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Author:
Stephen Jones
ISBN13:
978-1841199238
ISBN:
1841199230
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Publisher:
Constable & Robinson Ltd (September 30, 2004)
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Genre Fiction
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Rating:
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STEPHEN JONES lives in London, England. The Mammoth Book of 20th Century Science Fiction. The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica. He is the winner of three World Fantasy Awards, four Horror Writers Association Bram Stoker Awards and three International Horror Guild Awards as well as being a seventeen-time recipient of the British Fantasy Award and a Hugo Award nominee. The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror. The Mammoth Book of Best New Manga. The Mammoth Book of Best New SF.

Читать онлайн - Jones Stephen. Volume 13 Электронная библиотека e-libra. ru Читать онлайн The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror. Volume 13. Jones Stephen. The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 13 INTRODUCTION Horror in 2001 In 2001, book sales in the uk were boosted by the success of the Harry Potter series to more than £1 billion. Almost 130 million titles were sold by booksellers, although a higher proportion of books are now purchased over the Internet. Horror titles were up in America for the first time since the mid-1990s.

Book 15 of 25 in the Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Series

Book 15 of 25 in the Mammoth Book of Best New Horror Series. He are some of the stories in this anthology that I have thus far read: "Fear the Dead"- A young boy copes mysteriously with the death of his grandmother.

Best New Horror: Volume 25. by Stephen Jones. Shelve The Giant Book Of Best New Horror.

Book 15. Best New Horror 15. Shelve Best New Horror 15. Want to Read. Best New Horror: Volume 25. Best New Horror combines dozens of the best an. ore.

Books-A-Million bought the inventory and property leases on a number of stores, while the remainder closed down. Broadcaster Muriel Gray’s third horror novel, The Ancient, came with a recommendation from Stephen King

Books-A-Million bought the inventory and property leases on a number of stores, while the remainder closed down. Crown was once the third-largest book retailer in America. Broadcaster Muriel Gray’s third horror novel, The Ancient, came with a recommendation from Stephen King. It involved the raising of a demon amongst the piles of garbage in Lima and a supertanker loaded with terrifying trash. The Fury and the Terror was John Farris’s long-awaited sequel to The Fury, involving a young psychic and a government mind-control conspiracy.

The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror is an anthology series published annually by Constable & Robinson since 1990. The first six anthologies were originally published under the name Best New Horror before the title was changed beginning with the seventh book.

Vol 15. Stephen Jones. The World Fantasy Award, British Fantasy Award and International Horror Guild Award-winning series. Also featuring the most comprehensive yearly overview of horror around the world, lists of useful contact addresses and a fascinating necrology, this is the only book that should be required reading for every fan of dark fiction.

The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror. Annotation. Number 13 - lucky for horror fans! This award-winning anthology series has now reached its thirteenth spectacular volume and to mark the event, Steve Jones has chosen only the very best short stories and novellas by today’s finest exponents of the horror genre. Contributors to this volume include: Gala Blau, Ramsey Campbell, Dennis Etchison, Charles Grant, Glen Hirshberg, Chico Kidd, Nancy Kilpatrick, Paul J. McAuley, Conrad Williams.

Andy Murray’s Into the Unknown: The Fantastic Life of Nigel Kneale from Headpress was the first full biography of the British author and screenwriter (who died a few months after it was published).

  • Best New Horror books are the best for each contains many stories from the dark side. Better than any news channels on TV!

  • I have to agree with the other reviews on this one, I have a couple other Mammoth Books of Best New Horror and they are much better than this one. I am glad I got it used for just a couple bucks, I would have been much more disappointed if I had paid full price for it. A handful of good stories, and I would hardly categorize those few as scary. Really mostly filler.

  • i have a lot of this series-love short compact thrills-4 stars

  • Thankyou.

  • In spite of the other negative reviews for this horror anthology, I find the stories in the 15th installment in the "Best New Horror" to be quite interesting, even if they are more on the strange side than the scary side. He are some of the stories in this anthology that I have thus far read:

    "Fear the Dead"- A young boy copes mysteriously with the death of his grandmother.

    "Seven Feet"- An ancient rat plague gruesomely returns to modern society.

    "Hunter Lake"- Creepy happenings at a haunted marsh lake.

    "Cell Call"- A very interesting story about a man trapped in a Twilight Zone-like place in the far off woods.

    "The Bereavement Photographer"- A mysterious tale of a man who photographs couples and dead children. He begins to notice weird details in his photos.

    "Mr. Sly Goes for a Cup of Joe"- A real life story about a store robbery.

    I am still reading the others, and suggust you read them all as well. Though this may not be as strong as the previous entries in the series, it is still worth reading and purchasing for 13 bucks.

  • C'mon guys be nice. It isn't that bad. While I agree the tales are less scary than weird (criticism deserved but that's horror anthologies for you) there are a couple of stories worth mentioning. You're illiterate if you aren't taken in by The Goat Cutter. Not only is it creepy but the prose is so well done I consider this literature. The Bereavement Photographer may not scare you but again it's so well written you'll probably read the whole thing anyway.

    I'm half way through and hoping for at least one more banger. Let's stay realistic.

  • This is the second (and last) "Horror" book I try edited by Stephen Jones. He doesn't seem to understand the meaning of horror or being entertained by spooky/scary stories! The stories are WEAK, and none are actually scary.

  • I have a few mammoth books that are either of the horror/terror genre. They're usually pretty good. I'm a Stephen King devotee myself & it's usually hard to find good horror that I'll actually pay attention to. This book just didn't cut it for me. Usually the majority of the stories are great...but this book left me hanging. I'm reading The Mammoth Book of New Terror right now and am pleased as punch. Best New Horror Vol. 15 just was a DISAPPOINTMENT!