Sunday, December 30, 2012

Vote for the Macabre Novel of the Year

2012 delivered some amazing (and incredibly dark) novels.  But which book deserves the accolade of Macabre Novel of the Year?  Here's your chance to weigh in (by casting your vote in the Comments section of this post).  The list of nominees:

1.Dare Me by Megan Abbott (reviewed on September 26th)

2.The Croning by Laird Barron (reviewed on June 23rd)

3.The Twelve (Book Two of The Passage Trilogy) by Justin Cronin

4.Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn (reviewed on August 6th)

5.Edge of Dark Water by Joe R. Lansdale (reviewed on April 5th)


Note: If voting for Other, please specify the novel you have in mind.  Also, when voting for any of the selections (1-6), you can just give the book title, but feel free to elaborate on the reason for your choice.

Voting will remain open through Friday, January 4th.

Cast your vote by leaving a Comment below...

1 comment:

Joe Nazare said...

OK, since nobody (to my disappointment) deigned to vote, I'll cast mine: Gillian Flynn's _Gone Girl_. This might be the most masterfully plotted novel I've ever read.