Lovecraft's otherworldly visions of cosmic horrors, alien beings and a world not quite our own remain immensely powerful and able to terrify even the most resolute readers. The stories here span the breadth of Lovecraft's literary career, from his early forays into the Dreamlands to his mature writings in the Cthulhu mythos.
This collection of bone-chilling tales is sure to keep readers awake for many nights. It includes stories from classic writers such as Bram Stoker, H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, M. P. Shiel, William Hope Hodgson and Ambrose Bierce. Their haunting visions of cosmic terrors and everyday frights provide a thrilling excursion into the eerie depths of the horror genre.
Just as the Hudson Valley of New York is beginning to rebuild from the zombie apocalypse, a new threat emerges that threatens to destroy everyone in its path. Dr. Rebecca "Becks" Truesdale must face an old enemy, deal with a crushing loss, and put herself in grave danger in order to combat this threat both in the lab and on the battlefield.
When George Miller is killed in the mines of Yellow Hill, his wife and children are left to try and piece their lives back together. Tabitha Miller, George's widow, is thrown into deeper chaos when she discovers that George's death had nothing to do with the cave's collapse, but was caused by some terrible predator deep within the earth.
There's definitely a dark side to the avian. Birds of prey sometimes kill other birds (the shrike), destroy other birds' eggs (blue jays), and even have been known to kill small animals (the kea sometimes eats live lambs). And who isn't disgusted by birds that eat the dead--vultures awaiting their next meal as the life blood flows from the dying.
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author Stephen King, four "disturbing, fascinating" (The Washington Post) novellas--including the story "1922," a Netflix original film--that explore the dark side of human nature.
"Gothic fans rejoice " (The Globe and Mail)The #1 internationally bestselling author of The Demonologist radically reimagines some of literature's classic masterpieces--Frankenstein, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Dracula--in a contemporary novel driven by relentless suspense and breathtaking emotion.
"GET IN THE CAR, MR. TEAGUE. THE ROAD BECKONS."The traveler sped through Eli Teague's life long ago. With her tricorne hat, flintlock rifle, and steampunked Model-A Ford, she was a living anachronism, and an irresistible mystery--and she was gone as soon as she arrived, in a cloud of gunfire and a squeal of tires.
The latest novel in the New York Times bestselling The Walking Dead series from Jay Bonansinga
To risk everything...
It is 1997 in Dallas, Oregon, when Jerry Hopper and his wife, Vivian, dream up the idea of opening an organized facility where the living dead are sent when their family members are not quite ready to let them go. Inspired by their young daughter, Allison, ZOMBIE, otherwise known as the Zoological Order for Mankind Beyond its Intended Existence, opens and soon becomes a hit.