Where The Bodies Are Buried

Where The Bodies Are Buried im Newman s Where the Bodies Are Buried was co published in by the Alchemy Press and Airgedl mh Publications The book collects the four Bodies stories Where the Bodies Are Buried Where the Bodies

  • Title: Where The Bodies Are Buried
  • Author: Kim Newman
  • ISBN: 9780953226023
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Hardcover
  • im Newman s Where the Bodies Are Buried was co published in 2000 by the Alchemy Press and Airgedl mh Publications The book collects the four Bodies stories Where the Bodies Are Buried Where the Bodies Are Buried II Sequel Hook Where the Bodies Are Buried 3 Black and White and Red All Over Where the Bodies Are Buried 2020 This collection topped and tailed with an iim Newman s Where the Bodies Are Buried was co published in 2000 by the Alchemy Press and Airgedl mh Publications The book collects the four Bodies stories Where the Bodies Are Buried Where the Bodies Are Buried II Sequel Hook Where the Bodies Are Buried 3 Black and White and Red All Over Where the Bodies Are Buried 2020 This collection topped and tailed with an introduction by Peter Atkins and a Dramatis Personae, which nicely links this collection to many of Kim s other works Where the Bodies Are Buried was published as a signed, number hardcover edition of 500 copies Signed by Kim Newman, Peter Atkins, Sylvia Starshine cover art and Randy Broecker interior art.he cover price was 17.50 New copies are still available from the Alchemy Press for 13.00 inc postage in the UK email The Alchemy Press via the contacts page for payment details

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    1. This slim and attractive volume brought out by the Alchemy Press, is a bit difficult to review. Let me start by saying that this book is neither a novel nor a collection of short stories. It is a collection of 4 separate stories, published in different years, in different anthologies. These stories are connected by a common theme: the cause & effects of a slasher-horror film (and its sequels) called “Where The Bodies Are Buried”. The stories dealt with the different facets of this ‘eve [...]

    2. Putting the horror and social satire together is, at least to my reading experience, unusual, but Kim Newman does it here. He doesn't make the monsters silly--that would remove the book from the horror genre. Through the monsters and their foes, he pokes fun at politicians, newsmen, Hollywood, and televangelists. These targets' unifying wrongs include, typically for satire, hypocrisy, but also their self-serving promotion of censorship--a natural concern for a lover of the horror genre.The linke [...]

    3. This novella started off so well, I really enjoyed the first 2 chapters, although the second would have benefited with a few hundred words cutting from it. The third chapter worked well although was a tad confusing at the start, with characters that had no real substance to them. But I was so disappointed with the final one. The last chapter was disjointed and really didn't flow very well and in my opinion let the story down. I know this was four individual stories woven into one novella, but ma [...]

    4. This book is an anthology of four short stories that are interlinked and cover a 40 year(ish) time span. I loved the first three but the last left me feeling indifferent. But you may feel different about them all, who knows. Worth reading for the first three alone and the veiled references to dodge politicians and unscrupulous tabloid journalism. Think Freddy Kruger with a revenge agenda centred on the horror film industry and the paranoia it creates amongst outwardly moral citizens. The stories [...]

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