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Doctor Sleep by Stephen King Book Review
In Doctor Sleep, sequel to Stephen King's The Shining, a now-grown Dan "Danny" Torrance struggles to escape the ghosts of his past by using his special gifts to provide aid to the dying. When a threat known as The True Knot rises, Dan must once again use the shining to battle the forces of evil.
Cthulhu and Human Nature
From the vast expanse of timeless darkness, an underlying murmur, a faint whisper that has been at the periphery of sanity and thought since human beings emerged from the muck of existence: Cthulhu. Does Lovecraft's Cthulhu symbolically underscore the more sinister aspects of human nature?
I Am Legend by Richard Matheson
An updated examination of a prolific novel about one manís survival in a post- apocalyptic, vampire-infested world. While vampires haunt the night, who is the real monster in Matheson's haunting tale?
Horror Literature Newsletter Update
A newsletter designed to keep the subscriber up-to-date on the latest articles, books, and fun from the world of horror writing and horror literature.
N0S4A2 by Joe Hill Book Review
We review Joe Hill's newest novel, N0S4A2. Vic McQueen is good at finding things which have been lost, but when she discovers convicted serial killer Charles Manx with his supernatural promises of eternal Christmasland cheer, her sanity, soul, and life may be the next gifts to disappear.
Defining Horror Literature
What is horror literature, anyway? Is a universal definition of horror literature even possible? Individual fear, past and traumatic experiences, phobias, personal perception, and environment are all factors we must consider when discussing horror literature.
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