What are you really afraid of? Quaid, a student of philosophy, is interested to know. Very interested. Forget philosophy. For Quaid, there is no delight the equal of dread, as long as it's someone else's. Cheryl Fromm's,for instance. Quaid will teach her the meaning ofDread and no one will hear her screams. Not even Quaid's friend Stephen Grace, though he should have. Perhaps then he could have saved himself. This terrifying tale from horror fantasist Clive Barker will open your eyes to the roots of fear. Included in the same volume, a graphic adaptation of Clive Barker's Dawn Satan, the story of the New Hell, an atrocity waiting to happen.
Used availability for Clive Barker's Dread
June 1993 : UK Paperback
May 1993 : USA Paperback