Enter at Your Own Risk



Enter at Your Own Risk Some of the most enduring masterpieces of Gothic fiction are as intriguing for the stories they don t tell as for those they do The voices hidden in the wall of Edgar Allan Poe s The Black Cat the secrets buried beneath the earth of Sleepy Hollow in Washington Irving s legendary Headless Horseman tale the dreams of a monster and an ancient book with a life of its own in H.P Lovecraft s The Call of Cthulhu and stories that reveal Polidori s hypnotic, archetypal Vampyre as far than what he first appears to be In Firbolg Publishing s third volume in the Enter at Your Own Risk series, ten modern storytellers reimagine the mysterious characters lurking within four classics of Gothic literature As you read the original stories, a sinister whisper drifts in on a cold chill But there are other voices beneath the whisper You can hear them crawling out of the growing darkness Then the whispers become a screamWith an introduction from acclaimed author Gary Braunbeck, Dark Muses, Spoken Silences invites you into the hidden shadows of four of the most famous dark fiction tales ever told. Best Read Enter at Your Own Risk [ author ] Alex Scully [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 330 pages
  • Enter at Your Own Risk
  • Alex Scully
  • English
  • 23 May 2017
  • 1490444459

10 thoughts on “Enter at Your Own Risk

  1. Sydney says:

    Given the nature of its theme, this collection was clearly a challenge The fact that the editor included the original tales which were reimagined by their modern counterparts shows a kind of bravery and confidence in the contributors that is matched only by their ability to rise to the occasion In a reverent intro from the brilliant Gary A Braunbeck, he lauds both the extent to which Dr Alex Scully is versed in academia and the impressive task each writer took in the modern retellings of cla Given the nature of its theme, this collection was clearly a challenge The fact that the editor included the original tales which were reimagined by their modern counterparts shows a kind of bravery and confidence in the contributors that is matched only by their ability to rise to the occasion In a reverent intro from the ...

  2. Book Lovers Never Go to Bed Alone says:

    Originally Published at Horror Novel ReviewsI love Poppy Z Brite I ve read her books, shorts stories, and blog I buy books just because she does the introduction Her dark fiction is my favorite, and I ve been hearing rumors about her return to horror writing for months now I think I ve found her In the new anthology, Enter at Your Own Risk Dark Muses, Spoken Silences, there is a story from an anonymous author It has Brite s style all over it But I get ahead of myself.This is a unique Originally Published at Horror Novel ReviewsI love Poppy Z Brite I ve read her books, shorts stories, and blog I buy books just because she does the introduction Her dark fiction is my favorite, and I ve been hearing rumors about her return to horror writing for months now I think I ve found her In the new anthology, Enter at Your Own Risk Dark Muses, Spoken Silences, there is a story from an anonymous author It has Brite s style all over it But I get ahead of myself.This is a unique horror collection There are four incredibly famous stories Poe s The Black Cat, Irving s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Lovecraft s The Call of Cthulhu, and Polidori s The Vampyre Each one is a masterpiece on its own, but there are also stories from modern authors about these famous stor...

  3. Claudia C says:

    I admit it took me a long time to read all these stories, by no means because of the content I bought the anthology while I was in the middle of another book, with another three queued up, but out of curiosity I read a few lines from one of the short stories and realised that I couldn t stop so I ended up picking up the book every now and then, alongside my other reads, when I knew I had some time to dedicate to reading at least 2 or 3 tales at once Personally, the appeal and beauty of a co I admit it took me a long time to read all these stories, by no means because of the content I bought the anthology while I was in the middle of another book, with another three queued up, but out of curiosity I read a few lines from one of the short stories and realised that I couldn t stop so I ended up picking up the book every now and then, alongside my other reads, when I knew I had some time to dedicate to reading at least 2 or 3 tales at once Personally, the appeal and beauty of a collection of short stories is that I can in theory read any story individually as and when suitable however this anthology comes with a catch and what a catch The stories are, for obvious reasons, grouped and connected For best results one should re read the original version, a classic tale from one of the Gothic short story master writers, first, and then plunge, with a degree of wonder and curiosi...

  4. Shana Festa says:

    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.You have to give mad props ok, so I have a teenager and a pre teen living at home I m bound to pick up some of their language here and there LOL to any author who takes on the monumental task of rewriting a classic This book is a series of classic short stories followed up by a modern day retelling with a twist The new stories are told from a different char I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my ...

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