Infographic: The Scariest Monsters in Literature | Blog | TheReadingRoom ... I've only read six of these books. I don't remember any of the respective monsters being that terrifying/scary (the Giant Squid, Frankenstein's Monster, the Dementors, Nazgul, Count Dracula, and the Grand High Witch).
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The simplicity of Tao Nyeu's line and color illustrations should not be under rated. The illustrator's pen creates two very charming and insightful characters. Using line to create expression and personality, Nyeu manages to make the reader fall in "like" with Squid and Octopus. Visit the author's website to gain more insight into her technique. http://www.taonyeu.com/v2/
This is well sick! ('well sick' is British street language meaning awesome). I know, I am awesome too!
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Kraken By China Miéville - “Dizzying” (Publishers Weekly), with over 3,700 five-star ratings on Goodreads: The hunt for a missing giant squid corpse drags Billy Harrow into London’s nightmarish magical community. “Exuberant… a complex novel packed with fascinating and original concepts” (The Guardian).