What Dreams May Come by Richard Matheson
With the possible exception of romance, horror must be the most despised of literary genres. Yet anyone who has tried to write a scary story, or even tell one to credulous children, knows how hard it is to find a fresh angle on this old, almost primeval style of narrative. And horror, like slapstick comedy, is unforgiving—fear and laughter bypass the ra…
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