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The giant book of terror

The giant book of terror

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Published by Magpie in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Stephen Jones & Ramsey Campbell.
ContributionsJones, Stephen, 1953 Nov. 4-, Campbell, Ramsey, 1946-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22287050M
ISBN 101854873768

TERROR-GO-ROUND PRODUCTION 16 AIREDFIFTH WRITER--CHARLES BENNETT DIR-SOBEY MARTIN MUSIC-JOSEPH MULLENDORE TEASER Fitzhugh hopes to show Barry the giant circus in the afternoon but it has moved on. Barry feels deprived but doesn't show it. In the portions of IT, a young Mike Hanlon is targeted by IT in the form of a giant bird, near the Kitchener manages to survive by hiding in a smokestack, but it's a close call. In the book, the bird is described as being a combination of a crow that attacked Mike as a baby, and the flying kaiju known as Rodan.


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Ramsey. The Giant Book of Terror book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Eric the everyday guy, the beautiful girl, the crazy trophy hunter guide guy all stuck in a jungle with some unknown, giant man eating animal.

Not a bad story at all, but somewhat "textbook". Still I enjoyed this quick, horror story. Read more. 3 people found this helpful. Helpful/5(68). This book was published in and contained 18 short stories by as many authors. There were 10 from Great Britain and 8 from the U.S. The oldest writers were Manly Wade Wellman (), Hugh B.

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but such a horrifying cover, and not in a good way. thanks a lot, cover, for making sure I will never read this book in public. 4 stars "The Yougoslaves" by Robert Bloch: perfectly executed tale of a gentleman vampire encountering vicious /5.

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