Halloween! Horror Reads and Scary Movies, A Reader’s Advisory from O’Fallon Public Library

In the mood for thrills and chills? The librarians of O'Fallon Public Library have some suggestions for you! Photo by Monstera on Pexels.com Scary Movies Kasey did an epic watch-through of Halloween movies last year in a hilarious series of blog posts. If you haven't had a chance to read (or view) them yet, here … Continue reading Halloween! Horror Reads and Scary Movies, A Reader’s Advisory from O’Fallon Public Library

Halloween Horrors, A Reader’s Advisory from O’Fallon Public Library

In the spirit of the season, rather than one New Title, I couldn't resist pulling out the stops and recommending several scary titles perfect for a dark, chilling autumn night. Blood Communion: A Tale of Prince Lestat by Anne Rice; Mark Geyer, illustrator According to Kirkus Review, this is "just the bucket of blood for … Continue reading Halloween Horrors, A Reader’s Advisory from O’Fallon Public Library

3 Classic Books Coming to Film, a Reader’s Advisory from O’Fallon Public Library

Are you waiting on one of your favorite books to be adapted to film? So are we! As the days grow shorter there's nothing like spending time with a good book or good film (based on a book) on a gloomy Fall or Winter evening. Why did we pick these three books? They all have … Continue reading 3 Classic Books Coming to Film, a Reader’s Advisory from O’Fallon Public Library

The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson, A Reader’s Advisory

Before Stephen King, there was Shirley Jackson. Since it's October and our Halloween Display is up, I thought I'd choose a classic thriller, The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. Written in the 1950's, the novel became one of the most influential books in the horror genre. This psychological thriller will make your hair … Continue reading The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson, A Reader’s Advisory