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'I can't even look at the cover': the most disturbing books
My boyfriend is watching The Wire , and the poor guy just finished Season 4. By the end, he was in the emotional equivalent of the fetal position. I remember feeling the same way. Then this morning I came across this post from popcrunch. How fitting! Blindness by Jose Saramago. The story follows a group of characters who are among the first diagnosed and sent to be quarantined.
There are books you adore , books you hated high school curriculum anyone? But you just wish you had. Ladies and gentlemen, we give you a list of the most disturbing books ever written. This is the scariest type of horror, horror of the heart. But be warned.
Be they horror, sci-fi, or even true crime, these are the most disturbing books ever written.
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To vote on existing books from the list, beside each book there is a link vote for this book clicking it will add that book to your votes. To vote on books not in the list or books you couldn't find in the list, you can click on the tab add books to this list and then choose from your books, or simply search. Discover new books on Goodreads. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Did you ever read a book so disturbing that you had to put it down for a week before coming back to it? Are you still grimacing over that book that you read five years ago?
You must walk at or over 4 mph, or you are killed by gunshot after 2 warnings. The race ends when one boy is left. You get tired and hungry, and your feet are in pain. You keep walking. Eventually you get very tired and hungry, and your feet are in the worst pain they have ever been.
L ast week we asked you to share the books that have most shocked or disturbed you — and boy, you guys responded with a passion. I did get rid of it … thought of burning it but imagined a vision of some kind of devil in the flames, so consigned to a cardboard box and then the dump. It was the dead of winter, minus 15 outside, during the big freeze we had in early I began to get really sick, I was freezing cold but kept spiking a fever. I ended up admitted to hospital with pneumonia and cyanosis but throughout this period I was reading America Psycho. It was utterly surreal and yet … brilliant.