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Bleeding Shadows 1st Print
[9781596065994]
$59.79

 BLEEDING SHADOWS.

by Joe R. Lansdale.

 

First Printing,  ARCHIVED and SEALED in an acid-free protective book cover upon receipt here and then sealed in plastic for complete archival protection.

 

OVERVIEW: Bleeding Shadows is Joe R. Lansdale's largest, most varied collection to date. Weighing in at 488 pages and 150,000 words, these stories, poems, and novellas--supplemented by the author's introduction and by an invaluable set of story notes--move effortlessly from horror, adventure, and suspense to literary pastiche. It is, by any measure, a major addition to an already impressive body of work.

The volume opens with 'Torn Away,' in which a small town sheriff encounters a man on the run from his own predatory shadow. The stories that follow come from all points of the narrative compass. In 'Morning, Noon, and Night,' a young boy stumbles across a monstrous, multi-faceted killer from which there is no escape. 'The Bleeding Shadow' is a tale of music, monsters, and deals-with-the devil set in post-WWII Texas. In 'Star Light, Eyes Bright,' an ordinary husband makes a startling discovery, one that leads to an unimaginable act of personal transformation. Elsewhere, the author offers us twisted Christmas stories ('Santa at the Cafe'), tales of a zombie apocalypse ('A Visit with Friends'), and one story--'Christmas with the Dead'--that encompasses both of these elements. Other highlights include a pair of informed, affectionate acts of literary homage. 'Metal Men of Mars' pays tribute to the Martian novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs, while in 'Dread Island,' the masterful novella that concludes this collection, the world of Huckleberry Finn merges seamlessly with the worlds of H. P. Lovecraft and Joel Chandler Harris.

Sometimes funny, often horrifying, and always compulsively readable, this generous gathering of stories--few of which have previously appeared in book form--constitutes a significant publishing event. Bleeding Shadows is an indispensable, vastly entertaining volume, one that no admirer of Joe R. Lansdale's distinctive brand of fiction can afford to miss.

 

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Torn Away
  • The Bleeding Shadow
  • A Visit with Friends
  • Christmas Monkeys
  • Christmas with the Dead
  • Quarry
  • Six Finger Jack
  • Mr. Bear
  • Old Man in the Motorized Chair
  • Apache Witch
  • Soldierin’
  • Death Before Bed
  • Apocalypse
  • A Strange Poem
  • Little Words
  • The Man
  • Dead Air
  • Dog in Winter
  • Hide and Horns
  • The Stars are Falling
  • Metal Men of Mars
  • Morning, Noon, and Night
  • Santa at the Café
  • What Happened to Me
  • Oink
  • Star Light, Eyes Bright
  • Dead Sister
  • Shooting Pool
  • The Folding Man
  • Dread Island
  • Story Notes

From Publishers Weekly (Starred Review):
“Texas native Lansdale (Edge of Dark Water) uses 20 tales and 10 poems to explore the shadier impulses of human (and nonhuman) nature in this superlative collection. Best of all is ‘The Stars Are Falling,’ a spare Greek tragedy about a soldier’s unexpected return home. This collection shows off Lansdale’s unmatched talent for blending crime, horror, and the supernatural.”

2014 Sub. Press.first printing hard cover.

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