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Kim Newman
Kim Newman is a London-based author and movie critic. With over 25 years of experience, he writes regularly for Empire Magazine and contributes to The Guardian, The Times, Sight & Sound and others. He makes frequent appearances on radio and TV and has popular lines in horror. He has won the Bram... show more

Kim Newman is a London-based author and movie critic. With over 25 years of experience, he writes regularly for Empire Magazine and contributes to The Guardian, The Times, Sight & Sound and others. He makes frequent appearances on radio and TV and has popular lines in horror. He has won the Bram Stoker, International Horror Guild, British Fantasy and British Science Fiction Awards and been nominated for the Hugo and World Fantasy Award.
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Birth date: July 31, 1959
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isanythingopen
isanythingopen rated it 1 year ago
A prisoner 'escapes' into a Dreamworld of his own making, where it's always 2:30 am and it's always raining. 2 professional Dream creators are sent in to bring him out before he takes over the AI controlling the country? world? not sure on that. But they have to do it before getting sucked into t...
bigfootmurf
bigfootmurf rated it 1 year ago
‘Lovecraft‘s Monsters’ is a big anthology and this much gloom is probably best taken in small doses unless you‘re from Innsmouth. The very famous Neil Gaiman opens the billing but I’m heading up the review with ‘Remnants’, a short story by Fred Chappell. Fred Chappell! I mean no disrespect to the ot...
TwistedAlyce
TwistedAlyce rated it 3 years ago
not sure what to make of this book. It was interesting but also comic. Full review to come.
Reclusive Reads
Reclusive Reads rated it 5 years ago
Imagine a house that was haunted before there was a house to haunt..... Newman brings his unique vision to this slow burning tale of a family that finds itself in the presence of supernatural forces of unknown intent.So subtle as to be nearly subliminal, this almost psychological haunting will keep ...
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 5 years ago
This collection of horror stories written in the gothic style really, really worked well for me. For the modern horror reader, gothic style means that these tales contain very little blood and gore. It also means that the language used is usually rather flowery and descriptive. In this case, the ...
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