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Here are the top ten articles for the Horror Literature Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Revival by Stephen King Review
Ever since the new minister's shadow had fallen over young Jamie Morton, the boy's fate and that of the Reverend Charles Jacob would be forever intertwined in ways that neither of them could comprehend or understand. We review "Revival," the newest novel by Stephen King.

2. Faulkner and Gothic Literature
Many sub-genres of horror literature have emerged, specific to the regions that produced them. A look at Faulkner and his southern gothic literature short story "A Rose for Emily"

3. The Curse of the Campfire Weenies Review
The Curse of the Campfire Weenies and Other Warped and Creepy Tales, published by Tor Books, is the third installment in David Lubar’s popular Campfire Weenies series geared towards children.

4. Prince Lestat Review
We review Anne Rice's Prince Lestat, the newest tale of the Vampire Chronicles. When an ancient menace arises, can the vampires stand together in order to unite against this new threat to their modern world? Can the powerful and dynamic Lestat be convinced to end his exile to help lead them?

5. Suffer the Little Children by Stephen King
Evil comes from the most unexpected of places.

6. Corruption in Young Goodman Brown
Corruption runs rampant in Young Goodman Brown´s world; a study of the classic short story by American great Nathaniel Hawthorne.

7. The Tower by Simon Clark
A recent change of management has led a young rock band to the dark walls of what is affectionately known as The Tower, an ancient and large dwelling in the middle of nowhere. The mansion boasts an extensive history of brutal violence and death, and it is about to add some fresh blood to its resume

8. Slawter by Darren Shan
Darren Shan, author of the popular Cirque Du Freak vampire series, is set to release Book Nine of his equally impressive Demonata saga this summer. I will review each book of the demon series in quick succession.

9. Ghouls in Horror Literature
Ghouls – they just don’t get any respect. They are the scavengers of the dead, vultures of the graveyard, and consumers of the flesh. Zombies are getting all the attention these days, but ghouls are the real deal.

10. Some of My Favorite Horror Authors
This article is about some of my favorite authors. You might find your favorite author listed here, or maybe find a new author to read. Several of these authors are quite well-known and I am sure that you will find them familiar.



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