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The Immeasurable Corpse of Nature - Christopher Slatsky
The Immeasurable Corpse of Nature
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From the author of Alectryomancer and Other Weird Tales comes this devastating collection of fifteen stories and essays. A father’s desperate search for his missing child leads to a cosmic haunted realm. A woman returns to her childhood home to find a past preserved in a semblance of life. A... show more
From the author of Alectryomancer and Other Weird Tales comes this devastating collection of fifteen stories and essays. A father’s desperate search for his missing child leads to a cosmic haunted realm. A woman returns to her childhood home to find a past preserved in a semblance of life. A young man and his canine companion are plunged into the heart of an occult government exercise deep within a Pacific Northwest forest. An elderly man is subject to mysterious experiments as he descends into dementia. And, in the title novella, a forensic anthropologist is called to the site of the mass suicide of an anti-natalist cult obsessed with contacting Nature.
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Format: paperback
Publisher: Grimscribe Press
Pages no: 406
Edition language: English
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5.0 THE IMMEASURABLE CORPSE OF NATURE by Christopher Slatsky
THE IMMEASURABLE CORPSE OF NATURE blew away all of my preconceived notions about dark and weird fiction! I was exited to give these tales a chance as soon as I saw the cover of this book. As a lover of anthologies and collections, this was a great way to start off my reading year. Stories centered...
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