ShortList Magazine's the definitive 30 scariest books ever written…The Stranger (1942) by Albert Camus: “Free will is one of the most fiercely debated philosophical queries known to man. The extent to which we have choice over our actions will trouble the finest minds for eternity. Killing a man in cold blood for no discernible reason could suggest a skewed vision of free will, or, in the case of Camus’s masterpiece a symptom of existentialism and blind indifference to societal conventions. The Stranger is not scary like a Stephen King novel, but the themes it explores will haunt the mind long after the final page is closed.”Read more here: http://www.shortlist.com/entertainment/30-scariest-books-ever-written#

ShortList Magazine's the definitive 30 scariest books ever written…

The Stranger (1942) by Albert Camus: “Free will is one of the most fiercely debated philosophical queries known to man. The extent to which we have choice over our actions will trouble the finest minds for eternity. Killing a man in cold blood for no discernible reason could suggest a skewed vision of free will, or, in the case of Camus’s masterpiece a symptom of existentialism and blind indifference to societal conventions. The Stranger is not scary like a Stephen King novel, but the themes it explores will haunt the mind long after the final page is closed.”

Read more here: http://www.shortlist.com/entertainment/30-scariest-books-ever-written#