War in Heaven

by Charles Williams “He has come,” the Greek said, “for the same reason that we are here – because in the whole world of Being everything makes haste to its doom.” A contemporary of C.S. Lewis, a devout Christian and a very smart man, Charles Williams has two novels appearing in Dennis Wheatley’s Library of... Continue Reading →

Sympathy for the Devil

by Various Authors, Tim Pratt (Ed.) "I don’t think there was a nine-year-old that ever lived who would have been able to convince his father he’d seen the Devil come walking out of the woods in a black suit." -Stephen King In terms of average rating, anthologies have a significant challenge pulling off a high... Continue Reading →

The Lesser Key of Solomon

by Unknown “Inform, repleat, instruct, restore, correct, and refine me, that I may be made new in the understanding of thy Precepts, and in receiving the Sciences which are profitable for my Soul and Body, and for all faithful believers in the Name which is blessed forever, world without end.” Edited by Joseph H. Peterson... Continue Reading →

North American Lake Monsters

by Nathan Ballingrud "Mankind had acquired an appetite for dying; doctors were merely shephards to the process." Consisting of 9 short stories, North American Lake Monsters won the 2013 Shirley Jackson award for best collection in May 2014. Particularly notable is the fact it beat Michael Marshall Smith's Everything You Need for the award, a... Continue Reading →

Summer Knight (Dresden Files #4)

by Jim Butcher The noise was deafening, and no one could have heard me anyway as I let out my own battle cry, which I figured was worth a shot. What the hell. “I don’t believe in faeries!” Book 4 of the Dresden Files, this one follows our wizard as he tries to uncover the... Continue Reading →

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