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  • Title: Best New Horror 17
  • Author: Stephen Jones Ramsey Campbell Elizabeth Massie Mark Samuels Holly Phillips Brian Hodge Roberta Lannes Gahan Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780786718337
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • Here is the latest edition of the world s premier annual showcase of horror and dark fantasy fiction This collection features some of the very best short stories and novellas by today s masters of the macabre including such writers as Neil Gaiman, Glen Hirshberg, tanith Lee, ramsey Campbell and Charles Coleman Finlay The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror also features thHere is the latest edition of the world s premier annual showcase of horror and dark fantasy fiction This collection features some of the very best short stories and novellas by today s masters of the macabre including such writers as Neil Gaiman, Glen Hirshberg, tanith Lee, ramsey Campbell and Charles Coleman Finlay The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror also features the most comprehensive yearly overview of horror around the world, lists of useful contact addresses, and a fascinating necrology It is the one book that is required reading for every fan of macabre fiction.
    Best New Horror Here is the latest edition of the world s premier annual showcase of horror and dark fantasy fiction This collection features some of the very best short stories and novellas by today s masters of the

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    1. I couldn t put this book down for anything When I was finished I was actually sad I d reached the end of the book This whole series will suck you in Beware

    2. This is a bit of an odd review for me as this was probably the very last book I read before I began reviewing everything on And so now, as I attempt to keep up with each year s new edition of TMBOBNH, I m also trying to retroactively work in reads or re reads of earlier, un reviewed volumes and after that, big breath, doing the same for the Wagner series of YEAR S BEST HORROR, not to mention catching up with the Datlow, which I ll initiate this year so as to not be outpaced I d like to get in 3 [...]

    3. I m a total sucker for anthologies Maybe it s a short attention span.I really enjoyed this book Most of the stories I wouldn t even call horror There were some good old fashioned ghost stories I especially liked a really creative ghost story about a haunted IKEA I m glad I m not the only one who thinks about creepy things in normal environments, What if Some of the stories were straight out fantasy They could definitely be called dark fantasy, but I wonder if they get classified as horror to sou [...]

    4. The big name here had story that I didn t like so much But stil there are quite good ones Like The Cubist s Attorney by David Atkins an attorney gets hold on a strange case.The Ball Room by China Mieville, Emma Bircham and Max Shaefer something s not natural in the ball room of the kids Good text, not so surprising ideea But scary, nevertheless.Pinkie by Elizabeth Massie one of the best here Is there anything that a brilliant pig can t do Where Angels Come In by Adam L G Nevill we have a hauntin [...]

    5. Like most anthologies some of the stories are so so, but a few are great This series is DEFINITELY worth the time.

    6. An even mix of hits and misses in this large anthology The better tales included The Cubist s Attorney by David AtkinsThe Ball Room by China Mieville, Emma Bircham and Max ShaeferGulls by Tim PrattPinkie by Elizabeth Massie a real gem of dark humor Where Angels Come In by Adam L G Nevill the most frightening story Best New Horror by Joe Hill easily the most horrific and disturbing story in the collection

    7. Another amazing collection Best New Horror how clever is the highlight, but also The Ball Room, Gulls, and One of the Hungry Ones were especially great The only one I didn t really care for was American Morons It was just too obvious, and I found its anti American sentiment a turn off.

    8. The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror The Year s Best Terror Tales Mammoth Book of Best New Horror by Stephen Jones 2006

    9. This is by far the most consistently good series of short horror stories, I ve read four or five of them so far It s pretty clear Stephen Jones doesn t really like splattery horror, though the Joe Hill story in this book is an exception A lot of the usual suspects make appearances, the dorky Ramsey Campbell, Caitlin Kiernan, David Morrell, Brian Lumley, with varying results If you like these kinds of stories, this is a great book for you.

    10. I m sorry but I hated this collection Other than a couple of stories, the rest promised the world and delivered nothing I got sick of getting all excited, only for some stories to not only peter out, but to stop DEAD entirely It s as if the writers reached their word count goal and just simply stopped writing So many stories had zero point, actually went nowhere I know they are short stories but come on Nah To see short stories done PROPERLY, read Clive Barker s Books of Blood.

    11. Another solid volume, though not a classic in the series Best New Horror by Joe Hill is a genuinely weird story, much better than a few other horror writer horror fan discovers his audience idol is not what they appear tales that have appeared in this series But it s The Ball Room that truly hooked into my mind, since I remember playing in the ball room at Ikea as a child, long ago.

    12. I don t read a lot of horror but I found that I enjoyed this collection I like the fact that new horror is about psychology than it is about murder, ghosts, etc I didn t care for some of the stories in this volume while others were exceptional.

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