The Dark at the End of the Tunnel by Taylor Grant
Offered for the first time in a collected format, this selection features ten gripping and darkly imaginative stories by Taylor Grant, a Bram Stoker Award ® nominated author and rising star in the suspense and horror genres.
Discover what happens when:
- A wealthy industrialist awakens after ten years in suspended animation, and finds out that the horrors of the past can never be left behind.
- A lonely man realizes that he’s gradually vanishing from existence, into a nightmarish limbo of his own making.
- An author stumbles upon an incomplete manuscript by his deceased father, and makes the grave mistake of trying to complete the story.
- A woman learns that the imaginary voices that haunt the delusional and criminally insane are, in fact, real.
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This remarkable collection of short fiction exposes the terrors that hide beneath the surface of our ordinary world, behind people’s masks of normalcy, and lurking in the shadows at the farthest reaches of the universe.
“A master class in storytelling…one of the best collections of the last ten years." – Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award Winner, Dead City, The Dead Won't Die
“… so full of talent and commitment, that it is an inspiration.” – Dennis Etchison, Two-time World Fantasy Award Winner, The Dark Country
“A bold and unsettling new voice in suspense and horror.” – Scott Nicholson, Bestselling thriller author, The Red Church
"… a cornucopia of horror from a master of the genre!" – Tim Waggoner, Eat The Night, The Way of All Flesh
“…written with the precise-concise language of a poet. Each story has an almost perfect closure….” – Gene O’Neill, Bram Stoker Award Winner, The Cal Wild Chronicles, The Hitchhiking Effect
"Grant is a writer who never fails to engage. Frankly, his stories frighten me…” – Christopher Ransom, International Bestselling Author, The Birthing House, The Fading
“…beautifully crafted tales… a depth and humanity of which we all can relate.” – John Claude Smith, Riding the Centipede, Autumn in the Abyss
“As classic, elegant, deadly effective and efficient as a switchblade.” – John Palisano, Bram Stoker Award Finalist, Dust of the Dead, Nerves
“A master at balancing pure dread, raw untethered emotion, and brilliant characters.” – Robert S. Wilson, Bram Stoker Award nominated editor, author of Empire of Blood series.
“Grant picks away at your worst fears…the bogeyman finally has a name...” – David Owain Hughes, Walled In, White Walls and Straightjackets