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Френсис Стивенс "Цитадель страха" Глава 19

Глава 19  “Клиона принимает гостя”

– Заплачу за проезд, потому что у меня нет билетов. – Проводник кивнул и отсчитал мелочь.

– Паскудная ночь, мистер О`Хара, – вежливо заметил он.


The Twins of Withering Moor

At the edge of the deadly forest, deep in the heart of Slavinia, existed a stretch of wilderness which extended further than souls had tread. 640 more words


            A Victorian legend tells the story of a young countess named Cora whose extravagant lifestyle demanded a wardrobe to match, and so her one true passion was to collect and wear eighteenth Century garments, complete with the powdered wigs and lavishly decorated hats that were the custom of those days. 873 more words

The Crack in the Wall

There was a crack in the wall about six inches long and tilted at a rough eighty degrees. It may have been only as deep as the paint. 3,497 more words


H.P. Lovecraft's Creepy Christmas Poem

Over the last few years, I’ve shared Lovecraft’s fondness for writing cheesy Christmas poetry. But apparently, that didn’t keep him from getting all morose and writing a darker ’80s metal poem about the holiday. 324 more words


Word of the Day Writings-Week of December 9th, 2016

School’s been out for a bit, so I’ve been a tad lazy this week getting the post up for these. I’ve been doing more or less the same thing for several months now, so some movies and gaming are on order. 993 more words

Prose & Poetry

The Phoenix on the Sword by Robert E. Howard

The Phoenix on the Sword was the first published short story for Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian character.In the timeline of Conan’s life, the tale takes place towards the end, but I chose to begin reading the tales of Conan in publication order. 373 more words

Book Reviews