Fear the Abyss

Fear the Abyss

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by Harlan Ellison, Gary A Braunbeck, Jack Ketchum, Michael Arnzen
     
 

"FEAR THE ABYSS brings the shocks, one disturbing jolt after another. These are tales from the bleeding edge of modern horror fiction. Highly recommended."
-Jonathan Maberry, New York Times best-selling author of ASSASSIN'S CODE and FLESH & BONE

"Fear the Abyss is the perfect collection for horror enthusiasts with a bent for existentialism and cognitive… See more details below

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"FEAR THE ABYSS brings the shocks, one disturbing jolt after another. These are tales from the bleeding edge of modern horror fiction. Highly recommended."
-Jonathan Maberry, New York Times best-selling author of ASSASSIN'S CODE and FLESH & BONE

"Fear the Abyss is the perfect collection for horror enthusiasts with a bent for existentialism and cognitive science, as it raises many questions about what makes us conscious, what makes the human body, how the mind works, and what constitutes a soul. Editor Eric Beebe presents an impressively well-rounded anthology." RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE

We stare into the abyss, hoping to learn, to understand. But the abyss is cold and uncaring.

Post Mortem Press presents twenty-two unique visions of the fear of the unknown.

Stories from authors nominated and awarded some of the most prestigious honors in genre fiction: Hugo, Nebula, Aurora, Bram Stoker™, and many others.
These writers understand fear.

Includes award-winning genre classics from
masters of the unknown, Harlan Ellison® and Jack Ketchum.
NEW ORIGINAL STORIES FROM:
Joseph Williams Jessica McHugh Nelson W. Pyles Matt Moore Lawrence C. Connolly S.C. Hayden C. Bryan Brown Gary Braunbeck
Rose Blackthorn Jamie Lackey Tim Waggoner
Michael Arnzen Kenneth W. Cain Thomas Malafarina Paul Anderson Robert Essig Jeyn Roberts KT Jayne Brad Carter & Andrew Nienaber.
Edited by Eric Beebe

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Editorial Reviews

Advance Review Copy - Jonathan Maberry
"FEAR THE ABYSS brings the shocks, one disturbing jolt after another. These are tales from the bleeding edge of modern horror fiction. Highly recommended."
Rue Morgue Magazine
Fear the Abyss is the perfect collection for horror enthusiasts with a bent for existentialism and cognitive science, as it raises many questions about what makes us conscious, what makes the human body, how the mind works, and what constitutes a soul. Editor Eric Beebe presents an impressively well-rounded anthology.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015745931
Publisher:
Post Mortem Press
Publication date:
12/04/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
350
Sales rank:
1,246,844
File size:
0 MB

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