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Charles L. Grant – In A Dark Dream

Posted by demonik on January 18, 2012

Charles L. Grant – In A Dark Dream   (NEL, 1990: originally TOR, 1989)

 

Blurb:
`Something bad coming. Something bad … ‘

She huddled, shivering and sobbing against her father.

`Something bad..’

The nightmare she could barely explain.

New England summer. School’s out and the small town waiting for the arrival of the summer people, the cottage owners. The months of swimming in the lake, cookouts, woodsmoke and summer love. The carefree time.

But something bad coming. Something twisted and vile, prefigured in dark, tormented dreams. Evil, tracking and sniffing its way towards them, slithering out of imagination into reality.

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Underwood & Miller – Kingdom Of Fear

Posted by demonik on June 26, 2009

Tim Underwood & Chuck Miller (eds.) – Kingdom Of Fear: The World Of Stephen King (New English Library, 1987)

kingdomoffear

There’s only one way to really understand fear ….

Eighteen unique insights into the fastest-selling authhor of horror today.

Essays by celebrated critics and master horror novelists on the leading writer of the 80s.

What ten things scare Stephen King The Most?

Who first found out Richard Bachman was really Stephen King?

Why does Andrew Greelry think King’s horror has a healing power?

Why has King sold more books than there are people in Britain?

KINGDOM OF FEAR

A fascinating, frightening and unforgettable collection of amazing facts about Stephen King.

Read it now. Before the nightmares come ….

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