In the mood for Weird Horror? These nine tremendously entertaining weird horror titles come from Lazy Fascist Press, and feature books such as Animal Money by Michael Cisco, a StoryBundle favorite. If you like weird fiction with a horror twist, this is the bundle for you.
Check out these reviews!
The Last Final Girl by Stephen Graham Jones
"Perhaps the smartest send-up of slashers ever, a brainier, brawnier, literary SCREAM; the ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN of the genre [...] the greatest slasher movie never made. Yet." – Jesse Bullington, Innsmouth Free Press
The Art of Horrible People by John Skipp
"The Art of Horrible People may very well be one the best collections published this year, and we certainly hope to read more by John very soon. By using the genres that made him a household name in Horror fiction, John Skipp's stories transcend those genres, proving art is alive and well and exists in the first place you need to look." – Bob Pastorella, This Is Horror
Skullcrack City by Jeremy Robert Johnson
"A nightmarish yet hilarious journey that begins in the ugly world of toxic mortgages and progresses to the slightly uglier world of brain-eating monsters lurking in dark alleys. You're in for an entirely unpredictable ride, the tale spinning ludicrously out of control as the hero uncovers layer after grotesque layer of a vast macabre conspiracy. Skullcrack Cityis original, utterly insane, and a shitload of fun." – David Wong, author of John Dies at the End
Animal Money by Michael Cisco
"Brilliant and demanding [...] Simultaneously the strangest high-finance thriller ever and a rumination on value theory and the financial shituation (sic), it deserves to provoke as much excitement among philosophers of money as it does among aficionados of weird fiction." – China Mieville, The Guardian
American Monster by J.S. Breukelaar
"The closest a book's come to Samuel R Delany's Dhalgren probably ever. Breukelaar is one of the best new writers around and I can't wait for whatever comes next. Read this book. There's really nothing else like it." – Edward J. Rathke, The Best Indie Press Books I've Ever Read
The Last Horror Novel in the History of the World by Brian Allen Carr
"The Last Horror Novel is quick and strange, its pleasures diverse—from the poetic prose at the beginning, to its riffs on small town life and the horror genre, to the creep out of a swarm of hands. Unlike life in Scrape, it's always exciting. And unlike the citizens of Scrape, it never stays in the same place for too long." – American Book Review
The Pleasure Merchant by Molly Tanzer
"The Pleasure Merchant is a hilarious, sensuous, and ultimately ferocious quasihistorical novel about that most crucial of periods: the dawn of the modern era. The merchant class flexed its muscles, scientists turned their attentions to the workings of the human mind, sexual mores were challenged in public and in secret, and in every corner of society the unseen hand of the marketplace dominated all. Tanzer's clever slicing of the era reveals every social stratum of her world-their conflicts, their compromises, and their kinks. Read this book to learn what you've been soaking in your whole life." – Nick Mamatas, author of Love is the Law and I Am Providence
Where We Live and Die by Brian Keene
"...Last year, the modern-day dark-fiction icon released this particularly powerful collection of pieces 'deconstruct[ing] the mystique of the writing life.' Keene's "metafictional" ghost story 'The Girl on the Glider'—probably the most thought-provoking skeptical inquiry into the supernatural since WILL STORR VS. THE SUPERNATURAL nearly a decade ago—is the centerpiece, though the ensuing stories, poems, harangues and incitements do not disappoint." – Shawn Macomber, Fangoria
Witch Hunt by Juliet Escoria
"Unrelenting, violent, often scary: Juliet Escoria's debut collection of stories will likely have you begging and crying for salvation a few pages in. She's just that good." – Jason Diamond, Flavorwire
The initial titles in the Weird Horror Bundle (minimum $5 to purchase) are:
If you pay more than the bonus price of just $14, you get all five of the regular titles, plus four more:
The bundle is available for a very limited time only, via http://www.storybundle.com. It allows easy reading on computers, smartphones, and tablets as well as Kindle and other ereaders via file transfer, email, and other methods. You get multiple DRM-free formats (.epub and .mobi) for all books!
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StoryBundle was created to give a platform for independent authors to showcase their work, and a source of quality titles for thirsty readers. StoryBundle works with authors to create bundles of ebooks that can be purchased by readers at their desired price. Before starting StoryBundle, Founder Jason Chen covered technology and software as an editor for Gizmodo.com and Lifehacker.com.