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Even More Monsters

A collection of stories by

“Paul shares Clive’s understanding of the plight of the ‘hidden monsters’ that resided in Midian but moves them into the World Above.”
-Anne Bobby from her introduction

We witness the beginnings of a parasitic alien invasion, whilst at the same time a pregnant woman encounters a very different kind of organism. Strange, hooded creatures lurk on street corners and a teenage girl falls victim to even more terrors underground. Huge worm-like things plague both a detective and soldiers from the past, but a man in the present realises that living words can be just as dangerous. Allow us to introduce you to
Even More Monsters, a collection of spine-chilling tales by award-winning and #1 bestselling author Paul Kane (the British Fantasy Award- Nominated Monsters, More Monsters, Servants of Hell, Before, The Storm), which includes all three “Life Cycle” spin-offs featuring the she-wolf Diana (complete with a brand new concluding chapter), the RED spin-off featuring Sherlock Holmes, and Kane’s collaboration with bestselling author Simon Clark (Vampyrrhic, The Night of the Triffids). With an introduction by Anne Bobby from the movie Nightbreed and cover art by Edward Miller (The Scarlet Gospels, Thinner), you’re about to see why the Monsters are even more scary this time around…

“Paul Kane is a first-rate storyteller, never failing to marry his insights into the world and its anguish with the pleasures of phrases eloquently turned.”
-Clive Barker
– Bestselling author of
The Hellbound Heart, Abarat, Mr B. Gone, and The Scarlet Gospels

“Paul Kane is a name to watch. His work is disturbing and very creepy.”
-Tim Lebbon
New York Times bestselling authorof The Cabin in the Woods, The Silence and The Last Storm

“His stories not only, at his best, put him neck and neck with Ramsey Campbell and Clive Barker, but also in the company of greats like Machen and MR James. You don’t rest easily after reading a Paul Kane story, but strangely your eyes have been somewhat opened.”
-Stephen Volk
– BAFTA winning screenwriter of
Gothic, Ghostwatch, Afterlife, The Awakening and Midwinter of the Spirit

Genre: Horror

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