpretation of the American West.

15. The Spite House by Johnny Compton

15. The Spite House by Johnny Compton

Eric Ross is eluding capture while bringing his two daughters along. It's difficult to find safe work when you can't provide references, you can't stay in one place for very long, and you're terrified that your past is catching up with you. After leaving his wife, his house, and his entire life in Maryland, he is in desperate need of money.

16. All Hallows by Christopher Golden

16. All Hallows by Christopher Golden

Christopher Golden, a New York Times bestselling author and Bram Stoker Award winner, is best known for his supernatural thrillers set in dangerous, far-off places, but in this suburban Halloween drama, Golden brings the horror home.

17. The Haunting of Alejandra by V. Castro

17. The Haunting of Alejandra by V. Castro

In this ravishing and provocative horror novel, a woman is haunted by the Mexican folk demon La Llorona as she uncovers the dark secrets of her family history.

18. Mothered by Zoje Stage

18. Mothered by Zoje Stage

A claustrophobic psychological thriller about one woman's nightmare spiral while quarantined with her mother is the latest release from the USA Today bestselling author of the worldwide phenomenon Baby Teeth.

19. Camp Damascus by Chuck Tingle

19. Camp Damascus by Chuck Tingle

Camp Damascus is a searing and heartfelt horror debut from revered internet icon Chuck Tingle about the problems the queer community in America must face, the cost of harboring secrets, and finding the guts to burn it all down.

20. They Fade Away by Alex Armoredes

20. They Fade Away by Alex Armoredes

A young adult horror novella called They Fade Away tells the tale of Arwin and Emma, whose classmates start mysteriously disappearing and no one else seems to know who they are. The two main characters, who wouldn't typically interact, are compelled to work together to solve a puzzling mystery, which serves as a critique of the educational system and stereotypes. Oh, and a trans person is one of the main characters.

In the end, terror is exhilarating, which makes it addictive. Compared to other genres, it has a larger tendency for build-up and impact, and it reacts to human nature the most. It's enjoyable to push yourself, experience fear, and occasionally obtain things that are forbidden.

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