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    Herbert van Thal ☆ 3 free read [E–pub Download] (The Pan Book of Horror Stories) AUTHOR Herbert van Thal From 1958 to 1988 The Pan Book of Horror Stories was the annual British gorefest It started out here the very first of the 30 with a most unscary black cat on the cover and with some kind of literary aspirations

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    [E–pub Download] (The Pan Book of Horror Stories) AUTHOR Herbert van Thal Herbert van Thal ☆ 3 free read summary ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Herbert van Thal I liked a couple of these stories but overall most of them were very dated and very boringI read a short story in between reading books so I've been reading these off and on for monthsSadly I disliked than I likedTwo stars only because of the few stories that were actually ok All reviews can be found at

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    [E–pub Download] (The Pan Book of Horror Stories) AUTHOR Herbert van Thal These are the books which fed my burgeoning appetite for horror in my late teens and early twenties Almost all the stories in this collection frightened me when I read them first I daresay they would have lesser impact now that my palate has been jadedThe Copper Bowl Contents of the Dead Man's Pocket WS and Oh Mirror Mirror are some of the stories which I still remember

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    summary The Pan Book of Horror Stories summary ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Herbert van Thal Herbert van Thal ☆ 3 free read The First Pan Book of Horror Stories has a lot to answer for It was the first horror anthology I ever read some fourteen years ago now I guess I was hooked from the start and I went back and re read it straight awa

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    summary ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Herbert van Thal Herbert van Thal ☆ 3 free read [E–pub Download] (The Pan Book of Horror Stories) AUTHOR Herbert van Thal Growing up I never remember my mother reading anything but one of this endless than 30 vol series So I read them too Good bedtime r

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    Herbert van Thal ☆ 3 free read summary ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Herbert van Thal [E–pub Download] (The Pan Book of Horror Stories) AUTHOR Herbert van Thal Classic horror stories that seem a bit outdated now Favorites were 'WS' by LP Hartley 'Behind the Yellow Door' by Flavia Richardson 'The Suaw' by Bram Stoker 'Flies' by Anthony Vercoe and 'The Kill' by Peter Fleming

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    [E–pub Download] (The Pan Book of Horror Stories) AUTHOR Herbert van Thal Herbert van Thal ☆ 3 free read summary The Pan Book of Horror Stories Although I only read a few volumes at that time the Pan Books of Horror Stories made a big impact on me in my adolescence For a short time I loved these gruesome tales with their shocking twist endings Around the same time I ate up most of t

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    [E–pub Download] (The Pan Book of Horror Stories) AUTHOR Herbert van Thal I think I had about twenty of the thirty volumes that make up this series I clearly recall being bowled over by a tale involving a man whose skull had been invaded by spiders I don’t know which anthology that story is in Not this one It doe

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Ollection Joan Aiken Jugged HareThis is a subtly creepy tale of menace something to whet the appetite for the explicit horrors that come in later storiesAL Barker SubmergedAnother subtle psychological story of lingering uneaseOscar Cook His Beautiful HandsThe Grand Guignol really kicks in with this deliciously vile storyGeorge Fielding Eliot The Copper BowlA simple historical tale about a fiendish form of torture which has probably been used in reality I first encountered it "in the movie Terror at Orgy Castle 1972 the watching of which is also a form of tortureJack Finney Contents "the movie Terror at Orgy Castle 1972 the watching of which is also a form of tortureJack Finney Contents the Dead Man s PocketJack Finney was the author of the much filmed novel Invasion of the Body Sn One of my early exposures to horror of the Body Sn One of my early exposures to horror and it hooked me This is the first place I found Contents of the Dead Man s pocket by Jack Finney and I thought it was ust the perfect horror storie There s a lot of good stuff here though including Flies and others Growing up I never remember my mother reading anything but one of this endless than 30 vol series So I read them

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Good bedtime if you like this sort of thing These are the books which fed my burgeoning appetite for horror in my late teens and early twenties Almost all the stories in this collection frightened me when I read them first I daresay they would have lesser impact now that my palate has been adedThe Copper Bowl Contents of the Dead Man s Pocket WS and Oh Mirror Mirror are some of the stories which I still remember From 1958 to 1988 The Pan Book of Horror Stories was the annual British gorefest It started out here the very first of the 30 with a most unscary black cat on the cover and with some kind of literary aspirations Within a few years it fell nay it swandived into the filthiest of sewers it became caked with disgust and it revelled Ror like The Fly or His Beautiful Hands; and of utter chilling terror like The Horror in the MuseumThe perfect bedside book for those with nerves of ste.

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The Pan Book of Horror StoriesI think I had about twenty of the thirty volumes that make up this series I clearly Recall Being Bowled Over By being bowled over by tale involving a man whose skull had been invaded by spiders I don t know which anthology that story is in Not this one It doesn t matter because what is in here is fantastic Of the twenty two tales only one hit a bum note it being THE HOUSE OF HORROR by Seabury uinn It s one of his Jules de Grandin yarns many of which I ve read elsewhere and ust felt a little out of place in this otherwise sterling collection Highlights were THE COPPER BOWL by George Fielding Eliot gruesome FLIES by Anthony Vercoe and the brilliant THE PORTOBELLO ROAD by Muriel Spark It s four decades Or So Since I Last Read This so since I last read this I didn t remember any of the stories they all felt fresh "AND NEW TO ME AND I HAD A BLAST "new to me and I had a blast can t wait to start on volume two Classic horror stories that seem a bit outdated now Favorites were WS by LP Hartley Behind the Yellow Door by Flavia Richardson The Suaw by Bram Stoker Flies by Anthony Vercoe and The Kill by Peter Fleming Worth it for Nigel Kneale alone The First Pan Book of Horror Stories has a lot to answer for It was the first horror anthology I ever read some fourteen years ago now I guess I was hooked from the start and I went back and re read it straight away It inspired me to seek out the seuels along with a whole many other anthologies besides so it will always hold a special place in my heartLooking back at it now I see that it s a bit of a varied collection and some of the stories are weak But the ones that stay with you are the ones to look for and on that note alone I give this a five star ratingAltogether I found three stories here less than average Joan Aiken s JUGGED HARE which opens the collection is short and to the point but doesn t really have time to. Specially selected for Pan here are 22 terrifying tales of horror by such famous authors as Peter Fleming CS Forester Bram Stoker Angus Wilson Noel Lang. Get going I found the characters interesting but the horror less so THE LIBRARY by Hester Holland is an old fashioned housekeeper arrives at weird house and finds horror type story and never engaged with me at all There are a couple of good ideas here but the finale is very predictable THE MISTAKE by Fielden Hughes is a Poe like story about an asylum inmate troubled by a frightening dream and very tame and dated by today s standardsNext are the stories that are fairly entertaining although not ones I d want to revisit Peter Fleming s "THE KILL Is Moderately "KILL is moderately mixing family curses and werewolves but never lifts above the norm for the genre I liked the writing style the best C S Forester s THE PHYSIOLOGY OF FEAR is one that explores the horrors of the Nazi death camps and makes for gruelling reading but the subject makes for gruelling reading but the subject is such that I couldn t necessarily I liked a couple of these stories but overall most of them were very dated and very boringI read a short story in between reading books so I ve been reading these off and on for monthsSadly I disliked than I likedTwo stars only because of the few stories that were actually ok All reviews can be found at Although I only read a few volumes at that time the Pan Books of Horror Stories made a big impact on me in my adolescence For a short time I loved these gruesome tales with their shocking twist endings Around the same time I ate up most of the Edgar Allan Poe stories their shocking twist endings Around the same time I ate up most of the Edgar Allan Poe stories little later I went off horror for a while because I was suffering from OCD and depression and had too many horrible ideas already in my head to want to add any It would be a number of years before my taste for horror returnedNow I m starting in at the first volume with the intention of reading them allHere are my thoughts on the stories which make up that classic first Ley Jack Finney and LP HartleyStories of the uncanny ostle with tales of the macabre Stories of subtle beastliness like Raspberry Jam; of sickening hor. ,