Page /


  • Wendig combines cosmic horror and human heroism with his continuing theme of the traumatic effect of abusive relationships handed down from father to son; this is a rich, rewarding tale.

    Lisa Tuttle, The Guardian
  • This is a full-blooded rural haunted house chiller with something for everyone: ghosts, doppelgängers, numerology, parallel worlds, demons and more.

    Financial Times
  • The dread, the scope, the pacing, the turns-I haven't felt all this so intensely since The Shining.

    Stephen Graham Jones, New York Times bestselling author of The Only Good Indians
  • Move over King, Chuck Wendig is the new voice of modern American horror . . . a masterwork

    Adam Christopher, author of Stranger Things: Darkness on the Edge of Town
  • Universally horrifying and viscerally intimate, Wendig brilliantly uses The Book of Accidents to explore a painful truth: in the end, we all haunt ourselves.

    Kiersten White, New York Times bestselling author of And I Darken
  • What follows is a gruesome, compelling, bloody yarn complete with serial killer, mysterious landscape of shifting stones, abandoned mines and an interdimensional twist that turns the suspense up to 11 and beyond. Goodness prevails, but what a ride.

    The Daily Mail
  • Unforgettable, terrifying dose of top-flight horror that hits on our most basic, core fears. The Book of Accidents chills you to the bone while still warming your heart.

    Alex Segura, author of Star Wars Poe Dameron: Free Fall and Miami Midnight
  • A propulsive thriller that is as funny as it is frightening, clever as it is uncanny, tender as it is terrifying.

    Alma Katsu, author of Red Widow and The Deep
  • In the tradition of Stephen King's Dark Tower books, Wendig views the cosmic and terrifying through the lens of the domestic, anchoring his visions of the sublime in the grit of the familiar

    John Langan, author of Children of the Fang and Other Genealogies
  • Sweeping yet intimate, multi-layered and big-hearted, this is a novel to sink deeply into

    Dan Chaon, author of Ill Will

We use cookies on this site to enable certain parts of the site to function and to collect information about your use of the site so that we can improve our visitors’ experience.

For more on our cookies and changing your settings click here

Strictly Necessary


Preferences & Features

Targeting / Advertising