New Fears: New Horror Stories by Masters of the Genre

New Fears: New Horror Stories by Masters of the Genre

Fear comes in many forms.The horror genre’s greatest living practitioners drag our darkest fears kicking and screaming into the light in this collection of nineteen brand-new stories. In The Boggle Hole by Alison Littlewood an ancient folk tale leads to irrevocable loss. In Josh Malerman’s The House of the Head a dollhouse becomes the focus for an incident both violent and...

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Title:New Fears: New Horror Stories by Masters of the Genre
Author:Mark Morris
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Edition Language:English

New Fears: New Horror Stories by Masters of the Genre Reviews

  • Gavin
    Brand new horror stories by masters of the genreThe horror genre's leading living practitioners drag our darkest fears kicking and screaming into the light in this collection of nineteen brand-new stories.The impressive line-up includes stories from:Ramsey Campbell, Adam Nevill, Sarah Lotz, Stephen ...
  • Seregil of Rhiminee
    Originally published at Risingshadow.New Fears (edited by Mark Morris) is an excellent anthology of modern horror stories that showcases the talents of many authors, some of which may be a bit unknown to readers. This anthology is clearly one of the best horror anthologies of the year, because its c...
  • Laura Mauro
    Okay. So I actually only managed to finish one non-university related book in October. But – what a book.There are nineteen stories in total, all of them good, some of them incredibly good. The book opens with a strong offering from Alison Littlewood, whose story ‘The Boggle Hole’ is ...
  • Olivia
    Trying out a new system of ratings this year! Boiling books overall down to 1-5 stars always felt hard and not right to me, so I’ll be using this new system to hopefully create more nuanced ratings:Characters 1-5(Are they multifaceted and complex? Compelling? Do I enjoy reading through their vi...
  • Stephen Robert Collins
    An interesting collection but not all of the stories are that good but I still enjoy the rest which made up for less good stories & I buy vol.2....
  • Alan
    This seemed like it would be a much better than average collection, considering the pedigree of several of the authors. While it was a little better than many of the run-of-the-mill anthologies that get churned out, it never did reach the status of being much better than "good". The best tales are b...
  • Zombie Likes Cake
    So, this was disappointing. It is an anthology, so it was not a complete wash (that would be really hard to accomplish). Mostly it failed on its own target of inducing fear, I did not find that in this collection. Mildly creepy, yes, but nothing I would throw the word "fear" at. But I guess "New Mil...
  • Blair
    Nina Allan's story 'Four Abstracts': W O W.'Four Abstracts' is told through, or around, four significant works from the career of artist Rebecca Hathaway. The narrator is her friend Isobel, who is reflecting on their complicated relationship in the aftermath of Rebecca's death, at just 49, from 'com...

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