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New Fears: New Horror Stories by Masters of the Genre

by Mark Morris (Editor)

Other authors: Nina Allan (Contributor), AK Benedict (Contributor), Chaz Brenchley (Contributor), Ramsey Campbell (Contributor), Stephen Gallagher (Contributor)14 more, Brady Golden (Contributor), Christopher Golden (Contributor), Muriel Gray (Contributor), Carole Johnstone (Contributor), Brian Keene (Contributor), Stephen Laws (Contributor), Brian Lillie (Contributor), Alison Littlewood (Contributor), Sarah Lotz (Contributor), Josh Malerman (Contributor), Adam LG Nevill (Contributor), Kathryn Ptacek (Contributor), Angela Slatter (Contributor), Conrad Williams (Contributor)

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Disappointing, really. A couple of stories stuck out. The House of the Head and The Abduction Door were genuinely creepy, The Boggle Hole was nicely sentimental. Unfortunately most of the rest were pretty dull, some like Speaking Still and Shelter in Place were just dumb, while The Roundabout was complete gibberish. If this is the state of modern horror fiction, I'm sorry, I'll stick to watching The Conjuring then. ( )
  drmaf | Jun 11, 2018 |
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Allan, NinaContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Benedict, AKContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Brenchley, ChazContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Malerman, JoshContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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FEAR COMES IN MANY FORMS The horror genre's greatest living practitioners drag our darkest fears kicking and screaming into the light in this collection of nineteen brand-new stories. In "The Boggle Hole" by Alison Littlewood an ancient folk tale leads to irrevocable loss. In Josh Malerman's "The House of the Head" a dollhouse becomes the focus for an incident both violent and inexplicable. And in "Speaking Still" Ramsey Campbell suggests that beyond death there may be far worse things waiting than we can ever imagine... Numinous, surreal and gut wrenching, New Fears is a vibrant collection showcasing the very best fiction modern horror has to offer.… (more)

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