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[Reading] ➿ The Eye and the Finger ➶ Donald Wandrei – Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk Donald Wandrei The Eye and the Finger Sauk City Arkham House 1944 First edition Octavo 344 pages Publisher's binding dust jacket Author's first book of fiction The fifth book published by Arkham House[Reading] The Eye and the Finger Donald Wandrei Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk Donald Wandrei The Eye and the Finger Sauk City Arkham House 1944 First edition Octavo 344 pages Publisher's binding dust jacket.

Author's first book of fiction The fifth book published by Arkham House Donald Wandrei and the ePUB The Eye and the Finger Sauk City Arkham House First edition Octavo pages Publisher's binding dust jacket Autho.

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2 Comments on "The Eye and the Finger Kindle ¸ and theePUB ¹"

  • S. Zahler

    The Eye and the Finger Kindle ¸ and theePUB ¹ finger mobile, The Eye mobile, and the kindle, Eye and the mobile, The Eye and the Finger EpubThe Eye and the Finger is a collection of macabre science fiction tales and horror tales published by Arkham House in 1944 that compares in terms of its uality and power to the anthologies I own by HP Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith my favorite weird fiction writerIn this long 344


  • Ben

    The Eye and the Finger Kindle ¸ and theePUB ¹ finger mobile, The Eye mobile, and the kindle, Eye and the mobile, The Eye and the Finger EpubWandrei is always at his most powerful as a prose poet He excels at conjuring atmosphere and his stories brim with imaginative power Unfortunately the majority of the stories here are 'science fiction' in theme and they have not dated well This is perhaps not Wandrei's fault They were produced in the 1930's well before the Flying Saucer Bug Eyed Monster boom of the 1950's transformed this trope into a cliche The best inclusions here are the straight horror tales of which there are unfortunately too few The best however are excellent especially the horrifying 'Painted Mirror' which is an absolute gem It's a real shame he didn't produce stories of this calibre Ther


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