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Walk Hand In Hand Into Extinction: Stories Inspired by True Detective

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A talented array of writers, coming from the genres of Noir, Horror, Metafiction, Mythos, Crime, Weird and Bizarro Fiction, were all inspired by the existential themes from the first season of True Detective. Clash Books is very proud to present this collection of powerful and evocative stories about the humanity and inhumanity of modern man in an ever-shifting moral and c ...more
Paperback, 260 pages
Published January 21st 2016 by CLASH Books
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Rebecca_harley
Oct 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Could read this book again and again, even if there were some typos!
Iver
Jan 23, 2016 rated it did not like it
To be fair, I didn't actually finish this book, I just abandoned it. I desperately wanted to like this book as I loved the first season of True Detective. I loved the spooky, somewhat X-Files feel of everything surrounding The Yellow King and Carcosa. And that's probably the best part about this book, that all of the stories touch on The Yellow King and Carcosa. But, that's where my enjoyment stopped.

All of the stories are, to me, weird and unresolved. They all just sort of end, like a piece of
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Aug 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
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I really liked this book overall. There were many stories in it that I absolutely loved and adored. They were edge-of-your-seat-gotta-finish-this-right-now good. Some others were very slow to get through and not thrilling edge-of-your-seat worthy, but they were good. And surprisingly some of it was really funny. I recommend this book to anyone who likes thrillers and horrors as some of the stories were utterly horrifying and disturbing, but incredibly well done. Also, I'm a huge fan of Jayme Kar ...more
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A mixed bag for me - some good, some great, a lot of just okay. I wanted more from a book based on a series I love so much. Frustrating.
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Interesting collecton taking inspiration from a great TV show.
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Christoph Paul is an award-winning humor author. He writes non-fiction, YA, Bizarro, horror, and poetry including: The Passion of the Christoph, Great White House Volume 1 and Volume 2, Slasher Camp for Nerd Dorks, A Confederacy of Hot Dogs, and Horror Film Poems. He is the managing editor for CLASH Media and CLASH Books and edited the anthologies Walk Hand in Hand Into Extinction: Stories Inspire ...more