Black Pockets
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Black Pockets

And Other Dark Thoughts
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ISBN-13:
9781480494824
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
682
Autor:
George Zebrowski
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

In this masterful collection of horror stories, George Zebrowski divides these nineteen tales into personal, political, and metaphysical terrorsstories to scare you individually, stories to frighten you as a social animal, and stories that should terrify the entire human race. In ';I Walked with Fidel,' a young man encounters a once politically powerful zombie; ';Jumper' focuses on a young woman with a dark and troubled past, while in ';The Coming of Christ the Joker,' the lighthearted banter of a celebrity TV talk show becomes something far more serious. ';A Piano Full of Dead Spiders' is an eerie story of genius, its demands, and its delusions; in ';Passing Nights,' the truth behind a recurring nightmare is revealed; ';The Soft Terrible Music' depicts a man who must hide his past even from himself. And in the title story, the novella ';Black Pockets,' Zebrowski asks: What happens to a man when his desire for revenge becomes all-consuming? With an introduction by Howard Waldrop and an afterword by the author, George Zebrowski reveals himself inBlack Pockets and Other Dark Thoughtsas a writer who can play on our more disturbing emotions even as he impels us to deeper thoughts.
In this masterful collection of horror stories, George Zebrowski divides these nineteen tales into personal, political, and metaphysical terrorsstories to scare you individually, stories to frighten you as a social animal, and stories that should terrify the entire human race. In ';I Walked with Fidel,' a young man encounters a once politically powerful zombie; ';Jumper' focuses on a young woman with a dark and troubled past, while in ';The Coming of Christ the Joker,' the lighthearted banter of a celebrity TV talk show becomes something far more serious. ';A Piano Full of Dead Spiders' is an eerie story of genius, its demands, and its delusions; in ';Passing Nights,' the truth behind a recurring nightmare is revealed; ';The Soft Terrible Music' depicts a man who must hide his past even from himself. And in the title story, the novella ';Black Pockets,' Zebrowski asks: What happens to a man when his desire for revenge becomes all-consuming? With an introduction by Howard Waldrop and an afterword by the author, George Zebrowski reveals himself inBlack Pockets and Other Dark Thoughtsas a writer who can play on our more disturbing emotions even as he impels us to deeper thoughts.

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