Dark Fantasies



This Anthology Contains Don T Get Lost By Tanith Lee Shine For Me By Freda Warrington The Will By Brian Stableford Lifelines By Christopher Evans Usurper By Garry Kilworth Dropping Ghyll By John Brunner Life Line By Stephen Gallagher Charley By A L Barker Archway By Nicholas Royle Candle Lies By R M Lamming Being An Angel By Ramsey Campbell Tales From Weston Willow By Ian Watson The Facts In The Case Of Micky Valdon By David Langford Skin Deep By Lisa Tuttle Three Degrees Over By Brian Aldiss And Interesting Times By Chris MorganDark Fantasies

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  • Paperback
  • 319 pages
  • Dark Fantasies
  • Chris Morgan
  • English
  • 09 May 2018
  • 0712634460

10 thoughts on “Dark Fantasies

  1. says:

    This is one of my favourite compilations It includes a number of tales I often go back and re read Including The Will by Brian Stableford, Usurper by Gerry Kilworth, Life Line by Stephen Gallagher, Charley by AL Barker, the hilarious Tales From Weston Willow by Ian Watson, Lifelines by Chrie Evans, Archway by Nicholas Royle, Interesting Times by Chris Morgan And the wonderfully atmospheric Don t Get Lost by Tanith Lee, certainly in my top ten short story list All these tales would get five This is one of my favourite compilations It includes a number of tales I often go back and re read Including The Will by Brian Stableford, Usurper by Gerry Kilworth, Life Line by Stephen Gallagher, Charley by AL Barker, the hilarious Tales From Weston Willow by Ian Watson, Lifelines by Chrie Evans, Archway by Nicholas Royle, Interesting Times by Chris Morgan And the wonderfully atmospheric Don t Get Lost by Tanith Lee, certainly in my top ten short story list All these tales would get five out of five stars from me oh and I nearly forgot Three Degrees Over by Brian Aldiss, the final tale, and one of the best If you like short stories you simply must get hold of a copy of this Excellent

  2. says:

    AUDIO VERSION The editor is the narrator for all stories.This anthology of some quite old tales had me hooked from the start 15 short horror stories for those people who don t like gore.They seem to have a theme of ordinary people being thrust into extraordinary places or places in their minds.Some of these authors were favourites Tanith Lee, Freda Warrington, Brian Aldiss0 but most were new to me, even though I knew of them I hadn t read them.My favourites were the story of Mathew and Mark a AUDIO VERSION The editor is the narrator for all stories.This anthology of some quite old tales had me hooked from the start 15 short horror stories for those people who don t like gore.They seem to have a theme of ordinary people being thrust into extraordinary places or places in their minds.Some of these authors were favourites Tanith Lee, Freda Warrington, Brian Aldiss0 but most were new to me, even though I knew of them I hadn t read them.My favourites were the story of Mathew and Mark a case of time travel and an unforgiving father The new people in the village who were encouraged NOT to fix their garden, and the stranger in the pub talking about the village strange happenings and not to forget the hotline to the dead.I can see anyone of the stories in this book being a BBC TV movie and they probably have

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