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The follow-up to the nationwide bestseller I Shudder at Your Touch. Here are 22 sensually scary stories from authors such as Ramsey Campbell, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Harlan Ellison, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and more. Follow their unflinching imaginations deep into the heart of darkness . . . if you dare. 1 • Aphra • (1993) • short story by Nancy A. Collins [as by Nancy C The follow-up to the nationwide bestseller I Shudder at Your Touch. Here are 22 sensually scary stories from authors such as Ramsey Campbell, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Harlan Ellison, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and more. Follow their unflinching imaginations deep into the heart of darkness . . . if you dare. 1 • Aphra • (1993) • short story by Nancy A. Collins [as by Nancy Collins] 18 • Eye of the Lynx • [The Nyctalops Trilogy • 3] • (1983) • short story by Thomas Ligotti 29 • Heavy Set • (1964) • short story by Ray Bradbury (variant of Heavy-Set) 40 • Mr. Wrong • (1975) • novelette by Elizabeth Jane Howard 77 • The Runaway Lovers • (1967) • short story by Ray Russell 90 • The First Time • (1993) • short story by David Kuehls 105 • The Ceremony • (1897) • short story by Arthur Machen 110 • The Nature of the Evidence • (1923) • short story by May Sinclair 123 • The Face of Helene Bournouw • (1960) • short story by Harlan Ellison 134 • A Host of Furious Fancies • (1980) • short story by J. G. Ballard 149 • When the Red Storm Comes: Or, The History of a Young Lady's Awakening to Her Nature • (1993) • short story by Sarah Smith 165 • Ravissante • (1968) • novelette by Robert Aickman 196 • A Birthday (revised) • (1987) • short story by Lisa Tuttle 210 • The Crooked Man • (1955) • short story by Charles Beaumont 221 • On the Lake of Last Wishes • (1993) • short story by Claudia O'Keefe 238 • Again • (1981) • short story by Ramsey Campbell 251 • Kin to Love • (1935) • short story by T. H. White 263 • Same Time, Same Place • (1963) • short story by Mervyn Peake 274 • The Model • (1975) • short story by Robert Bloch 284 • Silver Circus • (1927) • short story by A. E. Coppard 297 • Honeymoon • (1931) • short story by Clement Wood 306 • The Parasite • (1894) • novella by Arthur Conan Doyle 354 • Notes on the Authors • (1993) • essay by Michele Slung


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The follow-up to the nationwide bestseller I Shudder at Your Touch. Here are 22 sensually scary stories from authors such as Ramsey Campbell, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Harlan Ellison, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and more. Follow their unflinching imaginations deep into the heart of darkness . . . if you dare. 1 • Aphra • (1993) • short story by Nancy A. Collins [as by Nancy C The follow-up to the nationwide bestseller I Shudder at Your Touch. Here are 22 sensually scary stories from authors such as Ramsey Campbell, Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Harlan Ellison, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and more. Follow their unflinching imaginations deep into the heart of darkness . . . if you dare. 1 • Aphra • (1993) • short story by Nancy A. Collins [as by Nancy Collins] 18 • Eye of the Lynx • [The Nyctalops Trilogy • 3] • (1983) • short story by Thomas Ligotti 29 • Heavy Set • (1964) • short story by Ray Bradbury (variant of Heavy-Set) 40 • Mr. Wrong • (1975) • novelette by Elizabeth Jane Howard 77 • The Runaway Lovers • (1967) • short story by Ray Russell 90 • The First Time • (1993) • short story by David Kuehls 105 • The Ceremony • (1897) • short story by Arthur Machen 110 • The Nature of the Evidence • (1923) • short story by May Sinclair 123 • The Face of Helene Bournouw • (1960) • short story by Harlan Ellison 134 • A Host of Furious Fancies • (1980) • short story by J. G. Ballard 149 • When the Red Storm Comes: Or, The History of a Young Lady's Awakening to Her Nature • (1993) • short story by Sarah Smith 165 • Ravissante • (1968) • novelette by Robert Aickman 196 • A Birthday (revised) • (1987) • short story by Lisa Tuttle 210 • The Crooked Man • (1955) • short story by Charles Beaumont 221 • On the Lake of Last Wishes • (1993) • short story by Claudia O'Keefe 238 • Again • (1981) • short story by Ramsey Campbell 251 • Kin to Love • (1935) • short story by T. H. White 263 • Same Time, Same Place • (1963) • short story by Mervyn Peake 274 • The Model • (1975) • short story by Robert Bloch 284 • Silver Circus • (1927) • short story by A. E. Coppard 297 • Honeymoon • (1931) • short story by Clement Wood 306 • The Parasite • (1894) • novella by Arthur Conan Doyle 354 • Notes on the Authors • (1993) • essay by Michele Slung

30 review for Shudder Again: 22 Tales of Sex and Horror

  1. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    Ελληνικός τίτλος: Τρέμω στο Άγγιγμά σου ΙΙ, εκδόσεις Anubis. Πολύ ενδιαφέρουσα συλλογή διηγημάτων, αν και για κάποια απ' αυτά χρειάζεται αρκετή φαντασία για να βρεθεί κάποια σχέση με τον ερωτισμό ή το σεξ. Θα προτιμούσα να έλειπαν τα εισαγωγικά σημειώματα σε κάθε διήγημα, μια που μου φάνηκαν, στην πλειοψηφία τους, αρκετά άστοχα. Και, τέλος πάντων, είναι λίγο άκομψο να αφιερώνεις μια συλλογή στον Stephen King, και μέσα να υπονοείς ότι εμπνεύστηκε την ιδέα για την "Κριστίν" από ένα απ' τα διηγήματ Ελληνικός τίτλος: Τρέμω στο Άγγιγμά σου ΙΙ, εκδόσεις Anubis. Πολύ ενδιαφέρουσα συλλογή διηγημάτων, αν και για κάποια απ' αυτά χρειάζεται αρκετή φαντασία για να βρεθεί κάποια σχέση με τον ερωτισμό ή το σεξ. Θα προτιμούσα να έλειπαν τα εισαγωγικά σημειώματα σε κάθε διήγημα, μια που μου φάνηκαν, στην πλειοψηφία τους, αρκετά άστοχα. Και, τέλος πάντων, είναι λίγο άκομψο να αφιερώνεις μια συλλογή στον Stephen King, και μέσα να υπονοείς ότι εμπνεύστηκε την ιδέα για την "Κριστίν" από ένα απ' τα διηγήματα (που ουσιαστικά δεν έχει την παραμικρή σχέση με αυτό το μυθιστόρημα). Τέσσερα αστέρια, όχι γιατί δεν είχε κακά ή μέτρια διηγήματα, αλλά γιατί τα καλά της συλλογής είναι πραγματικά εξαιρετικά. Πάμε στα ίδια τα διηγήματα: Άφρα, Nancy A. Collins: Καλή ιστορία, όχι τρομακτική όμως. 3* Το Μάτι του Λύγκα, Thomas Ligotti: Εφιαλτικές και άλλο τόσο ελκυστικές εικόνες. 4* Ο Φουσκωτός, Ray Bradbury: Μια συγκλονιστική, σκοτεινή ιστορία. 5* Ο Λάθος Άνθρωπος, Elizabeth Jane Howard: Φλύαρη αλλά ενδιαφέρουσα ιστορία. 3* Οι Φυγάδες Εραστές, Ray Russell: Εξαιρετικά διασκεδαστική. 5* Η Πρώτη Φορά, David Kuehls: Γραμμένη με σκοπό να σοκάρει. Το καταφέρνει. 5* Η Τελετή, Arthur Machen: Wtf? 1* Η Φύση των Τεκμηρίων, May Sinclair: Προβλέψιμη ιστορία φαντασμάτων, όχι κακή. 3* Το Πρόσωπο της Έλιν Μπουρνάου, Harlan Ellison: Λίγο βαρετή, αλλά με καλό τέλος. 3* Φορέας Άγριων Ψευδαισθήσεων, J. G. Ballard: Συγκλονιστική, απ' τις καλύτερες του βιβλίου. 5* Όταν Έρχεται η Κόκκινη Θύελλα, Sarah Smith: Βαμπιροϊστορία της πλάκας. 1* Ravissante, Robert Aickman: Μάλλον κάτι υπάρχει εδώ, απλά εγώ δεν το βρήκα. 2* Κάποια Γενέθλια, Lisa Tuttle: Αιματοβαμμένη θα τη χαρακτήριζα! 4* Ένας Διεστραμμένος Άνθρωπος, Charles Beaumont: Ανατρεπτική για την εποχή της. 4* Στη Λίμνη των Τελευταίων Επιθυμιών, Claudia O' Keefe: Προσπαθεί να συγκινήσει, χωρίς επιτυχία. 2* Ξανά, Ramsey Cambell: Creepy!!! 5* Η Συνάφεια του Έρωτα, Τ.Η. White: Ασυνήθιστη ιστορία, χωρίς δομή. Ενδιαφέρουσα όμως. 3* Ίδιο Μέρος, Ίδια Ώρα, Mervyn Peake: Εφιαλτική τελειότητα. 5* Το Μοντέλο, Robert Bloch: Η τελευταία γραμμή σ' αφήνει παγωτό. 4* Το Ασημένιο Τσίρκο, A.E. Coppard: Αν και πολύ έξυπνα γραμμένη, δεν μου άρεσε. 2* Μήνας του Μέλιτος, Clement Wood: Εμ, γι' αυτό δεν παίρνεις γουρούνι στο σακί καλή μου. 3* Το Παράσιτο, Arthur Conan Doyle: Μια καταπληκτική νουβέλα από έναν υπέροχο συγγραφέα, που δυστυχώς χαντακώνεται από το βιαστικό, άνισο τέλος της. 4*

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Aphra by Nancy A. Collins - 021013 - intriguing. A story about how what we first find erotic continues through our lives Eye of the Lynx by Thomas Ligotti - 041913 - not really a writing style I read, so it wasn't a favorite story. I did like the overall theme, trapping your love in your heart (or I think that is the theme...like I said, the writing style was not for me) Heavy Set by Ray Bradbury I went back to look at this one, I don't remember when I read it and sadly it didn't make much of an i Aphra by Nancy A. Collins - 021013 - intriguing. A story about how what we first find erotic continues through our lives Eye of the Lynx by Thomas Ligotti - 041913 - not really a writing style I read, so it wasn't a favorite story. I did like the overall theme, trapping your love in your heart (or I think that is the theme...like I said, the writing style was not for me) Heavy Set by Ray Bradbury I went back to look at this one, I don't remember when I read it and sadly it didn't make much of an impression. an okay story. Mr. Wrong by Elizabeth Jane Howard 082013 - they compared it to Christine in the little intro - I disagree. It was more like a twilight zone story - thought a bit darker The Runaway Lovers by Ray Russell 082013 - creepy. Proving that the imagination can be much worse than the actuality. Letting someone imagine what might happen, and then telling them it will -- even if you don't intend to follow through -- can be much more harmful that ACTUALLY following through The First Time by David Kuehls - disturbing, incest, and what your past does to mold your future - I didn't like it, but not because it was a bad story..it was more like a disturbing episode of criminal minds The Ceremony by Arthur Machen - weird story about sex with a stone The Nature of the Evidence by May Sinclair - true love never dies and apparently neither does passion...creepy ghost story The Face of Helene Bournouw by Harlan Ellison - an eerily accurate story of the beautiful people...maybe there is a reason beyond just good genes A Host of Furious Fancies by J.G. Ballard - a bit of a twist...interesting how the mind can play tricks on you as you age When the Red Storm Comes by Sarah Smith - a vampire tale that I can't hardly recall Ravissante by Robert Aickman - another one that I am not sure what I read. A Birthday by Lisa Tuttle - disturbing. Not sure how I feel about this one. and not really believable, which is not necessary in a horror story, but -- I wasn't really able to suspend my disbelief. The Crooked Man by Charles Beaumont - WOW. To know that this was written and published back in the mid 50's...and I would like to think we have come a long way..and yet...we really haven't. GREAT read. On the Lake of Last Wishes by Claudia O'Keefe 072114- what a very sad story. About choices we make. And it has a black swan. Again by Ramsey Campbell 072214 - a creepy ghost/zombie story. The ending was weird, still not sure where he was going with it Kin to Love by T.H. White 072414 - i may have missed something, but this was mainly just a love is close to pain story. Same Time, Same Place by Mervyn Peake - what if someone who was confined to a house finally decided to break free, but what if the person they met outside the house was really a monster...wouldn't it be possible that if that person was able to return to the house, they would then never leave? The Model by Robert Bloch - ick. Silver Circus by A.E. Coppard - another weird story. Honeymoon by Clement Wood - psychological horror...what if you waited, and then the man just wasn't interested? The Parasite by Arthur Conan Doyle - 081514 - an interesting story, ended at least sort of happy, but it had potential to be a much darker story Overall, I was disappointed with this collection. There were a few stories I really enjoyed, but the majority left me confused or bored.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Lawrence

    A lot of power hitters in this one in terms of the authors. This is not horror erotica, like some might think, but rather simply a combination of sex and horror (which it states on the cover), and the horrors of sexual needs. My favorites were: David Kuehls - The First Time, because it slaps you in the face at the end, and I love a story where the end changes the entire meaning of what preceded it, and makes you evaluate how you first read it. Charles Beaumont - The Crooked Man, because of the me A lot of power hitters in this one in terms of the authors. This is not horror erotica, like some might think, but rather simply a combination of sex and horror (which it states on the cover), and the horrors of sexual needs. My favorites were: David Kuehls - The First Time, because it slaps you in the face at the end, and I love a story where the end changes the entire meaning of what preceded it, and makes you evaluate how you first read it. Charles Beaumont - The Crooked Man, because of the message and the timeliness, STILL, though this was written in the 50s. It flips a current issue to give a peek at what it would be if the opposite were true. Claudia O'Keefe - On the Lake of Last Wishes, because it was poignant and gorgeous and sad.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jim

    These 22 Tales of Sex and Horror were neither very sexual nor very horrific. Mostly they were dull, obtuse, and, well, just not that good. There were, I think, 3 longer stories, 2 of them being amongst the worst of them, so there was that. There were a couple better stories, but nothing worth slogging through the other 20 or so Tales of Sex and Horror (That Were Neither). I think it relatively rare that I plain out recommend just skipping a book entirely, but I do in this case.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Albert

    I am amazed with your storytelling, great job! If you allow, may I share your book to facebook in order to reach more readers? And by the way, NovelStar is currently conducting a writing competition - You have a great potential. If you wish to join, link is attached herein. https://author.starlight.ink/essay/in... (PC) http://app.novelstar.top/index/index/... (APP) you wish to join. I am amazed with your storytelling, great job! If you allow, may I share your book to facebook in order to reach more readers? And by the way, NovelStar is currently conducting a writing competition - You have a great potential. If you wish to join, link is attached herein. https://author.starlight.ink/essay/in... (PC) http://app.novelstar.top/index/index/... (APP) you wish to join.

  6. 4 out of 5

    ΑΝΝΑ

    Έχοντας πάρει και τα δυο μαζί σαν πακέτο (αν είχα πάρει μονο το πρωτο,δεν υπήρχε περίπτωση να έπαιρνα και το δεύτερο) το διάβασα και αυτό. Ελάχιστα καλύτερο απο το πρώτο. Και πάλι όμως δεν.... Ειδικά τα εισαγωγικά σημειώματα που απο παράγραφο στο πρωτο βιβλίο,πιάνουν σελίδα και εδώ ,τα προσπέρασα χωρίς να τα διαβάσω καν. Με εξέπληξε ευχάριστα η τελευταία ιστορία. Είχαμε συνηθίσει τον Ντουλ με τον Σέρλοκ Χολμς και εδώ μου έκανε εντύπωση το πως στάθηκε ισάξια και παραπάνω σε αυτήν την συλλογή.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Griffin

    One of my favorite go to books for short stories. A good selection of horror wit ha sprinkling of erotica. I still haven't read the first book they released but there is time! One of my favorite go to books for short stories. A good selection of horror wit ha sprinkling of erotica. I still haven't read the first book they released but there is time!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Conal Cochran

    I imagine that a lot of people picked this up imagining lots of heaving bosomed maidens and Barker-esque meditations about pain and pleasure and transgression and were sorely disappointed. Because this book isn't about sexy horror--it's about the horrors of sex. And brother, sex can be horrifying, as the diverse talent assembled here demonstrates. The scattershot approach works well--while I found some of the stories to not be all that interesting , a lot of them crackle. Highlights: The always I imagine that a lot of people picked this up imagining lots of heaving bosomed maidens and Barker-esque meditations about pain and pleasure and transgression and were sorely disappointed. Because this book isn't about sexy horror--it's about the horrors of sex. And brother, sex can be horrifying, as the diverse talent assembled here demonstrates. The scattershot approach works well--while I found some of the stories to not be all that interesting , a lot of them crackle. Highlights: The always dependable Ramsey Campbell demonstrates, with "Again," his supernatural ability with words--no one, but NO ONE can recreate the sensation of having a nightmare with Campbell, which is why I think he is, at least technically speaking, the scariest writer around. "Aphra" sets the perfect tone for the collection, and has caused me to drastically revisit my dismissal of Nancy Collins as just another one of the "modern-day vampire" writers I find so tiresome. This story will make the flesh crawl off your bones--just the way the creeptastic protagonist likes it... "The Crooked Man" by Charles Beaumont and "The Runaway Lovers" by Russell are both fun pulp adventures. "The First Time" by David Kuehls--more like David CRUELS, amirite?--is clever and nasty and has a touch of Bloch and Bradbury, which brings us to the Bradbury story, "Heavy Set," which is...something else. It's clearly a horror story, and it's clearly a story about sex--but neither horror nor sex ever explicitly enter into the equation at all. "Silver Circus" by A.E. Coppard is a stupendous conte cruel/Grand Guignol story of the best kind--a brilliant little joke, except at the end nobody's laughing. Finally, there's Clement Wood's Honeymoon, which (if the ending means what I think it means, although I desperately hope it doesn't), may be the nastiest bit of work on display. Then there are a few clunkers--"Mr. Wrong" by Elizabeth Jane Howard is well written--oh so very well written!--that it's a real shame when the horror elements of it feel more than a little bit tacked on. Ligotti, Ballard and Ellison are all predictably self-indulgent. T.H. White's "Kin to Love" starts out in the territory of nasty but doesn't quite go far enough at the pivotal moment to earn the sneering cynicism it espouses. The rest are only relatively memorable, in that way of anthologies, although they are all of them well-written.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Voulgari

    Τα αγαπημένα μου χωρία σ'αυτό το βιβλίο ήταν πολλά,αλλά θα γράψω μερικά: 1)Arthur Machen-Η τελετή: "Αν ακολουθήσουμε κάθε κλάδο της ανθρώπινης γνώσης ως τη ρίζα του και την απώτατη αλήθεια του,τότε θα τον δούμε να εξατμίζεται μέσα σε μια αχλή μυστηρίου","Φάνταζε λες κι ατενίζει κανείς μια βελούδινη κουρτίνα,ένα βαρύ,μυστηριώδες,αδιαπέραστο σκότος,κι έπειτα,για ένα πετάρισμα των βλεφάρων,διακρίνει μέσα από μια τρύπα μεγάλη όσο το κεφάλι μιας καρφίτσας μια πολυθρύλητη πόλη να φλέγεται,φωτιά να γλεί Τα αγαπημένα μου χωρία σ'αυτό το βιβλίο ήταν πολλά,αλλά θα γράψω μερικά: 1)Arthur Machen-Η τελετή: "Αν ακολουθήσουμε κάθε κλάδο της ανθρώπινης γνώσης ως τη ρίζα του και την απώτατη αλήθεια του,τότε θα τον δούμε να εξατμίζεται μέσα σε μια αχλή μυστηρίου","Φάνταζε λες κι ατενίζει κανείς μια βελούδινη κουρτίνα,ένα βαρύ,μυστηριώδες,αδιαπέραστο σκότος,κι έπειτα,για ένα πετάρισμα των βλεφάρων,διακρίνει μέσα από μια τρύπα μεγάλη όσο το κεφάλι μιας καρφίτσας μια πολυθρύλητη πόλη να φλέγεται,φωτιά να γλείφει τους τοίχους και τα κεραμίδια.Κι έπειτα πάλι τη σκηνή τυλίγει το σκοτάδι,έτσι που η όραση γίνεται ψευδαίσθηση σχεδόν την ίδια στιγμή του οράν." 2)J.G.Ballard-Φορέας Άγριων Ψευδαισθήσεων: "...οι ορθωμένοι δείκτες στέκονταν ακόμη στητοί δείχνοντας μεσάνυχτα-η ώρα που τελείωνε ο χορός,που οι ερωτοτροπίες και οι επιπολαιότητες της γιορτής έφταναν στο τέρμα τους και ξεκινούσε η σοβαρή υπόθεση της πραγματικής σεξουλικής σχέσης.Τρέμοντας την αρσενική αυτή στύση,η Σταχτοπούτα το έβαζε πάντα στα πόδια τα μεσάνυχτα." 3)Robert Aickamn-Ravissante: "Οι άνθρωποι έχουν την τάση να θεωρούν πως πάντοτε θα νιώιουν για κάποιο συγκεκριμένο πράγμα αυτό που νιώθουν σε μια δεδομένη σστιγμή,καλό ή κακό΄ή θεωρούν ό,τι, όταν η στιγμή είναι καλή,θα μπορούσαν να εξακολουθήσουν να νιώθουν το ίδιο,αν μονάχα κατάφερναν να διατητήσουν το συγκεκριμένο πλαίσιο και τις συνθήκες","Το αντικείμενο του θαυμασμού κάποιου υποσκάπτεται από την εχθρική κριτική,οσοδήποτε ασύνετη κι αν είναι,και ο θαυμαστής δεν μπορεί να κάνει τίποτε για να επουλώσει την πληγή,ακόμη κι αν η λογική του επισημαίνει ότι ο επικριτής δε βασίζεται πουθενά." 4)Claudia O'Keefe-Στη λίμνη των τελευταίων επιθυμιών: "Ακόμη κι αν δεν υπάρχει τίποτε μετά το θάνατο,θα'θελα να ξέρω ότι όσο ήμουν ζωντανή η αγάπη ήταν κάτι το αληθινό","Μεγάλη θλίψη υπήρχει στο πάθος του και μεγάλη αγάπη έκλεινε ο θυμός του.Έκανε έρωτα λες κι αυτή ήταν η τελευταία ηδονή που θα του επιτρεπόταν ποτέ μέχρι να πεθάνει και κείνη συνειδητοποίησε ότι σ'αυτό έμοιαζαν πολύ οι δυο τους." 5)Arthur Conan Doyle-Το παράσιτο: "Η διάβρωση των ίδιων μας των λόγων είναι η μεγαλύτερη θυσία που απαιτεί από εμάς η αλήθεια".

  10. 5 out of 5

    B. Barron

    Aphra • (1993) • short story by Nancy A. Collins [as by Nancy Collins] - **** Eye of the Lynx • [The Nyctalops Trilogy • 3] • (1983) • short story by Thomas Ligotti - *** Heavy Set • (1964) • short story by Ray Bradbury (variant of Heavy-Set) - ** Mr. Wrong • (1975) • novelette by Elizabeth Jane Howard - ** The Runaway Lovers • (1967) • short story by Ray Russell - **** The First Time • (1993) • short story by David Kuehls - **** (EWWWW!) The Ceremony • (1897) • short story by Arthur Machen - ** The Na Aphra • (1993) • short story by Nancy A. Collins [as by Nancy Collins] - **** Eye of the Lynx • [The Nyctalops Trilogy • 3] • (1983) • short story by Thomas Ligotti - *** Heavy Set • (1964) • short story by Ray Bradbury (variant of Heavy-Set) - ** Mr. Wrong • (1975) • novelette by Elizabeth Jane Howard - ** The Runaway Lovers • (1967) • short story by Ray Russell - **** The First Time • (1993) • short story by David Kuehls - **** (EWWWW!) The Ceremony • (1897) • short story by Arthur Machen - ** The Nature of the Evidence • (1923) • short story by May Sinclair - *** The Face of Helene Bournouw • (1960) • short story by Harlan Ellison - **** A Host of Furious Fancies • (1980) • short story by J. G. Ballard - *** When the Red Storm Comes: Or, The History of a Young Lady's Awakening to Her Nature • (1993) • short story by Sarah Smith - **** Ravissante • (1968) • novelette by Robert Aickman - *** A Birthday (revised) • (1987) • short story by Lisa Tuttle - *** The Crooked Man • (1955) • short story by Charles Beaumont - ***** On the Lake of Last Wishes • (1993) • short story by Claudia O'Keefe - **** Again • (1981) • short story by Ramsey Campbell - **** Kin to Love • (1935) • short story by T. H. White - ** Same Time, Same Place • (1963) • short story by Mervyn Peake - ** The Model • (1975) • short story by Robert Bloch - **** Silver Circus • (1927) • short story by A. E. Coppard - *** Honeymoon • (1931) • short story by Clement Wood - ** The Parasite • (1894) • novella by Arthur Conan Doyle - *** Notes on the Authors • (1993) • essay by Michele Slung - *** ----------------

  11. 5 out of 5

    Aude

    J’ai aimé une seule nouvelle. Je crois que cette lecture n’était vraiment pas pour moi.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Isabelle Amy Wright

  13. 5 out of 5

    Scott

  14. 4 out of 5

    Hend Essam

  15. 4 out of 5

    Plum Coyle

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mirko

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amy Gatten

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shogo Makishima

  19. 4 out of 5

    Robin

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marni

  22. 4 out of 5

    Paula Gay

  23. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lockett

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lynn

  25. 4 out of 5

    Emmapixi

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tim Westvang

  27. 4 out of 5

    OTIS

  28. 5 out of 5

    James Adams

  29. 5 out of 5

    Natalie Anne Palmer

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brett

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