The dark country

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Scream/Press, Jan 1, 1982 - Fiction - 207 pages
31 Reviews
Etchison's fiction is justly famous for its creepy ambience, and explores the terrain mapped out by Philip K. Dick, Thomas Harris, and any number of black and white horror movies. The title story of this legendary collection won the World Fantasy Award in 1982. The collection itself was nominated in 1983. Book jacket.

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User Review  - Andy - Goodreads

This collection was a weird experience, I either loved or hated the stories, with little in-between. These stories can be simultaneously brilliantly and frustratingly disorientating. In a few cases ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rena Mason - Goodreads

The DARK COUNTRY is a great collection of stories that range from the eerily subtle to the memorably disturbing without little-to-no intense gore or excessive violence. The most haunting story for me ... Read full review

Contents

SITTING IN THE CORNER
15
WE HAVE ALL BEEN HERE BEFORE
33
THE PITCH
59
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