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Revelations: Horror Writers for Climate Action Edited by Seán O'Connor Featuring... Gemma Amor Clive Barker Laird Barron Ramsey Campbell Richard Chizmar Tananarive Due Philip Fracassi T.E. Grau Joe Hill Stephen King Gwendolyn Kiste John Langan Sarah Langan Joe R. Lansdale Tim Lebbon Josh Malerman Adam L.G. Nevill Nuzo Onoh Sarah Pinborough Priya Sharma Paul Tremblay Introduction by Sadie Hartmann Revelations: Horror Writers for Climate Action Edited by Seán O'Connor Featuring... Gemma Amor Clive Barker Laird Barron Ramsey Campbell Richard Chizmar Tananarive Due Philip Fracassi T.E. Grau Joe Hill Stephen King Gwendolyn Kiste John Langan Sarah Langan Joe R. Lansdale Tim Lebbon Josh Malerman Adam L.G. Nevill Nuzo Onoh Sarah Pinborough Priya Sharma Paul Tremblay Introduction by Sadie Hartmann


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Revelations: Horror Writers for Climate Action Edited by Seán O'Connor Featuring... Gemma Amor Clive Barker Laird Barron Ramsey Campbell Richard Chizmar Tananarive Due Philip Fracassi T.E. Grau Joe Hill Stephen King Gwendolyn Kiste John Langan Sarah Langan Joe R. Lansdale Tim Lebbon Josh Malerman Adam L.G. Nevill Nuzo Onoh Sarah Pinborough Priya Sharma Paul Tremblay Introduction by Sadie Hartmann Revelations: Horror Writers for Climate Action Edited by Seán O'Connor Featuring... Gemma Amor Clive Barker Laird Barron Ramsey Campbell Richard Chizmar Tananarive Due Philip Fracassi T.E. Grau Joe Hill Stephen King Gwendolyn Kiste John Langan Sarah Langan Joe R. Lansdale Tim Lebbon Josh Malerman Adam L.G. Nevill Nuzo Onoh Sarah Pinborough Priya Sharma Paul Tremblay Introduction by Sadie Hartmann

50 review for Revelations: Horror Writers for Climate Action

  1. 5 out of 5

    David Swisher

    The TOC on this bad boy is about as packed and star-studded as you can get for horror fiction and it does not disappoint. There are a couple stories that were good but didn't do it for me, but most were just awesome. Very well arranged with a fantastic intro to boot! The TOC on this bad boy is about as packed and star-studded as you can get for horror fiction and it does not disappoint. There are a couple stories that were good but didn't do it for me, but most were just awesome. Very well arranged with a fantastic intro to boot!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Buck

    Almost two dozen horror/ dark fiction authors writing to bring awareness to climate change, and not a single weak story. This anthology contained a few of my favorites, a few well know legends, and a bunch of people I've never read before that I can't wait to read more of. I won't review each individual story or even reveal my favorites, but you can't go wrong with this. Plus, it's for a great cause. Almost two dozen horror/ dark fiction authors writing to bring awareness to climate change, and not a single weak story. This anthology contained a few of my favorites, a few well know legends, and a bunch of people I've never read before that I can't wait to read more of. I won't review each individual story or even reveal my favorites, but you can't go wrong with this. Plus, it's for a great cause.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    My online review: https://horrorobsessive.com/2022/04/1... My online review: https://horrorobsessive.com/2022/04/1...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rich Rosell

    Short stories - more often than not for me - are the examples of "it's the journey, not the destination". That's largely the case here, but don't take that as any sort of negative. Despite the wildly varying length of stories each and every one paints a darkly vivid vibe. This new collection of tales - edited by Seán O'Connor - comes from a heady list of horror's finest. There is a common thread, and since the title includes "Horror Writers for Climate Action" you can probably figure out the them Short stories - more often than not for me - are the examples of "it's the journey, not the destination". That's largely the case here, but don't take that as any sort of negative. Despite the wildly varying length of stories each and every one paints a darkly vivid vibe. This new collection of tales - edited by Seán O'Connor - comes from a heady list of horror's finest. There is a common thread, and since the title includes "Horror Writers for Climate Action" you can probably figure out the theme. 100% of proceeds go to www.climateoutreach.org - so you can purchase this one guilt-free. And bonus points for a intro from Night Worms'Sadie Hartmann... Recommended.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bookfan

    As far as anthologies go, this one was uneven. I am partial to the Lovecraftian horror of Adam Nevill, which is how this book came to my attention, and as always his contribution was fantastic. Clive Barker's fable that he wrote when he was a little kid, not so much: I'm sure it didn't hurt to have his name associated with the book, but for pity's sake at least contribute something worth reading. And Stephen King tires me after all these years and his son Joe Hill gets by on his family relations As far as anthologies go, this one was uneven. I am partial to the Lovecraftian horror of Adam Nevill, which is how this book came to my attention, and as always his contribution was fantastic. Clive Barker's fable that he wrote when he was a little kid, not so much: I'm sure it didn't hurt to have his name associated with the book, but for pity's sake at least contribute something worth reading. And Stephen King tires me after all these years and his son Joe Hill gets by on his family relationship, in my opinion. So--it was OK, some stories better (in the case of Adam Nevill MUCH better) than others.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Erik

    Many great stories, but a few fell flat for me (like with any anthology). I also grew weary reading story after story about climate disasters, not that all of the stories were about climate stuff, but still. Anthologies maybe aren't supposed to be read like novels, at least not semi-themed ones. Overall I liked it. No regrets. Many great stories, but a few fell flat for me (like with any anthology). I also grew weary reading story after story about climate disasters, not that all of the stories were about climate stuff, but still. Anthologies maybe aren't supposed to be read like novels, at least not semi-themed ones. Overall I liked it. No regrets.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ian Dodd

    Such a great anthology

  8. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    Really solid collection of stories.

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    Patti Calvert

  11. 5 out of 5

    MK-reads

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    Brandon Carr

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    Dan Jones

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    Seán O'Connor

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    Vee

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    Sadie Hartmann

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    Justin Lewis

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