Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of 70s and 80s Horror Fiction
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What buyers say about Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of 70s and 80s Horror Fiction
This book is written for me, a round-up of all those glorious, trashy, brilliant, infuriating, genius, rubbish novels, by sub-genre, and yes, it was written for me by Will Erricksen or, indeed, Grady Hendrix.
It is a book that entertains as you peruse the pages and read about the different books, and also admire the odd and sometimes odd artwork of their covers, and their wider genre in general.
The book is beautiful, but if it was just a book of pictures, it would be worth the price alone, but there is great writing to go with it explaining the golden age of horror books went threw.
I have read a few volumes but haven't yet read several of the others, so I'm going to be looking for fun treasures at used book stores.
You can tell it is dark by the title, but you can't tell how funny he is because he puts in a lot of information I didn't know.