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Wicked Delights by John Llewellyn Probert

Wicked Delights

by John Llewellyn Probert

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His funny, charming, and odd personality reeks throughout every sentence of his writing – finding a voice that is like no other. Readers may compare his short fiction to Neil Gaiman, Jeremy Shipp, or Clive Barker (on helium)… Another winner from a unique press.
added by iamiam | editHorrorWorld.org, Dave Simms (Jul 1, 2010)
[star] Prolific horror writer Probert ("The Faculty of Terror") offers up 18 gruesome, unsettling, and often unnervingly funny tales in his wide-​​ranging fifth short story collection. … Vividly creepy images… are all the more compelling when rendered in Probert’s breezy style. An illuminating and frequently hilarious afterword ends the collection on a gentle note.
A fine collection from a writer who… is a skilled storyteller, one who works at his craft, and is always going to provide fair measure of thrills and chills in a horror mode for the discerning reader.
added by iamiam | editBlack Static Magazine, Peter Tennant
When he’s not penning gruesomely amusing horror tales, Probert writes essays online reviewing some of his favorite slasher flicks, both obscure and famous. In his fifth story collection, his cinematic appetite often manifests in stray movie references and crisp, screenplay-​​ready narration laced with vivid imagery. The opening story, “At Midnight I Will Steal Your Soul,” for instance, shares its title with a little-​​known 1964 Brazilian movie and follows a fearful woman’s visit to a psychiatric hospital, where an evil presence waits to claim her soul and body.… More than once Probert goes absurdly over the top with his story arcs, but his penchant for wily humor and odd narrative twists just as often yields a genre gem.
added by iamiam | editALA’s “Booklist” magazine, Carl Hays
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The book that sucks the blood from children

The film that turns people into self-destructive sadomasochistic obsessives

The lunatic asylum that steals souls

The art exhibition of mutilated humanity…
where the exhibits are still alive!

Wicked Delights

John Llewellyn Probert’s latest short story collection – containing 18 delicious selections across 352 delectable pages – mixes the cruel with the carnal, the sadistic with the sexual, the erotic with the outrageous, to bring you tales of a cuckolded husband’s terrible revenge, the television channel where you can pay off your debts but at the worst price imaginable, the man willing to do anything to improve his chances of success with the ladies, a marriage guidance counselor who goes to bloody extremes to prove her point, the woman who will do anything to keep her family, and a city made entirely from human bone. All of this, and the last Christmas ever, just to make things even more cheery.
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Atomic Fez Publishing

2 editions of this book were published by Atomic Fez Publishing.

Editions: 0981159729, 098115977X


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