Death

Death DEATHThere are many ways to die All of them unpleasant You can be devoured cursed poisoned bedeviled tortured drugged transformed Which one would you prefer Not that you have a choiceShort horro

  • Title: Death
  • Author: Stuart David Schiff Lord Dunsany Maurice Level Alan Ryan Wade Kenny Ken Wisman Fritz Leiber Saki
  • ISBN: 9780867211078
  • Page: 249
  • Format: None
  • DEATHThere are many ways to die All of them unpleasant You can be devoured, cursed, poisoned, bedeviled, tortured, drugged, transformed Which one would you prefer Not that you have a choiceShort horror stories, including works by Stephen King, Fritz Leiber, Lord Dunsany, Dennis Etchison, and others.

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      Published :2019-02-20T23:55:52+00:00

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    1. I’ve had this book for quite a while and have finally gotten around to reading it. Some of these stories are great. Lord Dunsany’s “Two Bottles Of Relish” is pretty quality. “Deathtracks” by Dennis Etchison is good and kind of touching. Davis Grubb’s “Fragment From A Charred Diary” was pretty inventive and unique. Another good, old style tale with a twist ending is Maurice Level’s “The Kennel”. Stephen King’s “It Grows On You” is quite good and, not having read King [...]

    2. I struggled between 3 and 4 stars with this one too. There is some great stuff. "Two Bottles of Relish" is here again. And there is plenty of other good stuff. Other than "Relish," however, nothing really stood out, and there were a few I didn't care for. There are stories by Matheson (Richard Christian), Saki, King, Etchison, Leiber, and quite a few others.

    3. The best part of this book was the first story, “Two Bottles of Relish” by Lord Dunsany. There were other good stories, but this was the best one. My perception may be skewed by Lord Dunsany's reputation and my previous reading of his “The King of Elfland's Daughter,” but it was a very good story. Some of the other stories seemed to be pushed out of the author's mind by a need to produce something. The story was lame, the people were colorless, etc. “Two Bottles of Relish” by Lord D [...]

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