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Shining in the Dark
Celebrating Twenty Years of Lilja's Library
Stephen King, Jack Ketchum, P. D. Cacek, und andere
Robert Petkoff, Corey Brill, Jacques Roy, und andere
Spieldauer: 6 Std. und 29 Min.
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Hans-Åke Lilja, founder of Lilja's Library, has compiled a brand-new anthology of horror stories to celebrate 20 years of running the number-one Stephen King news website on the web! This anthology includes both original stories like a brand new novella by John Ajvide Lindqvist (Let the Right One In), very rare reprints like The Blue Air Compressor by Stephen King, and at least one classic tale that inspired Lilja's love of the macabre at a very young age! Now, let's join Lilja....
It's been twenty years since the five friends known as the 'Lightning Five' visited their hunting cabin together. Twenty years spent living in the shadow of something they did in high school - an event that forever defined them in the minds of everyone in their small town. Now they're returning to the cabin to reminisce about old times and forget their troubles...but mother nature has other plans in mind. Before too long, supplies will run low and they will have to make some hard choices - like who gets to live and who has to die...
Little Boy Zombie lives on a big farm just outside of Romero Town with Mama Zombie, Papa Zombie, and Rex the Zombie Dog. One day, while Mama Zombie and Papa Zombie are away, Boy Zombie is left in charge of the farm. But when he gets bored, he decides to play a prank on the citizens of Romero Town. He yells toward town, "Humans here, humans here!" And everyone comes shambling to the farm to help. When they discover they've been tricked, Boy Zombie is warned by his elders: "Don't cry 'humans' when there are no humans!" But will he learn his lesson in time?
When Henry was a child, something terrible happened in the woods behind his home, something so shocking he could only express his terror by drawing pictures of what he had witnessed. Eventually, Henry's mind blocked out the bad memories, but he continued to draw, often at night by the light of the moon. Twenty years later, Henry makes his living by painting his disturbing works of art. He loves his wife and his son, and life couldn't be better...except there's something not quite right....