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"A generous serving of Edgar Allan Poe, a dash of Franz Kafka, a smidgen of Robert Aickman: These comprise the components in the cauldron of creativity of Thomas Ligotti. . . . His descriptive powers are mesmerizing." Hellnotes
'Quite unlike anything else being published One of the most unique voices in the field His imagery is breathtaking' Science Fiction Chronicle
'(Ligotti uses) restrained, lyrical prose and subtly disturbing images that Poe himself might well have admired' USA Today
The author is one sick dude, which is a major compliment. Horror fiction was always fun but never truly scared me. This guy scares me. He is a master of the creepy. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Anonymous
I didn't finish this book.
I wanted to like it but just couldn't really get into it. I simply don't think Thomas Ligotti is a very good writer. Read more
I love this book. It makes me feel weird all over for days after finishing even one story, but in a good way. Well, in a weird, existential angst way, but in my mind, that's good!Published 1 month ago by hannah
Thomas Ligotti, is certainly an interesting writer, his stories are very unique and he has a demand of the dark, creepy, weird and horrific atmosphere quite like no other horror... Read morePublished 1 month ago by G. Ridgeway
This book was like a nightmare, and not in a good, Stephen King way . . in a maddening, disorienting, pointless kind of way.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
If you enjoy long winded sentences and terribly written short stories that feel like they were written by an emo highschooler trying their hardest to be "deep" then this is... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aden
If you know Ligotti, you know how silly the Amazon review system is when applied to him.Published 6 months ago by S. Odum