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  • Posted August 17, 2011

    For fans old and new!

    Deadite Presses recent release of previously released Edward Lee novella's is a godsend to fans both new and old. New fans will have at their finger tips three short novels that would cost a pretty penny to acquire any other way, especially the short "The Decortication Technician" that has only been available in the out of print collection The Ushers, which by the way fetches an unreasonable price on e-bay. And old fans, well, you can keep your greasy fingers off of your short run chapbooks, plus the incredible art that adorns the cover. The other two stories, Room 415 and Cyesolagniac are easier to get your hands on, but at a price for this collection of only 7.50 you get an unreal bargain! I have become a recent Ed Head and this collection was a bit different than what I had become used to. None of these are his wild red neck hillbilly romps through low grade humor, gore and other such nonsense I have grown to love. Instead you get, a crazy sci-fi story, a twisted story of one mans fetish that goes wrong and a revenge story I didn't see coming. The only drawback with the collection is finding out there is another ending for Room 415 that was published in only 13 copies of the Damned Anthology. And as if reading my mind or a previous review, there is a nice couple of pages by Lee writing about how he came about writing Room 415. Personally I love when stuff like that is included, as it gives a glimpse into the man behind the madness. Deadite! I love you!! Recommend to all fans and new ones looking for something different in their horror, then zombies and glittery vampires.

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