The horror genre is something that is loved by all as it takes a person to a different world altogether. It exploits the balance that exists between the unknown and everyday life. Exciting Horror Novels have the ability to grab readers by their throats and do not let go so easily. From the creaky doors that shut all of a sudden to phones that ring unexpectedly or even sinister and strange noises in dark closets. Fictional writers remarkably often identify moments they’ve encountered in their personal lives when they have freaked out of their wits and eventually pen a horror novel. Peter Andrew Sacco is one such author who does that with absolute ease. Coming from one of the most enchanting regions of the world, Niagara Falls, he’s a psychology professor, as well as a private practitioner. His Horror Novels have scary scenes of blood and gore that sends shivers down the reader’s spine at the same time urging them to continue experiencing the chills and excitement. Sacco’s horror literature is all-pervasive since he uses perfect words and images that create a grilling atmosphere which automatically evokes dread and fear in the horror story. His books bring out the emotional reaction of fright and terror in the readers. One of Sacco’s Horror Novels is -Fear Factors’ that has ten short stories showing the evil and terror the man does unto others and him. It talks of people living in fear because of their fears. Some people aren’t afraid of ghosts or the boogeyman that hide in their closets or roam in their apartments. They know it’s untrue! However, some individuals choose to live in fear because their anxious of what they assume may happen at the hands of others or mother nature. It talks of the self-imposed depression people encounter and its consequences. Another of Peter Sacco’s Horror Novels includes Midnight Eclipse which has a grotesque view of the dispute between the land developers and the natives of Hartley Bay. Thus, the economic prosperity is threatened while the people endure the tropical monsoons and hurricanes in North Western Canada. The developing resorts have created a blood field in the silence of the eclipsed night. This book has a lot of horror, blood, and suspense and leaves the reader shell-shocked at the end of it. Scary stories are loved by all, and the ability of a true horror writer is to unleash the reader’s imagination. Peter Andrew Sacco does just that. Grab one of his captivating novels as soon as it hits the book stands.