The splash from something enormous resounds through the seafog. In the stillness of a dark room, some unspeakable evil is making its approach. . .
Abandon the safety of the familiar with ten nerve-wracking episodes of horror penned by master of atmosphere and suspense, William Hope Hodgson.
From encounters with abominations at sea to fireside tales of otherworldly forces recounted by occult detective Carnacki, this new selection offers the most unsettling of Hodgson’s weird stories, guaranteed to terrorise the steeliest of constitutions.
About the author: William Hope Hodgson (1877–1918) was a key figure in British weird fiction, renowned for tales of horror and adventure at sea as well as his post-apocalyptic fantasy novel The Night Land (1912). Following his death near Ypres during the First World War, his stories continued to be published posthumously throughout the twentieth century.
- William Hope Hodgson, edited by Xavier Aldana Reyes
- British Library Publishing
- Publication date
- April 2019
- 190 x 130 mm