A highly acclaimed book of short stories.
If the sentence “Baxter did a Stapeldon” makes sense to you, you will enjoy this review.
Reading this made me realize that my brain just won’t register horror in any normal way.
This might be the most well-written book I disliked reading.
Even if one doesn’t particularly like short stories, one cannot help but admit that Harlan was a master of the craft.
Did you ever think that there was something missing from a story only to realize that someone part of the narrative has been left out? That’s what this book is about.