Darker Terrors (Dark Terrors series Book 7)

Darker Terrors Dark Terrors series Book Between and Dark Terrors The Gollancz Book of Horror was Britain s premier non themed anthology of original horror stories Over six volumes it published some of the biggest names in the fi

  • Title: Darker Terrors (Dark Terrors series Book 7)
  • Author: Neil Gaiman Ramsay Campbell Stephen Baxter Brian Lumley Ray Bradbury Harlan Ellison Gwyneth Jones Michael Marshall-Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Between 1995 and 2002, Dark Terrors The Gollancz Book of Horror was Britain s premier non themed anthology of original horror stories Over six volumes, it published some of the biggest names in the field as well as many newcomers who have gone on to forge impressive careers in the genre Edited by the World Fantasy Award winning team of Stephen Jones and David A Sutton,Between 1995 and 2002, Dark Terrors The Gollancz Book of Horror was Britain s premier non themed anthology of original horror stories Over six volumes, it published some of the biggest names in the field as well as many newcomers who have gone on to forge impressive careers in the genre Edited by the World Fantasy Award winning team of Stephen Jones and David A Sutton, Dark Terrors established itself as a cutting edge market for some of the most literary and disturbing fiction being produced on both sides of the Atlantic, winning the British Fantasy Award and the International Horror Guild Award in the process Now Darker Terrors collects together nineteen of the most memorable stories from the original books in a new volume, which also includes reminiscences by both the editors plus an exclusive Index detailing the authors and their work that were included in the legendary anthology series For fans of superior horror fiction, things just got Darker

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    1. Yet another curate’s egg. A few of the stories are exceptional while others are lukewarm or even bland. What is best about these stories is that there is no overarching theme for them. They collect terror from everywhere and present it to the reader.The really good ones : •A Really Game Boy by Brian Lumley•To This Water (Johnstown, Pennsylvania 1889)by Caitlín R. Kiernan•The Museum on Cyclops Avenue by Harlan Ellison•Free Dirt by Ray Bradbury•Self-Made Man by Poppy Z. Brite•The We [...]

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