The King in Yellow and Other Horror Stories
A treasured source for Lovecraft, Howard, and others, this collection endures as a work of remarkable power. Includes all the stories from The King in Yellow — "Yellow Sign," "Repairer of Reputations," "Demoiselle d'Ys," and others — plus stories from other sources, including three early sci-fi... show more
A treasured source for Lovecraft, Howard, and others, this collection endures as a work of remarkable power. Includes all the stories from The King in Yellow — "Yellow Sign," "Repairer of Reputations," "Demoiselle d'Ys," and others — plus stories from other sources, including three early sci-fi fantasies from In Search of the Unknown. 12 total.
Publish date: July 30th 2004
Publisher: Dover Publications
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Short Stories
, Cthulhu Mythos
, Weird Fiction
This is a collection of short stories from an American writer who is not widely known these days. He is also credited with having influenced some horror writers including H.P. Lovecraft. This collection mentions horror in its title; this is misleading as only first four stories can be qualified for ...
Ronald W Chambers is something of an oddity in the annals of writerdom. He made a comfortable living writing popular romance - a kind of Nicholas Sparks of the 1910s and 20s - yet all of those books are now forgotten and he's now chiefly remembered for a single novel, one he wrote early on in his ca...
I finished reading The King In Yellow and I'm feeling pretty good about myself. I feel satisfied that I've finally read this horror classic and I feel somewhat enlightened about the HBO show True Detective. The KiY consists of a total of 8 stories. 4 horror, 1 ghost, 1 war and two romance-y type t...
I read this because of the 2013 HA Horrors Best Book challenge. The King in Yellow is a collection of short stories first published in 1895. I liked the way a few of the stories, although completely different, were connected to “The Yellow King” or “The King in Yellow”. The reading was a bit slow fo...
I never realized until recently that Lovecraft admired and tried to emulate a few of this author's horror feel, that his stories are the godfather of the Cthulhu mythos. Strangely enough, the prose is fluid and compelling in a way that Lovecraft couldn't match. Of course, it isn't Lovecraftian prose...