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The inexplicable horrors they experienced there haunted them for 13 years, driving one to suicide, another into an asylum, and two more to drink. When new evidence suggests their traumatic shared hallucinations in the mansion might actually be true, the surviving members, their dog sidekick, and the ghost of their former friend head back to Blyton Hills for one last crack at the case.
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The co-authors remain true to their characters, creating a host of men and women with agency and intriguing character arcs to operate within their fantastical, otherworldly framework. Philip, the former lead singer of Detroit rock band the Danes, was a washed-up recording engineer when the army decided to bring his band back into their service, tracking down a mysterious sound in the African desert. Cutter builds suspense by introducing the three protagonists in their broken, post-Little Heaven states, then flashing back to show how they were undone by the deals they made with the horrifying evil residing in the huge obsidian monolith the cult worships.
He also fills the book with mix-and-match creatures, creepy undead children, sinister occult practices, and more horrors to keep you up nights, just wondering if that noise outside was made by the wind, or by a bear with six bird heads stuck to its shoulders.
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Like thunderclouds gathering, each novel forms a cloud of dread and foreboding, until the terrible events finally rain down on the hapless, imperfectly human characters. These are four tightly plotted, unnerving examples of the talents of a dark fiction master at his best, even with a much smaller page count. In his introduction, Mark Morris writes that he was inspired to create his own anthology series by the annual horror anthologies he grew up reading, works showcasing the best of the genre, packed to bursting with well-crafted stories from the masters of horror all over the country, and perhaps, all over the world.
Nevill , and established masters Brian Keene, Ramsey Campbell Morris delivers an unusually powerful slate of stories that hopefully signal the start of a brand new trend in horror fiction. New Fears is a collection of dark corners, and perfect for cold, dark nights; its showcase of talent makes it an excellent gateway drug for the genre as a whole.
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