THE TWENTY DAYS OF TURIN

One of the most interesting translations to appear in some time, this is the first-ever English version of a short novel that was originally published in Italian back in 1977

THE MAGIC TOYSHOP

THE MAGIC TOYSHOP evinces all the qualities that defines Angela Carter’s fiction, namely a fair amount—though not nearly enough in this case—of perverse invention

LITTLE HEAVEN

Here Nick Cutter, of the well-received horror thrillers THE TROOP and THE DEEP, tries his hand at a genre epic of the type popularized by Stephen King and Robert McCammon, with mixed results

WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN

Quite popular among the literati and the winner of at least one prestigious award, it’s a relentlessly contemplative and intellectual treatment of material that will seem quite familiar to most horror fans

MAD MAX

It’s been said that George Miller was so impressed with this novelization of MAD MAX that he hired its writer to co-script THE ROAD WARRIOR

BRANCHES

Mitch Cullin is best known for providing the source novel for Terry Gilliam’s “PSYCHO-meets-DAYS OF HEAVEN” reverie TIDELAND, and this earlier Cullin text is just as twisted