House of Fear

Jonathan Oliver
Solaris, 2011 M09 27 - 416 páginas
The tread on the landing outside the door, when you know you are the only one in the house. The wind whistling through the eves, carrying the voices of the dead. The figure glimpsed briefly through the cracked window of a derelict house.

Editor Jonathan Oliver brings horror home with a collection of haunted house stories by some of the finest writers working in the horror genre, including Joe R. Lansdale, Sarah Pinborough, Lisa Tuttle, Christopher Priest, Adam L. G. Nevill, Nicholas Royle, Chaz Brenchley, Christopher Fowler, Gary Kilworth, Weston Ochse, Eric Brown, Tim Lebbon, Nina Allan, Stephen Volk, Paul Meloy and more.

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Most of this collection is excellent; a few are decent and there are only one or two in the anthology that I didn't care for at all. The theme of the anthology is haunted houses but many of the stories use a very creative interpretation of what constitutes a haunted house. Leer comentario completo

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Objects in Dreams may be Closer than they Appear Lisa Tuttle
Piedàterre Stephen Volk
In the Absence of Murdock Terry Lamsley
Driving the Milky Way Weston Ochse
Hortus Conclusus Chaz Brenchley
The Dark Space in the House in the House in the Garden at the Centre
The Muse of Copenhagen Nina Allan
The Room Upstairs Sarah Pinborough
Trick of the Light Tim Lebbon
What Happened to Me Joe R Lansdale
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Jonathan Oliver is the editor-in-chief of Solaris and Abaddon. He has previously had stories published in a variety of magazines and anthologies in the UK and the US. He has written two novels for Abaddon Books ? The Call of Kerberos and The Wrath of Kerberos ? and his four anthologies for Solaris have received widespread critical acclaim and awards nominations.

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