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Featured Book Review: Darkbound
Darkbound is an amazing book. Michaelbrent Collings outdid himself with this book. It is not at all what I thought it would be. I took three nights to finish this book because I stayed up way past my bedtime. Darkbound was so suspenseful that I just kept on reading to…
Horror books Review
“Step into the weird and unpredictable world of classic fantasy and horror in this spine-tingling anthology of stories and novellas from the incomparable pulp magazines Famous Fantastic Mysteries and Fantastic Novels.” 1. Behind the Curtain by Francis Stevens. 2. Pegasus by Henry Kuttner. 3.The Face in the Abyss by A. Merritt. 4. Fungus Isle by Philip M. Fisher. 5. John Ovington Returns by Max Brand. 6. Fishhead by Irvin S. Cobb. 7. The Outcast by E.F. Benson. 8. The Yellow Sign by Robert W. Chambers. 9.The Derelict by William Hope Hodgson. 10. The Novel of the White Powder by Arthur Machen. 11. The Highwayman by Lord Dunsany. 12. Daemon by C. L Moore. 13. The Burial of the Rats by Bram Stoker. 14.The Day of the Deepies by Murray Leinster. 15. The Horror of the Heights by Arthur Conan Doyle. 16. The Lonesome Place by August Derleth. 17. The Shadow and the Flash by Jack London. 18. That Low by Theodore Sturgeon. 19. The Human Angle by William Tenn. 20. The Toys of Fate by Tod Robbins. 21. The Counter Charm by Margaret St. Clair. 22. Guardian Angel by Authur C. Clarke. 23. Mimic Donald A. Wollheim. 24. The Music of Erich Zann by H. P. Lovecraft. 25. The Dancing Partner by Jerome Lucas White. 26. Lukundoo by Edward Lucas White. 27. The Man Who Collected Poe by Robert Bloch. 28. Thus I Refute Beelzy by John Collier. 29. Homecoming by Ray Bradbury. 30. Worms of the Earth by Robert E. Howard.