by Joe Hill
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Four short, sharp shocks from one of horror's greats
These four short novels from the acclaimed author of The Fireman deftly expose the darkness that lies just beneath the surface of everyday life.
In "Snapshot," a Silicon Valley adolescent is threatened by a tattooed thug whose Polaroid Instant Camera erases memories, snap by snap. Then, a young man goes "Aloft" for his first parachute jump...and winds up cast away on an impossibly solid cloud with a mind of its own.
In "Rain," a downpour of nails-splinters of bright crystal that shred the skin-spreads around the world. Finally, a mall security guard stops a mass shooting and becomes a hero to the gun rights movement. But his story unravels, along with his sanity, in "Loaded," closing out this stellar supernatural collection.
"One of America's finest horror writers."-Time
"Hill is a terrific writer with a great imagination. He has a special talent for taking us and his characters to very weird places."-USA Today
A "compelling chronicler of human nature's continual war between good and evil."-Providence Journal-Bulletin
Hill "pushes genre conventions to new extremes."-New York Times Book Review
"Quite simply the best horror writer of our generation."-Michael Koryta
Additional Book Details
|Release Date:||October 24, 2017|