One Cry in the Night - Landscape, folk and other horrors discussion

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message 1: by Owen (new)

Owen | 105 comments Mod
Will do specific posts for main read nominations but feel free to post here with any recommendations or ideas, stuff you've always wanted to read etc. They may end up as side reads or future main read ideas or just help others find a good book :) We can set up side threads for anything that catches on.


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Ben (roobag) | 3 comments Starve Acre by Andrew Michael Hurley?
I would like to know other people’s thoughts on this book. Mainly because I have just read it and would like to discuss.


message 3: by Owen (new)

Owen | 105 comments Mod
Hi Ben - I haven't read, will look it up. Worth a read?


message 4: by Ben (new)

Ben (roobag) | 3 comments Hi Owen. I didn’t think it was as good as his previous book, Devil’s Day, but is a quicker read, has only just been released and is very autumnal with plenty of landscape and folk elements.


message 5: by Owen (new)

Owen | 105 comments Mod
that sounds right up my street! Have ordered from the library


message 6: by Owen (new)

Owen | 105 comments Mod
Just recording for future nomination - Arthur Machen, Welsh weird/horry stories


message 7: by Claire (new)

Claire | 77 comments Owen wrote: "Just recording for future nomination - Arthur Machen, Welsh weird/horry stories"

Yes i like the sound of this for a future read.


message 8: by Owen (new)

Owen | 105 comments Mod
Another capture - would love to read the original Worzel Gummidge book as a folk tale main or side read at some point. I watched the bbc version over the holidays and really loved it


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