Part 2 of my Sparking Neurones column on Lovecraftian fiction. This time round Robert E Howard, Fritz Leiber, Neil Gaiman and others. It also includes snazzy artwork by Bob Covington and Frank E Schoonover.
"Stuart Young deftly weaves a chilling, atmospheric tale, packed with sharp, biting prose, haunting imagery, and healthy doses of paranoia and wry humor. Emotional, brilliant and scary as hell." - BRIAN KEENE
"No one can accuse Stuart Young of avoiding the big issues - with insight and verve, he tackles head-on the existence of God, the mystery of human consciousness and the transformative effects of psychedelic drugs. Recommended." - MARK CHADBOURN
"Wow, what an impressive story ... ambitious, in fact downright audacious" T.E.D. KLEIN
"This is horror fiction as it should be: real, confrontational, yet simple, honest and intimate." GARY MCMAHON