Lost on the Darkside: Voices from the Edge of Horror

Lost on the Darkside: Voices from the Edge of Horror

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by John Pelan
     
 
This fourth collection in the acclaimed series features 15 original horror stories by David Silva, Michael Reaves, Ramsey Campbell, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, John Pelan, Joseph Ezzo, Mark Samuels, David Wilson, Michael Laimo, Tony Richards, Joe Nassise, Paul Melniczek, Maria Alexander, Gerard Houarner, and Jeffrey Thomas.

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This fourth collection in the acclaimed series features 15 original horror stories by David Silva, Michael Reaves, Ramsey Campbell, Jessica Amanda Salmonson, John Pelan, Joseph Ezzo, Mark Samuels, David Wilson, Michael Laimo, Tony Richards, Joe Nassise, Paul Melniczek, Maria Alexander, Gerard Houarner, and Jeffrey Thomas.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780451460431
Publisher:
Roc
Publication date:
09/06/2005
Series:
Darkside Series
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
4.32(w) x 6.66(h) x 1.12(d)

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Lost on the Darkside: Voices from the Edge of Horror 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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This is the fourth offering in John Pelan¿s Darkside anthology series, yet this one is just as strong as the previous books. 15 original stories showcase some of the best horror authors around. A full list of the stories follows ** At the Circus of the Dead by Tony Richards ** This Body of Death by Maria Alexander ** The Blood of Ink by Joseph A. Ezzo ** Unblinking by Ramsey Campbell ** The Dirty People by David B. Silva ** Glyphotech by Mark Samuels ** Spider Dreams by Michael Reaves ** Behind the Masque by Jeffrey Thomas ** Last Stop by John Pelan ** A Bottle of Egyptian Night by Jessica Amanda Salmonson ** Roadside Memorials by Joseph Nassise ** Comforts of Home by Michael Laimo ** The Call of Farther Shores by David Niall Wilson ** Our World, How Fragile by Paul Melniczek ** The Crawl by Gerard Houarner As with any anthology some stories far outshine others. At the Circus of the Dead, Glyphotech, and The Crawl are easily the best stories, far out stripping the others. Even the average stories in this volume aren¿t bad, and are worth reading. The stories also cover a broad range of horrors and phobia and this anthology is well worth checking out, whether you¿re a fan of short stories or of horror in general. Recommended.