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HorrorBabble's The House on the Borderland

Lu par : Ian Gordon
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The House on the Borderland is a supernatural horror novel written by British writer William Hope Hodgson in 1908. The story opens with the discovery of a journal in the ruins of an unusual house in rural Ireland. Penned by a recluse, the journal details the man's stay at the house and his supernatural experiences with menacing monsters and dreaded dimensions.

American writer H. P. Lovecraft and British writer Terry Pratchett cited the novel as a major influence on their works, and it is generally considered to be the milestone that signaled the end of the typical Gothic fiction of the late 19th century.

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  • tikkidaddy
  • 26/06/2020

It's like a theatre of the mind

Astounding...I can just see Ian sitting before a roaring fire with a pipe, telling me this...it actually gives me the gooseflesh thinking about it😂😂Great job old friend...Jesus....😂😂

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  • Scott D Peterson
  • 24/06/2020

Amazing

This story is one of my all time favorites. Ian’s narration nails the mood and tone adding a wonderful layer of tension.