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The House on the Borderland 

A novel of supernatural horror penned by British fantasist William Hope Hodgson, read by Wayne June.

This classic novel is heralded as the turning point between gothic supernatural fiction of the late 19th century and modern horror fiction.

Hodgson's more scientific/cosmic horror had a profound influence in the development of weird tales of the middle of the 20th century as evidenced by the fact that noted American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft lists Hodgson among his greatest influences.

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Specially priced re-releases of Edgar Allen Poe and Robert Louis Stevenson!

"Into That Darkness Peering... Nightmarish Tales of the Macabre by Edgar Allan Poe"

The Raven: Poe's dark, masterful brooding rumination on lost love, death and hopelessness.

The Black Cat: Poe's powerful psychological study of mayhem, guilt and the "irrevocable perverseness" of the primitive impulses of the human heart.

The Cask of Amontillado: "...The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne the best I could, but when he ventured upon insult, I vowed revenge."

The Tell-Tale Heart: You fancy me mad. Madmen know nothing. But you should have seen me.

The Imp of the Perverse: We peer into the abyss. By slow degrees our sickness and dizziness and horror become merged in a cloud of unnamable feeling. Some invisible fiend, I thought, struck me. The long-imprisoned secret burst forth from my soul.

Hop-Frog: Madness is no comfortable feeling. As for myself, I am simply Hop-Frog, the jester - And this is my last jest.

The Conqueror Worm : Poe's ode to human mortality and the inevitability of death.

The Pit & The Pendulum: The torments, tortures and terrors of the pit!

Berenice: "Why did the hairs of my head erect themselves on end, and the blood of my body become congealed within my veins?"

The Oval Portrait: ...while he yet gazed, he grew tremulous and very pallid, and aghast, and crying with a loud voice, "This is indeed Life itself!"


"The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"   by Robert Louis Stevenson 

...has inspired analysis from a multiplicity of points-of-view, variously lauding it as a classic case study of good and evil, an examination of 19th century morals and psychological states, an inquiry into the essence of personality, personality disorder, and the nature of addiction. Of the work Stevenson himself said: "I send you herewith a Gothic gnome, interesting I think, and he came out of a deep mine, where he guards the fountain of tears." And elsewhere: "Jekyll is a dreadful thing, I own, but the only thing I feel dreadful about is this damned old business of the war in the members. This time it came out; I hope it will stay in, in future."



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