Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 1st 1988
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Oxrun Station
The cover blurb for this book (on my edition anyway) is from Stephen King. He says: "Jolting Terror...Scary, Dreamlike, Wonderful." I will give him dreamlike. As in, this book, like your dreams, is entirely devoid of plot. There was an effort towards a creeping, moody build to the last ten pag...
I enjoy the slow burn of Grant's storytelling. If you know anything of him, you know that he doesn't bludgeon you over the head with nonstop gore and action. He teases you with the horror, slowly building up into a final crescendo. I've been reading his Oxrun Station series in chronological order an...
The Grave is another in the Oxrun Station pseudo-series of books, and it's another one that I've read before. Like other books I've read before from what feels like eons ago, I remembered nothing about it. With The Hour of the Oxrun Dead, I stumbled across a scene I remembered, but The Grave may a...
Now we're talkin'. After reading the mediocre first two novels in the Oxrun Station series, we get The Grave (the fourth in the series). Josh Miller's world is becoming slowly unglued and neither he nor we know what is going on. An accumulation of odd details and occurrences build the eeriness. ...
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