Horror

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“The novel’s mercurial prose may take some readers out of the reading experience, but then, this style is a bit of an acquired taste.”

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Black Feathers is a well-conceived and -executed anthology, and a showcase of some of the finest speculative and weird fiction of 2017.”

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“a fascinating thriller that is at the same time a dark fairy tale. . .”

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School is out and Xanther can finally spend more time with the little one, her white cat.

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a remarkable accomplishment in literary suspense.”

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Fantasy author and artist Brom has continued his trend of rewriting myths and legends with the recently released Lost Gods.

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What the #@&% Is That?, edited by John Joseph Adams and Douglas Cohen, features fiction from established authors such as John Langan, Laird Barron, Christopher Golden, and Johnathan Ma

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“a chilling reminder that occasionally things going bump in the night often can’t be explained.”

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A clever post-apocalyptic fantasy, full of hilarious one-liners, horrific science experiments gone wrong, and a snarky and sexy paratoxicologist named Phoebe.

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Once upon a time it wasn't superhero comic books that ruled the newsstands.

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In a day and age when the #1 selling comic books series is The Walking Dead, it's hard to imagine there was a time when even mentioning the word "zombie" in a comic book was strictly forbi

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“‘Lovecraft saw it coming . . . his stories weren’t fantasies . . . they were predictions . . .’”

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“There are mysteries men can only guess at, which age by age they may solve only in part.”

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Let's face it, back in October 2003 The Walking Dead lit a fire under every writer that was a zombie fan.

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Sylvia Ji has created an artistic oeuvre melding elements of feminine lust and morbid death. Korero Press has assembled a retrospective collection with Day of the Dead and Other Works.

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Nightmares is more than just a memorable and collective anthology; it is an excellent showcase of some of the finest names in contemporary horror and weird fiction, . .

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It is the mid-1930s. Rumania has been invaded by Germany; SS officers are in control of Brasov and surrounding towns. Townspeople are brutalized and arrested, disappearing, never to return.

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Certain Dark Things is arguably the vampire novel for the 21st century.”

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More chilling than outright terrifying, The Graveyard Apartment is a traditional ghost story gone cinematic. . . . a very, very good horror novel.”

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“Never enter a toy shop after midnight. . . .”

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one of the most engrossing, readable, page-turners of 2016.”

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“A necromancer, a witch, a vampire, and a devil walk into Hell . . . ”

A necromancer, a witch, a vampire, and a devil walk into Hell . . .

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Editorial superstar Ellen Datlow possesses a monumental knack for putting out original, thoughtful, and high-quality anthologies.

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Vampyres is a remarkably in-depth and academically dense account of the entire history of the suave upper-class vampiric count that Dracula represents.

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This is a coffee table book. It's that simple. An oversized hardcover that sports a garish and sickly yellow-green dust jacket with a landscape scene of the undead walking through a field.

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