The Wolves of God and Other Fey Stories

Although Blackwood wrote a number of horror stories, his most typical work seeks less to frighten than to induce a sense of awe Good examples are the novels The Centaur, which climaxes with a traveller s sight of a herd of the mythical creatures and
The Wolves of God and Other Fey Stories Although Blackwood wrote a number of horror stories his most typical work seeks less to frighten than to induce a sense of awe Good examples are the novels The Centaur which climaxes with a travelle

  • Title: The Wolves of God and Other Fey Stories
  • Author: Algernon Blackwood Wilfred Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781434492524
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Wolves of God and Other Fey Stories”

    1. Wow! I haven't read Blackwood in at least a decade and I have forgotten how simply wonderful his grasp of the human condition is. These stories cover a wide range of horror, and one is even more of a fey romance, but they all seem to speak to deep longings in the heart that I didn't even know we're there. It is amazing how each story resonates at a different frequency - a totally separate subject and feeling, and yet just as deep and meaningful. I am now going to go back and reread his writings [...]

    2. It's been a while since I rated one of Blackwood's books so highly. For most of his work, he's been letting me down, but this collection really has some gems, particularly Confession and First Hate. Empty Sleeve was also quite strong. The two weakest in this collection were The Man Who Found Out and Vengeance is Mine, both getting one star. The rest got three or four stars, making this collection pretty solid, especially compared to many of his other works. Nothing was as good as The Willows, bu [...]

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