✓ 7TH (SEVENTH) PAN BOOK OF HORROR STORIES || ↠ PDF Download by ✓ Herbert van Thal


  • Title: 7TH (SEVENTH) PAN BOOK OF HORROR STORIES
  • Author: Herbert van Thal
  • ISBN: 9780330105552
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback

  • HORROR ANTHOLOGY THE MAN WHO HATED FLIES BY CHARLES JNFLEET,THE THING BY RETWYND HAYES,THE RETURN BY GSKIN,THE BATS BY DAVID GRANT,THE FUR BROOCH BY DULCIE GRAY,DREAM HOUSE BY DULCIE GRAY,THE STREETS OF ASHKELON BY HARRY HARRISON,THE SNAIL WATCHER BY PATRICIA HIGHSMITH,THE MONKEY S PAW BY W.W.JACOBS,THE LAST EXPERIMENT BY JOHN DEFAUVER,MARETA BY JOHN DEFAHORROR ANTHOLOGY THE MAN WHO HATED FLIES BY CHARLES JNFLEET,THE THING BY RETWYND HAYES,THE RETURN BY GSKIN,THE BATS BY DAVID GRANT,THE FUR BROOCH BY DULCIE GRAY,DREAM HOUSE BY DULCIE GRAY,THE STREETS OF ASHKELON BY HARRY HARRISON,THE SNAIL WATCHER BY PATRICIA HIGHSMITH,THE MONKEY S PAW BY W.W.JACOBS,THE LAST EXPERIMENT BY JOHN DEFAUVER,MARETA BY JOHN DEFAUVER,I LL NEVER LEAVE YOU EVER BY RENE MORRIS,A SMELL OF FEAR BY WILLIAM SANSOM,THE LITTLE ROOM BY WILLIAM SANSOM,STREET OF THE BLIND DONKEY BY ROSEMARY TIMPERLEY,CANNIBALS BY MARTIN WADDELL,THE OLD ADAM BY MARTIN WADDELL,THE ISLAND OF REGRETS BY ELIZABETH WALTER,NEVER TALK TO STRANGERS BY ALEX WHITE.
    Herbert van Thal
    Herbert Maurice van Thal 1904 1983 , known as Bertie van Thal, was a British bookseller, publisher, agent, biographer, and anthologist.


    Commentaires:

    Paul Bryant
    Contains one of PB's All Time Greats :"The Monkey's Paw" by WW Jacobs (1902)The ending is so poignant, not a quality often found in a horror story. The monkey's paw grants wishes. The old woman makes the old man use it and wish for their son back alive (after he was mangled in a gruesome industrial accident). And then. And then a loud knock on the cottage door. "What are you holding me for? Let go. I must open the door.""For God's sake, don't let it in" cried the old man, trembing."You're afraid [...]

    Graham
    The seventh of this endless anthology series. This one's noticeably weaker than the first instalments of the Pan Books of Horror, but there are still plenty of interesting stories to attract the attention; just that they're padded with more average fare. Contents are as follows:THE MAN WHO HATED FLIES, by Charles J. Benfleet: A man asks his friend to prove to him the existence of reincarnation, with unexpected results. A very slight and comic story, but written in a style that's designed to ente [...]

    Julya O
    I read this book when I was a kid back in the 70s. I found some second hand copies and I am rereading as many of this series as I can. They were one of my sources of inspiration to write horror stories.My favorites are:Harry Harrison, ‘The Streets of Ashkelon’ WW Jacobs, ‘The Monkey’s Paw’Rene Morris, ‘I’ll Never Leave You – Ever’ Rosemary Timperley, ‘Street of the Blind Donkey’

    Tom
    I'm not usually a great reader of horror but this was a good anthology peppered with a bit of sci-fi, not everything was too my liking but there were enough good stories to outweigh the ones I didn't get on with so well.

    Maureen
    I'm always drawn to these kinds of collections, though they're usually completely rubbish. There were a few decent ones in here, alongside the duds.

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