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Discovering Modern Horror Fiction II (Starmont Studies in Literary Criticism, No 16)

Darrell Schweitzer

Discovering Modern Horror Fiction II (Starmont Studies in Literary Criticism, No 16)

by Darrell Schweitzer

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Published by Borgo Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English,
  • Literary studies: from c 1900 -,
  • Novels, other prose & writers,
  • Literary Criticism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9775815M
    ISBN 10093026147X
    ISBN 109780930261474

    First published in , Horror: The Best Books has remained the only book of its kind: a solid (and entertaining) annotated reading list spanning the range of horror fiction from the 16th to the 20th century. The device of asking horror, fantasy, and science fiction writers to write about their favorite horror books might seem at first to capture an idiosyncratic sample, but through. Today’s post on The Horror Bookshelf comes from R.S. Belcher, who just released the second book in the Nightwise series through Tor Books. The Night Dahlia is an urban fantasy with noir elements and has been described as “Supernatural meets L.A. Confidential“. The Night Dahlia continues the story of Laytham Ballard, a once member of the Nightwise, a group of mages tasked with protecting.

    David F. Case ( - 3 February ) is an American writer of short stories and novels.. Biography. Case, labeled a classicist by his colleague and friend Ramsey Campbell [citation needed], uses graphic imagery to convey directly as possible what the character feels [citation needed].His work, as in The Hunter, prefigures the early novels of David Morrell by several years.   I’m a huge fan of the sequel to this book, This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don’t Touch It, but this one is pretty damn funny, too. It’s a bit more of a comic horror story than a straight science fiction tale, but it’s still worth a read. A drug called .

      THE HORROR FICTION REVIEW offers reviews FOR fans of horror fiction, BY fans of horror fiction. We rarely print super-negative reviews unless we feel a book truly deserves it (our biggest criticism is that we "like everything we read." This is the furthest thing from the truth. MANY books we read for review DO NOT make it into this e-zine).   Horror has always been the unloved bastard lovechild of fiction. This is no more so than now. Horror books are often derided as puerile or unsavoury. Horror films are often accused of exploitation. Worse still, in recent years, horror fiction has often been diluted and warped into "dark fantasy", thanks to TV shows like "Buffy the.


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