Title: Peripheral Visions: The Collected Ghost Stories (single volume edition)


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Peripheral Visions is a unique, award-winning reference collection that includes all of Robert Hood’s 44 ghost stories to date, three of them especially written for this volume. These memorable tales display Hood’s uncanny ability to make the fantastic real, to embrace weirdness and create human characters whose lives – both inner and outer – haunted by mortality, are laid bare and revealed to be our own worst nightmares. Ranging from melancholy reflection on life and death, through disquieting tales of dark humour and vengeance, to chilling visions of ghostly apocalypse.

Hood’s stories are sure to draw you into a terrifying world that in the end is revealed to be irrefutably our own. Though many of these stories draw on the traditions of the past, they are far from traditional in approach.

As you turn each page remember this: not everything here is as it seems. There’s always something more, barely glimpsed, out there on the periphery.

  • Peripheral Visions: The Collected Ghost Stories
  • Author: Robert Hood
  • 7 Internal illustrations by Nick Stathopoulos (this edition only)
  • Australian English
  • ISBN:  978-1-925148-65-7
  • RRP: UK £24.99 AU$44.99 US$34.99 EU €29.99
  • Publisher: IFWG Publishing International
  • Mature Readers
  • 824 pages equivalent
  • ebook only
  • eBook Formats: Amazon AU, Nook Book, iBook, Amazon US
  • Key Words: Horror/Dark Fantasy – Ghost Stories (short fiction collection)
  • Publication Date: Single Volume Edition, April 2015
  • Distributor: IPG

A signed, limited hardcover version of this edition is available until 200 copies are sold. Click here for more details, including bonus material.

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