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Alex Davis (ed.) – Worms

Posted by demonik on August 31, 2014

Alex Davis (ed.) – Worms    (Knightwatch, 2014)

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Stephen Cooney
Alex Davis – Worms: Introduction

K. T. Davies – Zombie Worms Ate My Hamster
Adam Millard – Tommy Squirm
Sandra Unerman – The Twitching Tail
Anna Taborska – Cyril’s Mission
Amelia Mangan – The Figurehead
Stephen Palmer – Nobody Likes Worms
Simon Dessloch – The Worm Boy
James Everington – The Place Where It Always Rains

Blurb:
If ever an anthology did exactly what it said on the tin, this one would be precisely it. And why not? Worms have been fine horror fodder for a number of years now, and it was something that Editor Alex Davis always wanted to explore. Insects have always been a sort of fear for him. Worms was the one that felt that he could just about manage – although he has to admit that there were still plenty of uncomfortable moments in reading through these tales. So step on in and read this glorious, gruesome, squirmy anthology about – Worms.

 

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