The End of the Line
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The End of the Line

Edited by Jonathan Oliver , Contributions by Ramsey Campbell , Contributions by Christopher Fowler , Contributions by Adam Nevill , Contributions by Michael Marshall Smith , Contributions by Pat Cadigan

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This collection of stories from some of horror fiction's best authors will glue you to the page, but watch out; it may leave you too afraid to take the metro to work. This collection of stories from some of horror fiction's best authors will glue you to the page, but watch out; it may leave you too afraid to take the metro to work. In deep tunnels something stirs, borne on a warm breath of wind, reeking of diesel and blood. The spaces between stations hold secrets too terrible for the upper world to comprehend and the steel lines sing with the songs of the dead. Jonathan Oliver has collected together some of the very best in new horror writing in an themed anthology of stories set on, and around, the New York subway, the London underground, the Metro and other places deep below.

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  • Paperback | 358 pages
  • 104.14 x 167.64 x 27.94mm | 181.44g
  • 26 Oct 2010
  • Rebellion
  • SOLARIS
  • Nottingham
  • English
  • 1907519335
  • 9781907519338
  • 205,290

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Christopher Fowler 'Fowler's' strength lies in the way he interprets the darker side of the ordinary.'-the "Guardian "Joe Lansdale 'A folklorist's eye for detail and a front-porch raconteur's sense of pace'.- The New York Times Review. Mark Morris 'The horror debut of the year'-"Science Fiction Chronicle"One of the most respected living horror writers in the world, Ramsey Campbell. Campbell has more awards for his horror tales than any other author, and "is likely to be remembered as the leading horror writer of his generation," according to a contributor to the "St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost, and Gothic Writers." One of the heirs apparent to early-twentieth-century American author H. P. Lovecraft, Campbell's horror stories are often set in contemporary Merseyside, England, his own hometown. His unsettling, dreamlike prose transforms his work into very incredible horror fiction.- Mark Morris 'The horror debut of the year' - "Science Fiction Chronicle "Jonathan Oliver has collected together some of the very best in new horror writing in an themed anthology of stories set on, and around, the New York subway, the London underground, the Metro and other places deep below.

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