NEWS (09/24/19): 1 Shadow Tome Ultra-Deluxe Traycased Hardcover found in inventory, this copy is in identical shape to the other ultra-deluxe traycased numbered editions except it is not numbered (blank on the number line).
Limit 1 per customer/household on traycased Ultra-Deluxe Shadow Tome edition
From world renowned horror author Ramsey Campbell (Alone with the Horrors, Ancient Images) comes a frightening new psychological horror novella, third book in the ongoing Black Labyrinth imprint illustrated by Santiago Caruso.
Kiefer is desperate for a job when he comes upon an opening at a curious bookstore in England, BOOKS ARE LIFE. He approaches the owner for a job and gets it, learning quickly that the owner is stranger than the books that he sells in the shop. As he continues to help the bookstore’s transition to the internet, he discovers oddities in the shop and has increasingly strange visions and encounters.
This bookstore is very unique, like its owner, and it will bring to Kiefer the most intense and revealing era of his life. From master storyteller Ramsey Campbell comes this brooding and frightening psychological horror novella accompanied by five original color illustrations by Santiago Caruso.
"As the dread builds, the effect is dizzying, claustrophobic, and very scary. Prescribing to his own rule of ‘avoiding what’s been done to death’, The Booking shows Campbell in top form with a strange and creepy tale that lingers long after the last page is turned." - This is Horror
Signed limited hardcover editions (Flood Black, Dark Mind and Shadow Tome) include all illustrations by Santiago Caruso in full color and bonus handwritten manuscript pages from Ramsey Campbell's first draft of The Booking.
Product Information: Available in Ebook (Kindle exclusive), Trade Paperback (ISBN: 9781626411395, 90 pages, MSRP $19.95) Flood Black (400 signed and numbered hardcover), Dark Mind (deluxe 52 lettered slipcased hardcover) and Shadow Tome (ultra-deluxe 13 hardcover) available on DarkRegions.com, Amazon, various bookstores and libraries.
Forces both internal and external can take control over the human mind. Some declare these losses of control as demonic possessions, others explain them as...View full product details