[PDF] Download Å Impossible Monsters | by ✓ Kasey Lansdale David J. Schow Selina Rosen Bradley Denton Joe R. Landsdale Neil Gaiman Cody Goodfellow Charlaine Harris

By Kasey Lansdale David J. Schow Selina Rosen Bradley Denton Joe R. Landsdale Neil Gaiman Cody Goodfellow Charlaine Harris | Comments: ( 368 ) | Date: ( Feb 24, 2020 )

Eschewing romantic vampires and shambling zombies, this collection presents monsters that do not merely kill, but suddenly and incomprehensibly consume, destroy, and reduce their victims to mere bones Readers who stay up late wondering if there really is something out there will find these stories to be perfect nightmare fodder Publishers Weekly


  • Title: Impossible Monsters
  • Author: Kasey Lansdale David J. Schow Selina Rosen Bradley Denton Joe R. Landsdale Neil Gaiman Cody Goodfellow Charlaine Harris
  • ISBN: 9781596065055
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Impossible Monsters

  • Stewart Tame

    Nice anthology, with stories of generally higher quality than is often the case with such books. Neil Gaiman, David J. Schow, and Joe R. Lansdale all delight, as expected. Charlaine Harris' story feels like the prologue to a novel, not in a bad way. Al Sarrantonio's story feels like part of a series, a series of which I'd love to see more. Good stuff.


  • Althea Ann

    *** "Blue Amber"--David J. SchowA pretty good take on the alien-pod-people theme, set on a rural ranch. A couple of cops come to investigate, and get far more than they bargained for. Firmly in the horror genre, with a 'zombie' feel to it*****"Click-Clack the Rattlebag"--Neil GaimanSuper-creepy short tale, with the feel of the stories kids tell each other at sleepover parties Reminded me just a little bit of Kelly Link's 'The Specialist's Hat.' (Another super-creepy tale.)*** "Cavity Creeps"--Co [...]


  • Helen

    I really shouldn't read anthologies like this, because some of the stories are really good, and some of them are rubbish, but you kinda have to read through them all to tell the difference. Well, okay, not in the case of Neil Gaiman and Charlaine Harris. You know those stories are going to be great. And, really, that's enough to pick up the book and give it a read, because it's a short anthology of horror stories focusing on monsters, mostly really original ones, but, disappointingly, a few vamp [...]


  • Baal Of

    Very solid collection of monster stories. The only one I really disliked was the Neal Barrett story, which used a style intended to mimic the thoughts of small town narrator, but I found extremely obnoxious. Everything else was at least decent, and several were excellent. Of course Neil Gaiman and Joe Lansdale both produced excellent contributions. I particularly enjoyed Bradley Denton's idea of an inherited condition which caused spilled blood to turn into venomous snakes, and also Al Sarranton [...]


  • Dean

    Interesting collection of stories, some unnerving others not as much. No real klunkers here, but nothing particularly outstanding. Although I did like Orange Lake more than most of the others. The last story really seemed to be a mix of Lovecraft's Mountains of Madness and Forbidden Planet with a twist at the end.


  • Emre Bolcakan

    A solid ensemble of horror stories can be found in Impossible Monsters. The book presents unique monsters for any horror fan looking for a new nightmare. While the monsters are original, diverse and unique; they are not built to last.They will simply remain a part of this intriguing collection and in time will be brushed away from our minds by the classic monsters we are accustomed to reading.


  • Marty Gordon

    As with all anthologies, I liked some of the stories and disliked the rest. Lansdale's and Gaiman's stories were enjoyable as were the stories "Blood Moccasins" and "Orange Lake." The rest, to me, were meh.


  • Rachelccameron

    There were some really creepy stories in here! I enjoyed them all, especially Gaiman and Rosen's.


  • Brad

    EBR - love


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