Collectable paperbacks 14: The Monk, by Matthew Lewis

The monk, creepy stories, H.P Lovecraft

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  • The special paperback edition of Matthew Lewis’ gothic fiction classic is available  on our trading website (uses Paypal).
  • Includes a new biography and a comprehensive glossary of Gothic, Victorian and Literary terms.
  • Here’s a trailer for the movie, with a tease of salacious horror, and the supernatural.

Collectable Paperbacks 04: Journey to the Centre of the Earth

creepy stories, science fiction, fantastic fiction

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  • The special paperback edition of Jules Verne’s science fiction classic is available  on our trading website (uses Paypal).
  • Includes a new biography and a comprehensive glossary of Gothic, Victorian and Literary terms.
  • Here’s a trailer for the 2006 family movie version, with Josh Hucherson (Hunger Games) and Brendan Fraser (George of the Jungle)

Collectable Paperbacks 19: The Picture of Dorian Gray

creepy stories, gothic fiction, flametree451

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  • The special paperback edition of Oscar Wilde’s decadent classic of gothic horror is available  on our trading website (uses Paypal).
  • Includes a new biography and a comprehensive glossary of Gothic, Victorian and Literary terms.
  • The 2009 Dorian Gray movie strained to do its source justice, with a fine cast. Here’s the IMDB movie page.
  • Here’s the Rotten Tomatoes page for the classic 1945 movie
  • …and a trailer too: The Picture of Dorian Gray:

Collectable Paperbacks 01: Frankenstein

Creepy stories, Frankenstein, flametree451, Benedict Cumberbatch

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  • The special paperback edition of Mary Shelley’s ageless classic of gothic horror is available on our trading website (uses Paypal).
  • Includes a new biography and a comprehensive glossary of Gothic, Victorian and Literary terms.
  • Here’s a review of Danny Boyle’s National Theatre production of Frankenstein, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller.
  • Here’s a video of Danny Boyle’s magnificent play: