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Her arm was severed at the elbow four years to the day her car careened over the embankment. The right eye welded shut, plastic nose a tad too pointy for reality, as if it were made from plastic and borrowed thigh skin. She looked up from her work and into the mirror to check the details.
She stabbed a hole in her clay cheek. He looked at the keys, stained red, sticky, and slow to return to their original positions. Each minute of each day for what felt like eternity, he had written such a letter to God, begging for reprieve.
Marilyn pedaled around the old oak tree on her brand-new tricycle. Round and round the tree she rode, shiny black tires butchering the grass beneath. The tree swung harder, slapped her across the face with its leaves.
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Thunderous noise roared above. Rumbling grew louder as a shadow enveloped her. A giant branch smashed down upon her. The living grass cheered. Mason informed her there was no fetus. She viewed the ultrasound picture of an empty gray-scale sack. Month six, the baby kicked. Month seven, a tiny hand pushed against her from the inside.
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I heard two days ago that a well-known artist in the horror genre, James Powell , was killed in a car accident. Sadly, I never got to meet him. Again and again, piercing the skin. Into the heart to cause sadness. Careful jabs and slices on the leg to force the figure to feel.
To feel anything at all. She feels his presence before she spins around and catches him leering. Buckled brown teeth and an uneven gait. A mind riddled with evil. Fans of Mark Z.derivid.route1.com/map246.php
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Grady Hendrix is building a brand: Abby and Gretchen are best friends for life on the eve of the first Bush presidency…until Gretchen gets lost in the woods and comes back different. Ring by Koji Suzuki The Damnation Game by Clive Barker The Damnation Game proved that Books of Blood wunderkind Clive Barker could sustain his brand of fear beyond the duration of a short story. In this depraved galleria of a novel, with graphic depictions of incest and cannibalism, an in-over-his-head bodyguard attempts to interfere a Faustian pact to save the relatively innocent daughter of a wealthy degenerate.
After the first few years of his career, Barker more often delved into dark fantasy than straight-up horror. Audition by Ryu Murakami Piercing and In the Miso Soup are similarly disturbing tales from this master of Japanese thrillers.
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Bird Box by Josh Malerman With your eyes closed and your imagination unfettered, you can envision creatures whose monstrosity knows no bounds. Detroit-based author Josh Malerman manifests an apocalypse of the obscured in Bird Box , in which undiscovered entities start appearing around the world and just one glance of their grotesquery drives people to suicide.
Burnt Offerings by Robert Marasco The Rolfe family rent a vacation home at the far end of Long Island to get away from their Queens apartment for the summer months. John Dies at the End by David Wong A rollercoaster of weird, sprung from a hallucinogenic and possibly demonic drug known as soy sauce and written in bracing, punchy style shooting swift sentences, often sliced to seven words or less, and stung with spicy diction detailing psychedelic imagery and delivered with sustained breathlessness.
Something of a punk-rock-ified, video-game-esque tear and tumble into the Weird Tales tradition, Wong a. Savaging the Dark by Christopher Conlon Whereas Tampa introduced an admitted predator from the first page, Conlon takes care to build a believable case for how Mona justifies her taboo actions, even as her control of the situation—and her sanity—slip out of her grasp.
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