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The eponymous first-person narrator of this chilling collection assumes many different guises in spinning his eerie tales, but the voice in each of the 12 stories remains the same, a voice ``always speaking of terrible secrets.'' Witness, participant, victim, Grimscribe is, above all, our guide through a landscape at once relentlessly dark and luminously revealing, where a ``brood of dark forms'' push ``through the fog'' and ``dark bricks that bulge like tumors'' appear ``on the facades of houses.'' Prisoners of this bleak but fascinating world include a mild-mannered village schoolteacher sent in ``Flowers of the Abyss'' to discover the awful truth behind a house in which an entire family perished horribly; in ``The Cocoons'' we encounter a man trapped in a unique doctor/patient relationship who finds the treatment infinitely more agonizing than the disease; instead of the three Rs, the young boy in ``Miss Plarr'' receives from his tutor a few lessons in ``the sound of something that stings the air.'' Stylishly wrought in the best tradition of the American gothic and wonderfully reminiscent of Poe and Hawthorne, these scary stories transcend their genre. and command respect. Ligotti wrote Songs of a Dead Dreamer. (Dec.)
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  • ISBN-13: 9781596064096
  • Publisher: Subterranean Press
  • Publication date: 7/28/2011
  • Pages: 226
  • Product dimensions: 6.33 (w) x 9.29 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 9

The Voice of the Damned

The Last Feast of Harlequin 13

The Spectacles in The Drawer 55

Flowers of The Abyss 69

Nethescurial 79

The Voice of the Demon

The Dreaming in Nortown 97

The Mystics of Muelenburg 121

In The Shadow of Another World 131

The Cocoons 145

The Voice of the Dreamer

The Night School 159

The Glamour 171

The Voice of the Child

The Library of Byzantium 185

Miss Plarr 201

The Voice of Our Name

The Shadow at the Bottom of the World 215

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