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Year provides the petrifying horror fiction readers have come to expect and enjoy The Little Green God of Agony Stephen King Stay Leah Bobet The Moraine Simon Bestwick Blackwood's Baby Laird Barron Looker David Nickle The Show Priya Sharma Mulberry Boys Margo Lanagan Roots and All Brian Hodge Final Girl Theory A. You can feel free to disagree but while I ve been kind of disappointed with this series as a whole I did see marked improvement between Volume Three and Volume Four of thi

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The Best Horror of the Year Volume Four

The first three volumes of The Best Horror of the Year have been widely praised for their uality variety and comprehensivenessWith tales from Laird Barron Stephen King John Langan Peter Straub and many others and featuring Datlow’s comprehensive overview of the year in horror now than ever The Best Horror of the. Overall rating 4 stars I really liked itI greatly enjoyed this collection of stories so much so that I ve given each one its own star rating There s a good variety of topi Encounters with Rauschenberg uality variety and comprehensivenessWith tales from Laird Barron Stephen King John Langan Peter Straub and many others and featuring Datlow’s comprehensive overview of the year in horror now than ever The Best Horror of the. Overall rating 4 stars I really liked itI greatly enjoyed this collection of stories so much so that I ve given each one its own star rating There s a good variety of topi

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C Wise Omphalos Livia Llewellyn Dermot Simon Bestwick Black Feathers Alison J Littlewood Final Verse Chet Williamson In the Absence of Murdock Terry Lamsley You Become the Neighborhood Glen Hirshberg In Paris In the Mouth of Kronos John Langan Little Pig Anna Taborska The Ballad of Ballard and Sandrine Peter Strau. I won t be reading all of these stories Frankly I don t know why I keep picking these Best Horror of the Year anthologies up whenever I come across them at the library It Electromyography for Experimentalists up whenever I come across them at the library It


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  1. says:

    Overall rating 4 stars I really liked itI greatly enjoyed this collection of stories so much so that I've given each one its own star rating There's a good variety of topics and authors here and I found many of them truly chilling I always enjoy Datlow's story collections and this was no exceptionIndividual story ratingsThe Little Green God of Agony by Stephen King 3 stars Good but a pretty standard King storyStay by Le

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    Consistently excellent works of the strange and the horrific

  3. says:

    So this Anthology of Horror proved to be much better than the mix of fantasy and horror produced by the same Datlow in collaboration with other names Usually i`m sure that an Anthology by Datlow will be a miss but this tim

  4. says:

    Ellen Datlow accused me of being overly snarky the last time I reviewed one of these things so this year I'm starting off by saying something nice It's good to see that Datlow's back Small presses have a reputation

  5. says:

    This was THE perfect book to read in the month of spooky October I'm glad I spotted this at the library I have reuested the others that have come before this one as I enjoyed this so much As of course with a book full of different stories so

  6. says:

    You can feel free to disagree but while I've been kind of disappointed with this series as a whole I did see marked improvement between Volume Three and Volume Four of this series I have a longer discussion of this book here on the

  7. says:

    Favorite stories NUMBER ONE You Become the Neighborhood by Glen Hirshberg which is just great and then Dermot by Simon Bestwick In Paris in the Mouth of Kronos by John Langan Mulberry Boys by Margo Lanagan and Final Verse by Chet Williamson

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    I won't be reading all of these stories Frankly I don't know why I keep picking these Best Horror of the Year anthologies up whenever I come a

  9. says:

    This is Ellen Datlow's fourth time editing Best Horror of the Year for Night Shade Books This edition is the best so far combining potent ambitious longer works by genre stars with a varied sampler of up and coming names Eighteen stories including several novellas follow Datlow's lengthy introduction a wide ranging summary of the genre year

  10. says:

    An interesting cacophony of short horror stories everywhere from the “I don’t understand” weird kind to the “I don’t want to go to sleep” terrifying kind Examples of some of the stories that stood out to me are The Moraine by Simon Bestwick two hikers confront a fatal mist The Show by Priya Sharma a television medium who realizes her skills are not what she thought they were Final Girl Theory by A