Death Dreams Deluxe: The Complete Works of Chris Robertson

Death Dreams Deluxe The Complete Works of Chris Robertson Alternate cover edition for ASIN B B GV MGDEATH DREAMS DELUXE includes every piece of horror and science fiction that I wrote from Many people believe horror to be an inferior genre but no

  • Title: Death Dreams Deluxe: The Complete Works of Chris Robertson
  • Author: Chris Robertson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alternate cover edition for ASIN B00B0GV4MGDEATH DREAMS DELUXE includes every piece of horror and science fiction that I wrote from 2005 2013 Many people believe horror to be an inferior genre, but not I Horror done well is really just drama taken to a higher, primal level The ideas for the stories in this book came from many sources dreams and nightmares, wakingAlternate cover edition for ASIN B00B0GV4MGDEATH DREAMS DELUXE includes every piece of horror and science fiction that I wrote from 2005 2013 Many people believe horror to be an inferior genre, but not I Horror done well is really just drama taken to a higher, primal level The ideas for the stories in this book came from many sources dreams and nightmares, waking fears, homages to my favorite films and books, imagination, and in one instance a voice heard telepathically during a night of insomnia Contents 1 The Thing in the Cage 2 Dr Baetki and the Nirvana Device 3 The Sickness 4 The Fear Puzzle 5 The Killer Unseen 6 The Demon Seer 7 The Gatherer 8 Doctor Kraus Garden 9 Farmhouse Terror 10 Cavern of Death 11 Unearthed 12 Into The Hands of Evil 13 His Majesty s Spectators 14 The Delivery 15 Purgatory 16 The Myth the Snow 17 Ancillary Parts 18 Gone Skiving, Back in an Hour 19 Hotel de la Mort 20 Indeed 21 Post Mortem Comm 22 Tomb of Souls 23 Objective Malice 24 The Offering 25 Twice as Good 26 Messiah of Evil

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    About " Chris Robertson "

  • Chris Robertson

    I became inspired to write classically styled short horror after purchasing a collection of old horror tales at a yard sale The book featured works by F Marion Crawford, William Hope Hodgson, Seabury Quinn, le Fanu, Robert Chambers, and many other of the early masters.

  • 695 Comments

  • Chris Robertson's book is running over with great ideas but unfortunately, they are in very much need of a good editor. Mr Robertson has a talent that would shine with a good spit and polish of the stories. There are some real gems within the book and his execution of the books are very well played out. He has an exceptional use of character development and very good payoff. This is an interesting read and could be an excellent one if it wasn't for lack of editing. It could also do with some seq [...]


  • As much as I love short story collections for my lunchtime fixes, the ones in this book needed too much spellchecking. This is the kind of thing which always pulls me out of a story.


  • There were some good ideas in this collection but the entire book could do with a lot of tidying and polishing. There were a lot of spelling mistakes and odd grammatical errors which proved to be quite off-putting; for some reason 'shown' was consistently used instead of 'shone', I'm going to assume a weird spellcheck on that one.I enjoyed the vast majority of the collection. The last story/play was one of my favourites, along with 'The Thing in the Cage' - a story I had already read last year a [...]


  • I read the first three stories in this collection and was bored. There was nothing new about them, and the execution was poor. Dr. Baetki and the Nirvana Device particularly annoyed me, because it's the type of fear-mongering science fiction that paints scientific advancement as a minefield where any new technology is all but guaranteed to doom us all, because there's no way human society could ever possibly adapt to (in this case) a significantly reduced need for sleep. Ridiculous.




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