Reassuring Tales

Meticulously crafted and highly memorable, T.E.D Klein s work represents some of the best the horror and science fiction genres have to offer From the classic novellas Black Man With A Horn , Nadelman s God , Children of the Kingdom and Petey to the critically acclaimed novel The Ceremonies, Klein s fiction is remarkable, much vaunted, but sadly, not abundant.It haMeticulously crafted and highly memorable, T.E.D Klein s work represents some of the best the horror and science fiction genres have to offer From the classic novellas Black Man With A Horn , Nadelman s God , Children of the Kingdom and Petey to the critically acclaimed novel The Ceremonies, Klein s fiction is remarkable, much vaunted, but sadly, not abundant.It has been sixteen years since the release of Klein s novella collection Dark Gods Since then fans have been clambering for a follow up.The wait is over.Subterranean Press is proud to present Reassuring Tales, which features previously uncollected short stories, novellas, and screen treatments, each one handpicked by the author, and book ended by the classic The Events At Poroth Farm , the basis for the novel for which Klein is best known, The Ceremonies.Be advised, Dear Reader, the following tales are anything but reassuring
Reassuring Tales Meticulously crafted and highly memorable T E D Klein s work represents some of the best the horror and science fiction genres have to offer From the classic novellas Black Man With A Horn Nadelman

  • Title: Reassuring Tales
  • Author: T.E.D. Klein
  • ISBN: 9781596060722
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Hardcover
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    • Orrin Grey said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:40 PM

      Do I give this two stars or three? I'm waffling, so I'll err on the side of three, but it's close. I was really expecting to like this more. I've read a couple of Klein's more famous stories and been really impressed, but this not so much. Not that there's anything really wrong with the stories here, but they're mostly of what I've come to think of as the Twilight Zone school of storytelling, which doesn't do much for me most of the time. There are a few good bits here, I like the title and cove [...]

    • Frances said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:40 PM

      I come to T.E.D. Klein by way of "The Events at Poroth Farm" (and have bought an entire book on the strength of that story alone) and Dark Gods, so I was honestly a little surprised by most of the stories in here; the overall impression is that they're lighter, more simply constructed. There are exceptions ("Growing Things" is close to what I'd expect, though I wish it was a little longer, and "Ladder" is oddly cold for its setup), and the sweetly fannish nostalgia/magic shop[1] setup of "They D [...]

    • Canavan said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:40 PM

      ✭✭✭“Camera Shy” (1988) ✭✭✭“Growing Things” (1999) ✭✭✭“Curtains for Nat Crumley” (1996) ✭✭✭“Magic Carpet” (1976) ✭✭½“One Size Eats All” (1993) ✭✭✭½“Ladder” (1990) ✭✭✭½“Well-Connected” (1987) ✭✭✭✭“S.F.” (1975) ✭½“They Don’t Write ’Em Like This Anymore” (1989) ✭✭½“The Events at Poroth Farm” (1972) ✭✭✭✭✭

    • Murray Ewing said:
      Sep 23, 2018 - 16:40 PM

      In his introduction, Klein takes pains to point out the flaws in each of the stories collected here, and for the most part, I’d have to agree — they’re well-written but slight tales. You can guess the ending of, say, “Camera Shy” — in which the mother and father of a recently-married daughter get the wedding photos in the mail, only to find the groom, currently honeymooning in his homeland of Hungary, hasn’t come out in any of them — pretty much as soon as it starts, but what mak [...]

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