Shadows Over Main Street, Volume 2

Shadows Over Main Street Volume Please note The eBook edition contains full color illustrations You know this place Seems normal enough But you know better don t you You ve heard rumors of strange histories You ve seen hints of dar

  • Title: Shadows Over Main Street, Volume 2
  • Author: Doug Murano Gary A. Braunbeck Joyce Carol Oates Joe R. Lansdale John F.D. Taff Lucy A. Snyder William Meikle Luke Spooner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Please note The eBook edition contains full color illustrations You know this place Seems normal enough But you know better, don t you You ve heard rumors of strange histories You ve seen hints of dark deeds Turns out you can go home again, and the shadows will be waiting for you Bram Stoker Award nominated editors Doug Murano and D Alexander Ward bring you Please note The eBook edition contains full color illustrations You know this place Seems normal enough But you know better, don t you You ve heard rumors of strange histories You ve seen hints of dark deeds Turns out you can go home again, and the shadows will be waiting for you Bram Stoker Award nominated editors Doug Murano and D Alexander Ward bring you Volume 2 of their best selling, critically acclaimed small town Lovecraftian anthology series Within these pages, you ll discover America s pastime awakening dark secrets buried deep within the earth Vietnam War heroes who glimpse something worse than war and return home to discover a new kind of hell waiting for them The music of a generation of many generations revealed as something older, hungrier and insidious than a bad acid trip A war widow who rediscovers love and passion only to cultivate the world s end Featuring stories by Joyce Carol Oates, Gary A Braunbeck, John F.D Taff, Lucy A Snyder, Joe R Lansdale, Max Booth III, Jay Wilburn, Suzanne Madron, C.W LaSart, Ronald Malfi, Eden Royce, Damien Angelica Walters, Douglas Wynne, Michael Wehunt, Erinn Kemper, James Chambers and William Meikle With a foreword by Laird Barron and stunning illustrations by Luke Spooner Every turn you take leads back to Main Street We ve been waiting Welcome home.

    One thought on “Shadows Over Main Street, Volume 2”

    1. It will need to be a pretty spectacular anthology to top what is on offer inside Shadows Over Main Street vol 2. Doug Murano and D. Alexander Ward have assembled some brilliant writers who have delivered wonderful stories in this second volume of small-town, Lovecraftian style horror.The tales contained within this anthology aren’t the type that goes straight for the throat, these stories simmer with unease and darkness, where shadows flutter in and out of your peripheral vision and the folk l [...]

    2. Advance Review CopySome of the best authors in the business contribute to this collection of dark horror that is sure to give you the shivers. Check 'em out: Gary Braunbeck, Willie Meikle, Joe Lansdale, Max Booth III, and the names go on and on. Joe and Max's stories were very dark - and very enjoyable. I'm used to them writing more humorous stories. Lucy Snyder's story was so good, such a great way to start the collection. John F.D. Taff is in there as well. I don't think he can tell a bad stor [...]

    3. Sometimes an anthology has that lure, that pull, that innate ability to sink hooks beneath your flesh without you realizing it. While there are plenty of good horror anthologies out there, it takes a lot for one to grab hold of me like SHADOWS OVER MAIN STREET (VOLUME 2). It can seriously take me all year to make my way through an entire anthology, especially ones with a specific theme. I get to the point that I no longer care about the theme and give up, even if I admire the authors. So I was p [...]

    4. Review: SHADOWS OVER MAIN STREET VOLUME 2 (Various Authors. Editors, Doug Murano and D. Alexander Ward)This extraordinary anthology series continues, with this new volume. It's readily understandable that the Editors, Doug Murano and D. Alexander Ward, are Bram Stoker Award nominees. Their ability to identify and collate excellence is definitely gifted.Often when reading a collection or anthology, I keep a mental running total of my personal favorites, but for SHADOWS OF MAIN STREET VOLUME 2, I [...]

    5. Full disclosure: I won this book in a Giveaway.Anthologies are, almost always, fun. They usually operate around a specific theme/or themes and the variety of writers can provide wildly disparate types of stories around them.Shadows Over Main Street Vol. 2 is the second anthology on the theme small towns/cosmic horror. It's a volume of eighteen stories by a wide range of authors (including two reprints, Joyce Carol Oates' chilling The Omen; Joe R. Lansdale's Duck Hunt) and, unlike most anthologi [...]

    6. I received this arc from Netgalley.Pretty good read. This collection has more good stories than bad. There are a couple of duds but for the most part an enjoyable read.

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