Monsters, Monsters, Monsters

Table of contents Slime Brennan, J P The foghorn Bradbury, R Impulse Russell, E F Negotium perambulans Benson, E F The monster of Cakaudrove Reed, A W and Hames, I The sphinx Poe, E A The vampires of Tempassuk Rutter, O In the Avu observatory Wells, H G The water monster Hope Simpson, J The horror of the heights Doyle, A C Gabriel ErneTable of contents Slime Brennan, J P The foghorn Bradbury, R Impulse Russell, E F Negotium perambulans Benson, E F The monster of Cakaudrove Reed, A W and Hames, I The sphinx Poe, E A The vampires of Tempassuk Rutter, O In the Avu observatory Wells, H G The water monster Hope Simpson, J The horror of the heights Doyle, A C Gabriel Ernest Saki Moxon s master Bierce A The outsider Lovecraft H.P.
Monsters Monsters Monsters Table of contents Slime Brennan J P The foghorn Bradbury R Impulse Russell E F Negotium perambulans Benson E F The monster of Cakaudrove Reed A W and Hames I The sphinx Poe E A The vampires of

  • Title: Monsters, Monsters, Monsters
  • Author: Helen Hoke
  • ISBN: 9780851665320
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Helen Hoke's "Terrific Triple Titles" is a beautifully subversive series of anthologies, introducing kids and teens to the great horror writers of the pulp and Playboy eras without censorship and with deliciously eerie impressionistic illustrations. My elementary and middle school library stocked a bunch of these (which it obviously had never read for content checks). These were my introduction to serious "adult" horror, and I loved them. This book is one of the lesser titles, but it still conta [...]

    2. My first exposure to horror. Without this tome, I would not have discovered Lovecraft. The rating for this is therefore incredibly biased on my part but I still recommend it as a great and varied anthology. Tales of note apart from The Outsider being Ray Bradbury's The Foghorn, the opening tale, Slime, J.P. Brennan's Slime and Conan Doyle's Horror of the Heights. The monsters here tend towards being of a more speculative and sometimes sympathetic nature than traditional horror frights, which is [...]

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