The Last Tale of the Flower Bride by Roshani Chokshi didn’t work for me as I expected. Too melancholic which is not what I enjoy.
The Sacrifice by Rin Chupeco would be an absolute divine pick because it has got the perfect mixture of spook, thrills and emotions.
Burn Down, Rise Up by Vincent Tirado was chaotic for me as I have no idea about the whole picture of what happened in the book.
Horror Hotel by Victoria Fulton and Faith McClaren is 80% the build-up to something that when happens you hardly notice it
Horseman by Christina Henry had a pretty good beginning but somewhere around the middle things started going too eccentric and twisted for me
I had a tough time with White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson because of my grudge with the central character and then a kiddish audiobook
If you love a bit of dark and spooky thriller, then the dead and the dark has got it. Imagine a sleepy Hollow kind of thriller.