The Mammoth Book of Nightmare Stories: Twisted Tales Not to Be Read at Night!


      The Mammoth Book of Nightmare Stories: Twisted Tales Not to Be Read at Night!
Winner of the British Fantasy AwardSixteen rare terror tales not to be read at night To sleep, perchance to dream of horrors Here are some of the stories that gave their own authors nightmares things that go bump at night, hauntings that lurk in the back of the mind, skin crawling moments between the realms of wakefulness and sleep In this somnambulistic collection, award winning editor Stephen Jones asks many of the biggest names in horror fiction to choose their own favorite stories and novellas which, for one reason or another, have been unjustly overlooked or ignored From Hugh B Cave s 1930s shudder pulp tale to Ramsey Campbell s stunning novella of barely concealed hysteria and grim black humor, these are the forgotten stories ripe for rediscovery, by such acclaimed authors as Poppy Z Brite, Basil Copper, Harlan Ellison , Neil Gaiman, Ca tlin R Kiernan, Joe R Lansdale, Tim Lebbon, Tanith Lee, and Michael Marshall Smith Be warned do not try to read this book at night, because these superior horror stories both supernatural and psychological will leave a lasting chill down your spine long after you have put it down, shut off the lights, and ducked under the covers As you try to get off to sleep, who knows what dreams may come. Read The Mammoth Book of Nightmare Stories: Twisted Tales Not to Be Read at Night! By Stephen Jones – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Stephen Jones is an eighteen time winner of the British Fantasy Award.

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  • The Mammoth Book of Nightmare Stories: Twisted Tales Not to Be Read at Night!
  • Stephen Jones
  • English
  • 21 January 2018

10 thoughts on “ The Mammoth Book of Nightmare Stories: Twisted Tales Not to Be Read at Night!

  1. says:

    Just finished reading this the companion to Mammoth Book of Halloween Stories by the same editor Jones asked his contributors to select a story they felt had been unjustly ignored hence, this collection As my last review stated, the beauty of anthologies is the fact that some stories will generate a frisson of fear, while others a yawn MMS Dear Alison would make a great companion piece with Aickman s Pages from a Young Girl s Journal.depicting a slow descent into vampirism Jus...

  2. says:

    Dear gods, this was a struggle I usually like anthologies they can be a great way of trying out new authors without having to commit to a whole novel Editors usually curate a good mix of stories that conform to the theme of the anthology, with a combination of established and less well known authors There are often a couple within the collection which have been previously published, usually within other anthologies, magazines, or purely online.I picked this up partly due to the title yay, Dear gods, this was a struggle I usually like anthologies they can be a great way of tryi...

  3. says:

    Overall, this was a good collection but not a great one Some of the stories just didn t feel properly horrific Some were good but I didn t like them much The Viaduct by Brian Lumley was pretty good Spindleshanks New Orleans, 1956 by Caitlin R Kiernan was good, but didn t get me as much as most of her stuff does Homecoming by Syndey J Bounds was good Feeders and Eaters by Neil Gaiman was very good I ve read it before, but it s still good Nothing of Him That Doth Fade by Poppy Z Brite Overall, this was a good collection but not a great one Some of the stories just didn t feel properly horrific Some were good but I didn t like them much The Viaduct by Brian Lumley was pretty good Spindlesh...

  4. says:

    Some good stories, others tediousA few of these stories were good, but many of them were tedious or felt dated One story by the author with the surname Cave was so childish, it was like somethong written by a 5th grader rather than an adult Several stories were apparently written on demand for earlier anthologies, and felt rushed or contrived not these authors best works, judging by the awards included in each author s credentials My favorite story in this collection appears second...

  5. says:

    Only story I didnt care for was the last one But loved the book.

  6. says:

    Great collectionThe last story was so bizarre Like peering into madness The rest of the stories were enjoyable Good times Fun read.

  7. says:

    No nightmaresI am actually giving this book zero stars, as it did not justify the title Nothing remotely frightening about any of the stories

  8. says:

    Love horror short stories like these Dear Alison was so very good.

  9. says:

    As with most anthologies, I really liked some, really didn t care for others, the rest fell somewhere in between But on the whole I wasentertained than not.

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