Picks and Pans Review: Neil Gaiman On...Scary Books I Love
>• The author of Coraline and last year's Newbery Medal-winning The Graveyard Book knows how to give kids chills—but what makes him shiver and shake?
OH, WHISTLE, AND I'LL COME TO YOU, MY LAD by M.R. James
"The scariest short story—somebody is haunted by a bedsheet."
THE SHINING by Stephen King
"Deeply creepy—the best haunted house story of them all."
BOOKS OF BLOOD by Clive Barker
"Actually scary while being beautiful."
HEART-SHAPED BOX by Joe Hill
"The first time I remember being scared as an adult author." About a haunted suit, the novel was so gripping Gaiman even read while "flossing my teeth."—
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