Midnight House And Other Tales

Midnight House And Other Tales Includes The Educationalist The Desecrator After the Flower Show The Tortoise Sarah Bennet s Possession The Angel of Stone The Fern A Middle Class Tragedy Unwinding Sambo August Heat Deaf a

  • Title: Midnight House And Other Tales
  • Author: William Fryer Harvey
  • ISBN: 9780405081330
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Includes The Educationalist, The Desecrator, After the Flower Show, The Tortoise, Sarah Bennet s Possession, The Angel of Stone, The Fern, A Middle Class Tragedy, Unwinding, Sambo, August Heat, Deaf and Dumb, Last of the Race, Across the Moors, The Star, Midnight House,

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      Published :2018-09-20T22:24:37+00:00

    1 thought on “Midnight House And Other Tales”

    1. Stephen King, in one of those wonderful introductions that accompany each of his short stories, was very enthusiastic about this. Not sure I am quite such a fan, but it did manage to be eerie even when read in a city centre Spoons on Friday night, so.

    2. I liked this story very very much. It had a current feel to it, maybe, twilight zone? Anyway, it is a great little read.It has long been known that the heat of summer often brings short tempers and high crime. William Fryer Harvey uses this little fact and adds a little supernatural feel and ends up with a beautiful little story. An artist by the name of James Clarence Withencroft wakes up one morning and proceeds to a little drawing of a large gentleman just after a court trial. It looks like t [...]

    3. One of my favourite endings. Without spoilers, this ends just where the climax would begin in a more conventional story, and it's absolutely perfect. It's also a master class in how to craft setting so it permeates every aspect of the work.

    4. Haha! I love this creepy little story. This story is Twilight Zone before Twilight Zone. Thank you Stephen King for mentioning this. I will now have to read more by Mr. Harvey.

    5. I love the whole suspense throughout the story and how he makes me draw up my own conclusions about what's gonna happen next.

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