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Librarian's Pick of the Week: Ararat by Christopher Golden

Library patrons are always asking me, “what have you read (sometimes seen) lately that you loved?”  This is what I loved this week.

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Dark Cities - Christopher Golden

Zero Stars

TW: bestiality, rape

Dark Cities is a horror anthology edited by Christopher Golden around the theme of “cities.” 

I have to seriously question the thought process of Christopher Golden in choosing to put The Dogs as the first story in this anthology. 233 more words

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Three Guys With Beards #55 | Just the Beards

It’s just the beards this time, fielding questions from our followers, discussing what we’re working on, what we want to work on, whether or not working on media tie-ins is diluting our work of the genres, and why Comic book writer, artist and legend Stephen Bissette keeps challenging us with new questions! 9 more words

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The Dark Night

At 19, Nora Hesper’s parents were gunned down in a dark alley. Flush with a large life insurance payout, she traveled to Nepal and studied the mystic arts in a mountainside monastery. 416 more words

Published In 2017

Book review: Dark Cities - Anthology

Christopher Golden has assembled some A-grade writers for this anthology of speculative tales that sees horrors lurking deep within the city streets. I do like a themed anthology, and when authors such as Tim Lebbon, Jonathan Maberry, Joe R. 616 more words

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Review (part1) - Dark Cities edited by Christopher Golden

The strap line for this anthology reads ‘all-new masterpieces of urban terror’ and with an impressive list of authors to boot, it’s a collection I’ve been keen to read. 357 more words

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Review: Ararat

Ararat. Christopher Golden. 2017.

Golden’s new genre-bending novel combines elements of adventure, thriller, and horror with mixed success.

Fiancés Adam and Meryam are known world-wide for their sensational adventure documentaries. 367 more words

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