Robert Bloch's Psychos

  • Title: Robert Bloch's Psychos
  • Author: Robert Bloch Stephen King Del Stone Jr. Yvonne Navarro David Niall Wilson Clark Perry Richard Parks Gary Jonas
  • ISBN: 9780671885984
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • ↠ Robert Bloch's Psychos ☆ Robert Bloch Stephen King Del Stone Jr. Yvonne Navarro David Niall Wilson Clark Perry Richard Parks Gary Jonas - Robert Bloch's Psychos, Robert Bloch s Psychos The late great Robert Bloch author of Psycho was a master of macabre humor he was fond of clever grisly one liners often used as twist endings He also liked to write about psychotic and psychopathi
    ↠ Robert Bloch's Psychos ☆ Robert Bloch Stephen King Del Stone Jr. Yvonne Navarro David Niall Wilson Clark Perry Richard Parks Gary Jonas - Robert Bloch's Psychos, Robert Bloch s Psychos The late great Robert Bloch author of Psycho was a master of macabre humor he was fond of clever grisly one liners often used as twist endings He also liked to write about psychotic and psychopathi

    • ↠ Robert Bloch's Psychos ☆ Robert Bloch Stephen King Del Stone Jr. Yvonne Navarro David Niall Wilson Clark Perry Richard Parks Gary Jonas
      162Robert Bloch Stephen King Del Stone Jr. Yvonne Navarro David Niall Wilson Clark Perry Richard Parks Gary Jonas
    Robert Bloch's Psychos

    About Robert Bloch Stephen King Del Stone Jr. Yvonne Navarro David Niall Wilson Clark Perry Richard Parks Gary Jonas


    1. Robert Albert Bloch was a prolific American writer He was the son of Raphael Ray Bloch 1884, Chicago 1952, Chicago , a bank cashier, and his wife Stella Loeb 1880, Attica, Indiana 1944, Milwaukee, WI , a social worker, both of German Jewish descent.Bloch wrote hundreds of short stories and over twenty novels, usually crime fiction, science fiction, and, perhaps most influentially, horror fiction Psycho He was one of the youngest members of the Lovecraft Circle Lovecraft was Bloch s mentor and one of the first to seriously encourage his talent.He was a contributor to pulp magazines such as Weird Tales in his early career, and was also a prolific screenwriter He was the recipient of the Hugo Award for his story That Hell Bound Train , the Bram Stoker Award, and the World Fantasy Award He served a term as president of the Mystery Writers of America.Robert Bloch was also a major contributor to science fiction fanzines and fandom in general In the 1940s, he created the humorous character Lefty Feep in a story for Fantastic Adventures He also worked for a time in local vaudeville, and tried to break into writing for nationally known performers He was a good friend of the science fiction writer Stanley G Weinbaum In the 1960 s, he wrote 3 stories for Star Trek.


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    1. The last story Safe is an unbelieveable lesson in the ever widening ripple that an act of violence causes Very graffic description that then casues you to feel the ripple

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    2. An excellent collection of short horror fiction includes the following stories by contributing authors from the Horror Writers Association Autopsy Room Four by Stephen King Haunted by Charles L Grant Out There in the Darkness by Ed Gorman Please Help Me by Richard Christian Matheson The Lesser of Two Evils by Denise M Bruchman Point of Intersection by Dominick Cancilla Doctor, Lawyer, Kansas City Chief by Brent Monahan Grandpa s Head by Lawrence Watt Evans Lonelyhearts by Esther M Friesner Light [...]

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    3. All in All a good anthology Had several stories I liked a lot.It advertises as having a new story from Stephen King, but the story has now been published in other booksbut Autopsy Room four is still a good tale.I also enjoyed Grandpa s Head mostly because it made you wonderwhat if I found that , Point of Intersection a time travel tale, with a twist Very well written , Interview with a Psycho never trust someone who tells you he has killed , and Safe because it made me think of the tragedies tha [...]

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    4. This is by far one of the best anthologies I have ever readd I have read a LOT of anthologies Robert Bloch passed away before he was done editing it and I think that it is a very fitting last work for one of the all time masters of the horror thriller I would recommend this book to EVERYONE My particular favorite is the final story in the collection Safe by Gary A Braunbeck is one of the best written short stories I ve had the privilege of reading.

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    5. I haven t read all the stories in this book, but really enjoyed the ones I did read.cially the short story by Stephen King.

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    6. A mixed bag like most short story collections I did find some new authors that I want to read of though.

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    7. Senza dubbio ci si rende conto di quando si ha per le mani un libro assolutamente di valore, ed difficile riuscire a trovarne A maggior ragione se si tratta di antologie autori diversi, stili diversi, con il solo punto in comune del genere Unire thriller e horror, se fatto in modo sapiente, ha dato origine in questo caso a una raccolta che vale tutte le sue cinque stelle.Ventidue racconti di ventidue autori, il grande Stephen King ad aprire le danze con un racconto su uno dei peggiori incubi del [...]

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    8. This one is a mixed bag Some of the stories are excellent, some I felt I was drudging through The Jack ripper story and the mother and child story were both worth the cost of the book tho and def recommended for horror fans

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    9. A cura del grande scrittore horror Robert Bloch, una raccolta di racconti che sviscerano l orrore da tutti i punti di vista possibili.Come sempre quando si tratta di racconti, la qualit non omogenea, ma il livello comunque abbastanza alto.

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    10. bunch of shorts should be good judging by the back cover pretty good fast stories

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    11. One of the stories I enjoyed in this book was by Edo Van Belkom

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    12. A less than average anthology Nothing too exciting or unpredictable The only stories that stood out were Lonelyhearts , Echoes , Blameless and Deep Down There The others were OK at best.

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    14. I need to re read this book Remember the anthology was hit and miss with it s bizarre stories.

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    15. Same as others, some stories were good ok Others sucked.

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    16. Some good stuff, but the title is a little misleading as there are only a few with Norman Bates type characters.

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