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Brett J. Talley
A native of the South, Brett Talley received a philosophy and historydegree from the University of Alabama before moving to witch-hauntedMassachusetts to attend Harvard Law School. When people ask, Bretttells them he writes for fortune and glory. But the truth is thestories in his head simply... show more



A native of the South, Brett Talley received a philosophy and historydegree from the University of Alabama before moving to witch-hauntedMassachusetts to attend Harvard Law School. When people ask, Bretttells them he writes for fortune and glory. But the truth is thestories in his head simply refuse to stay put. Brett loves every kindof fiction—from horror to literary to historical to sci-fi—as long asthere are fantastic characters with a compelling purpose. There'sstill magic to be found in fiction, the mysterious and the unknownstill beckon there, and the light can always triumph over thedarkness, no matter how black the night may be.Brett writes when he can, though he spends most of his time working asa lawyer so that he can put food on the table. That is, until the airgrows cool and crisp and fall descends. For then it is football timein the South, and Brett lives and dies with the Alabama Crimson Tide.Roll Tide.

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Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 4 years ago
All of these stories really worked within the context of the shared-world theme of Limbus Inc., save one and even that one was not bad, just not my cup o tea. (and no, I’m not going to tell you which one) Still overall, a very entertaining and well written collection with some of today’s top authors...
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Shiftyj1 rated it 4 years ago
*Review for the audio version*Limbus Inc. is a very good shared world anthology of short stories revolving around a mysterious and dark employment agency and its hires. There are some very good authors on display here, only one of which I had not previously read. The audio narration was very well do...
Soze Says
Soze Says rated it 4 years ago
Let's start with a statement few fans of horror literature - and especially those with a thing for Lovecraft - would deny: That Which Should Not Be stands as one of the finest Lovecraftian pastiches to have ever been written. So, it's also fair to say, that expectations for Brett J. Talley's sequel ...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 4 years ago
Told in varying perspectives through journals and diaries, HWWIS is an excellent follow up to “That Which Should Not Be.” This is how cosmic horror thrillers should be done.It’s the end of the world as we know it, unless Henry and Rachel can solve the mystery of Rachel’s fathers’ disappearance and f...
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Reclusive Reads rated it 4 years ago
This epistolary novel, collecting a series of journal entries, chronicles a suspenseful race against time and the Old Ones, is so much more than just another Mythos rehash/re-imagining. Infusing his tale with both real and weird history (The Russian Revolution/The Tunguska Event), brilliant characte...
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