Voices by Lawrence C. Connolly
Tales of Horror

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Voices includes the definitive versions of eleven classic and two all new stories of psychologically affecting horror, along with commentary by the author. Combining the genre-bending stories of Lawrence C. Connolly with the surreal art of World-Fantasy-Award-nominee Jason Zerrillo, Voices is an exploration of the art of storytelling, where whispers become screams . . . and images echo in the mind. This is more than a story collection: it's a sounding of the depths of horror.

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Published December 27, 2011 by Fantasist Enterprises. 258 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Connolly’s unremarkable third collection (following Veins and Visions) assembles 11 previously published short stories and a pair of originals, all in his trademark style of thoughtful horror.

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They are more than the sum of their parts, and when reading I found myself more than once drawing a parallel between Connolly's stories and those of Raymond Carver, whose minimalist brilliance forever changed the way stories are written.

Jan 06 2012 | Read Full Review of Voices: Tales of Horror

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