Ellis turns her hands to folk horror, drenching it in fire and blood. Enter the countryside at your own risk.
Bazterrica created a clinical, brutal, horrific dystopia that made me mentally and physically squirm.
Palahniuk’s back with a dark, satirical commentary on the entertainment business and the machine that grinds the sheen
Kraus brings Romero’s zombie novel to life, in what can’t help but be a classic of the genre.
Long story short – go read all of Tremblay’s books.
Han Kang’s novel is a devastatingly quiet dive into power, abuse and a mind unravelling.
Hendrix gives us a brilliant, smart ode to the ’80s, a tender coming-of-age story drenched in horror, with brilliant moments of comedy.
Iglesias’ brutal, beautiful Coyote Songs pulls no punches in a powerful look at life on the border.
A horrific, brutal, beautiful book, sure to hit the 2020 horror best-of lists.