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In Bad Dreams - Volume One: Where Real Life Awaits

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A contemporary horror anthology where death shows its many faces: subtle, sublime and pointlessly cruel. In a place you could walk past any day of the week, with people who could live next door, this is where death can reach you in any season and become, in truth, the worst dream of all. IM chats, prize winning roses, lonely hotel guests, doing one's duty, going home on th ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published October 31st 2007 by Eneit Press
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Keith Stevenson
Jan 05, 2012 Keith Stevenson rated it it was ok
In Bad Dreams is the first of a trilogy of horror anthologies from Swedish-based Eneit Press. The company has strong Australian ties, launching the book at Conflux in Canberra in 2007.

This volume takes as its theme death in decidedly non-supernatural but far from pedestrian form. Further volumes will examine deaths of a different feather. But that’s not to say feathers aren’t in evidence in In Bad Dreams. Each story in the book works in a crow motif as a unifying device and the stories are arra
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