Carrie by Stephen King

Carrie White is an outcast - bullied at school, and abused at home. Womanhood makes a very startling and traumatic introduction, and changes Carrie's life forever. The only relief she finds is in her ability to move things with her mind; it's her intimate secret, yet the breaking point isn't far away. Her secret will get out, sooner or later, and perhaps even mete out revenge.

Abode by Morgan Sylvia

Reaching out to a stranger he believes is the reincarnation of his sister, a man retells the story of his childhood, and the unsettling events after moving to the Kent house in Maine. It was subtle at first - the creaking, the feeling of being watched - but as winter vast approached, the power of the land awoke from its slumber, and it was hungry.

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