Before Lovecraft Country became the frightening powerhouse of a series it is now, it was a spine-chilling, addictive novel by Matt Ruff. Just like the HBO series, the book explores the intersection between H.P. Lovecraft’s horror fiction and the racism in the U.S. during the Jim Crow era, portrayed through Atticus Turner and his family. If you’re a fan of the critically-acclaimed show, or you’ve been following Ruff’s work for a while, why not try another fantasy horror book on for size? These page turners, which use horror and hair-raising themes to depict identity and real-life issues, are all absolutely addictive. Swipe through to learn about all our picks!