The stories we tell are not limited to monsters and harsh otherworlds. Yet the fiction books in the Borealis imprint certainly belong to a world other than our own. This line encompasses our science fiction, fantasy and horror novels and anthologies.
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Constantine Storm - Return to Gehenna (6.0) : Kinda creepy, because it's about a purposeless life it's pretty scary. Not as visual as I thought it would be. Lumley Brian - Hell is a Personal Place (7.0): Cool story of Hitler's death and what happened after. Funny and short Watson Ian - The Great Escape (6.5): Funny and absurd story about demons bringing Hell to God. Writing was sub par but very creative. Holder Nancy - Hell is for Children (5.5): A little creepy, silly ending. Feels dated. Girl makes hell virus, sister turns it against her.
Review: Dante's DisciplesUser Review - Goodreads
This is definitely one of the best themed anthologies I've read in a long time. Some writer take the premise (entrances to Hell in various places around the world) very literally. Others stray a bit ...
Introduction James O Barr
Bed 6 Breakfast Gene Wolfe 21 Chatting with Anuhis Harlan Ellison 27 The Ripening Sweetness of Late Afternoon Douglas Clegg
A Wreath for Marley AAax Allan Collins 69 Smart Guy Darrell Schweitzer 79 The Great Escape Ian Watson 95 Hell is for Children Nancy Holder 1...
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