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Description de l’éditeur

Regularly cited in lists of the world’s best horror novels, Dagon tells the story of Peter Leland whose ancestral secrets emerge to plunge him into a world of terror and degradation.  Employing the Mythos developed by America’s great fantasist, H. P. Lovecraft, this novel transforms traditional Gothic elements into an intense, scarifying, modern work.

An international bestseller, Dagon was awarded the Best Foreign Book prize by the French Academy and has ignited spirited debate about its revolutionary approach to its materials. Readers have been known to keep their house lights burning all night while reading this story.

"I am honestly convinced that Fred Chappell is one of the finest writers of this time, one of the rare and precious few who are truly 'major.'" -- George Garrett, author of Death of the Fox and The Succession

GENRE
Romans et littérature
SORTIE
2009
1 janvier
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
140
Pages
ÉDITEUR
Bitingduck Press
TAILLE
478.9
Ko

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