- Eight Tales of Terror
- Edgar Allan Poe's San Francisco: Terror Tales of the City by Joseph Covino Jr. - FictionDB
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A hound dog for a best friend. Will Jake escape his abusive father and learn to trust those who try to help him? Product details File Size: August 8, Sold by: Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I am in complete agreement with the review given by "Out Herod's Herod". The book is fascinating in the invocation of all the Poe imagery but is also a creative story in its own right.
I will add that, having had experiences with a hypnotherapist, the process is very well described. Covino has obviously researched the subject thoroughly. The book's ending hints at future adventures with the same protagonists which I hope will be written soon! One person found this helpful.
Drawing from an impressive catalog of Edgar A. Poe-inspired madness, he pulls us into a nightmare of insanity within a world of remarkable detail. The disorienting Mesmeric adventures of the protagonist lead the reader through a macabre series of dance-steps ending in a dizzying crescendo with a corkscrew-twist! The author "out Herod's Herod" as they say, piling perversity upon perversity in a compelling tale that is an homage to Mr.
Edgar Allan Poe's San Francisco: Terror Tales of the City by Joseph Covino Jr. - FictionDB
Poe, but made this reader think of Hitchcock along the way. As an avid reader of Poe, it was fun to see how Mr. It's also a pleasure to witness such inspired creativity sprout from literary seeds planted so long ago. Outstanding writing, yet again! Covino accurately emotes the Poe style and feeling of dread, in a wonderfully crafted and multi-level novel set in San Fransico. If you like this, and you will, read the rest of this prolific writer's works as soon as you can.
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