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Book Title: Prime Evil: New Stories by the Masters of Modern Horror|
Date of issue: April 4th 1989
ISBN 13: 9780451159090
The author of the book: Douglas E. Winter
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 729 KB
Read full description of the books Prime Evil: New Stories by the Masters of Modern Horror:Terrible. I do not recommend this book to anyone. Had I read this collection without knowing it was horror I would have said it was about mental illness or being bored to death.
Nightflier - Stephen King
2 - Didn't get good till the last couple pages. Sometimes King writes a ton of boring filler, this is one of those times
Having A Woman At Lunch - Paul Hazel
2.5 - Not sure why they cannibalized her, were they always cannibals?
The Blood Kiss - Dennis Etchison
2 - The script was better than the story
Coming to Grief - Clive Barker
1 - boring, then a cliff monster showed up? Wtf
Food - Thomas Tessier
2.5 - So the lady was a worm thing the entire time? Was she ever a human?
The Great God Pan - M John Harrison
1 - I have no idea what this was suppose to be about.
Orange is for Anguish, Blue for Insanity - David Morell
4 - The only story in this book worth reading
The Juniper Tree - Peter Straub
1 - The fuck is this? A kid getting molested. No thanks.
Spinning Tales with the Dead - Charles L Grant
1 - Sooo he murdered his family and now goes to a lake to talk with their ghosts?
Alice's Last Adventure - Thomas Ligotti
1 - Again I'm not quite sure what I was reading, does this woman suffer from mental illness? Is that what passed for Horror in the 80s?
Next Time You'll Know Me - Ramsey Campbell
1 - How is this horror? This has to be the worst collection of "horror" stories ever. Also boring just like every other story in this book.
The Pool - Whitley Strieber
2 - I don't know if I'm too dense to get what these stories mean? The boy made a radio and could contact... heaven? The afterlife and then wanted to die in the pool?
By Reason of Darkness - Jack Cady
At this point I stopped paying attention. Was three old war buddies and 1 of them calls the other 2 up to his house for some reason. Guy starts remembering about the war blah blah stopped reading it.
Read information about the authorDouglas E. Winter is an American writer, critic and lawyer. A life-long interest in horror has led him to develop a parallel career as horror writer and horror critic. Winter edited horror anthologies Prime Evil (1988), and Revelations (1997) as well as the interviews collection Faces of Fear (1985, revised 1990). He has also written biographies of Stephen King and Clive Barker. He is a member of the National Book Critics Circle.
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