Monstrous Affections

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Harper Collins, Apr 10, 2012 - Fiction - 296 pages
25 Reviews

Black Quill Award Winner, Best Dark Genre Collection (2010)

A young bride and her future mother-in-law risk everything to escape it. A repentant father summons help from a pot of tar to ensure it. A starving woman learns from howling winds and a whispering host, just how fulfilling it can finally be.

Can it be love?

  

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Excellent writing through and through. - Goodreads
Unsettling with a very creepy ending. - Goodreads
The writing was spectacular. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Poeticdemise - Goodreads

Excellent writing through and through. Worth the read for any lover of the weird, horror, or just damn good imaginative story telling. Read full review

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User Review  - Rattyfleef - Goodreads

3.5 Pretty good. I remember liking some of the stories a lot. Intensely disliked one of 'em but eh. Some good soft-horror stories. Read full review

Contents

The Geniality of Monsters by Michael Rowe
The Sloan Men
Janie and the Wind
Night of the Tar Baby
Other Peoples Kids
The Mayor Will Make a Brief Statement and Then Take Questions
The PitHeads
Slide Trombone
Swamp Witch and the TeaDrinking Man
The Delilah Party
Fly in Your Eye
Polyphemus Cave
The Webley
Acknowledgements
Copyrights
About the Author

The Inevitability of Earth

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About the author (2012)

David Nickle is the author of numerous short stories and several novels, including Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism, Rasputin's Bastards, and The 'Geisters. He lives in Toronto, where he works as a journalist, covering Toronto City Hall for Metroland Media Toronto.

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