Horror Books

Purane Pipal Ka Jinn Anuj Tikku Book

Purane Pipal Ka Jinn | Anuj Tikku | Book Review

In “Purane Pipal Ka Jinn,” Arvind Prakash’s life gets spooky after a visit to a fakir’s grave near the Pipal Tree. A vengeful Jinn takes over, causing bizarre troubles. As Arvind tries to figure out the mysterious purpose, the tale unfolds with eerie twists and metaphysical surprises beneath the Pipal’s dark influence.

My Roommate Is a Vampire by Jenna Levine Book Review

My Roommate Is a Vampire | Jenna Levine | Book Review

In “My Roommate Is a Vampire,” struggling artist Cassie Greenberg’s quest for affordable housing leads her to a seemingly too-good-to-be-true Craigslist ad. Skeptical but intrigued, she encounters Frederick J. Fitzwilliam, an enigmatic man from another era. Their unique connection blossoms through charming handwritten notes. When Cassie stumbles upon a mid-day vampire gathering, Frederick reveals his secret: he’s a vampire awakened after a century. Will Cassie accept his proposition, changing her life forever?

Explore the Haunted World of Fear 32 Best Indian Horror Books

Explore the Haunted World of Fear: 32 Best Indian Horror Books to Keep You Up at Night

Embark on a Haunting Journey into the Realm of Indian Horror! Every family, city, and tribe carries tales of the unknown, passed down through generations, all reinforcing a common truth—the existence of the paranormal, poised to devour anyone daring to cross its path. Yet, our human nature harbors an insatiable curiosity, forever seeking answers to the enigma. What better way to satiate this thirst than through the chilling pages of horror books?

The Children on the Hill by Jennifer McMahon Book Review

The Children on the Hill | Jennifer McMahon | Book Review

The Children on the Hill is a mystery-laced horror that will take you to the world of psychiatry and asylums, children and monsters, and the people who create them. It weaves the horrific scientific era (of insane experiments on live humans) together with the adventures, mysteries, and fantasy worlds of children. It effortlessly combines the past and the present, all linked with monstrosities of a level that are difficult to imagine in this world and time.

Dark Roads of Dehra by Shivam Saxena Book

Dark Roads of Dehra | Shivam Saxena | Book Review

Dark Roads of Dehra is a collection of short horror stories and there are 10 such stories in the collection. While most of the stories are based in and around the area of Dehradun and Mussoorie, thereby justifying the title, a few others take us on a ride to different parts of the world.

Uff Kolkata by Satya Vyas Book

उफ्फ कोलकाता (Uff Kolkata) | सत्य व्यास | पुस्तक समीक्षा

कथानक का आरंभ ट्रेन से होता है जिसमें दो मित्र सिद्धार्थ और रुद्र यात्रा कर रहे हैं। वे कानून के अध्ययन के लिए कोलकाता जा रहे हैं। सिद्धार्थ खिड़की के सहारे वाली सीट पर सो रहा है तभी आधी रात में उसे अपने पैरों के पास एक खूबसूरत लड़की बैठी हुई दिखाई देती है। इसके बाद कहानी में रहस्य और रोमांच प्रारंभ हो जाता है। हॉस्टल में अनेक रहस्यमई और डरावनी घटनाएं घटित होने लगती हैं।

Massage Welcome to the Paradise That Parlour by Arya Narrayan book review

Massage | Arya Narrayan | Book Review

The story begins on a January day in 2020 when Prasong Songchon books a special massage for his wife Rutna at The Paradise Thai Massage Parlour. This is exactly when weird and ghastly things start to happen for no particular rhyme or reason. It becomes his object of pursuit – this reason behind the paranormal encounters, and at the same time, it also becomes the central theme of the book. 

Mystiq Lynk by Abhishek S Malve Book Review

Mystiq Lynk | Abhishek S Malve | Book Review

If it is to be described in a single sentence, then the narrative of Mystiq Lynk brings two very different worlds together. The eerie atmosphere of the plot is hard to decipher, full of suspense, and always keeps the reader on the edge. The narrative plays on the emotions of the reader by spreading the feeling of fear, terror, and suspense and concealing a lot to reveal only that which cannot be easily guessed.

The Ghost Wife Ravi Ranjan Goswami Book Review (2)

The Ghost Wife | Ravi Ranjan Goswami | Book Review

Living in a grand mansion in Sunder Nagar is the ghost of the young princess Madhubala, the daughter of Raja Pratap Singh of the princely state of Singhgarh.
The princess’s promising future culminates in a tragic and abrupt end when a grand party, organized in her honour, is attacked by a masked man.

The Shadow on the Wall by Ruskin Bond

The Shadow on the Wall | Ruskin Bond | Book Review

The Shadow on the Wall is an eclectic mix of tales of the supernatural, serving horror with variety, spice, and a pinch of salt. Though you cannot call them scary or spooky, there’s no denying the element of intrigue and fascination that these stories serve.

7 Hours at Bhata Road by Ajinkya Bhasme

7 Hours at Bhata Road | Ajinkya Bhasme | Book Review

In the remote village of Bhata, eons ago a prophecy was made. One that promised the birth of hell in Bhata. One that claimed that the hell would then spread from Bhata to the rest of the world. Many centuries went by and people forgot all about it. Until one day, the prophecy started to unravel the darkness that was promised to Bhata.

Girl in the Green Villa by Yash Pawaskar

Girl in the Green Villa | Yash Pawaskar | Book Review

Viraj and Jhanak plan to take a short weekend trip to the nearby town of Mansol in Himachal Pradesh. But something sinister lurks in the very villa that they have chosen for their getaway. Danger lurks around the corner and very soon their lives would never be the same.