All Hallows Read

27 10 2011

This October 31st, don’t forget to celebrate All Hallows Read! The idea behind this new holiday is quite simple.

Give a scary book to someone. A friend. A relative. A stranger. Help spread the love for scary books.

Here’s Neil Gaiman to help further explain:

For the first annual All Hallows Eve, there’s not a book we could more highly recommend than Echoes. Written by Joshua Hale Fialkov, with art by Rahsan Ekedal, Echoes tells the story of Brian Cohn, a man learning to deal with the schizophrenia he inherited from his father. With a supportive wife, a new baby on the way, and drugs to silence the voices in his head, Brian seems to be in control. But, when at his father’s deathbed, he learns that he also inherited the trophies of his father’s career as a serial killer, his illness threatens to send him further down the path to madness.

Echoes is creepy, atmospheric, and a serious page turner. Give the gift of terror this Halloween!

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