The View from Hell by John Shirley

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John Shirley is a critically acclaimed cyberpunk, sci-fi and horror writer, titles include City Come-Walkin' and Dracula In Love. He wrote the first screenplay for The Crow. He has also written many tie-ins including Constantine, Doom and Bioshock: Rapture. His short story collection Black Butterflies won a Bram Stoker, the International Horror Guild Award and was one of the Publisher's Weekly best books of 1998.
Published June 1, 2001 by Subterranean. 193 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Looking to top his dubious distinction in publishing the grisliest vampire tale of 1992 (Wetbones), he devotes his latest fiction to a loving catalogue of hell’s endless horrors: impalements, throat slashings, AIDS carcinomas and bedsores, people who die again and again, having themselves drowned...

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This hiatus proves as addictive as any drug, and, over time, the captives descend into bestial psychological depths and fling themselves into horrific murders and suicides in order to taste that sweet escape.

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