Before THE EXORCIST,
Before THE DEEP,
There was Jack London
The nightmare cruelty of nature...
the killing lusts of beasts of prey...
the shadowy power of the supernatural...
the demons that rise from the primordial depths of the human heart...
are all part of the fearful world created and charted by the supreme storytelling genius of Jack London. In this remarkable collection of the most hauntingly compelling tales he ever wrote are some of the most chilling and gripping experiences the printed page has ever offered. Here is a volume uniquely designed for those who dare come nakedly face to face with the ultimate in terror.
- A Thousand Deaths (1899)
- The White Silence (1899)
- In a Far Country (1899)
- Even unto Death (1900)
- The Man with the Gash (1900)
- The One Thousand Dozen (1903)
- Bātard (1902)
- The Dominant Primordial Beast (1903)
- The Death of Ligoun (1902)
- In the Forests of the North (1902)
- Keesh, the son of Keesh (1902)
- The God of His Fathers (1901)
- from The Sea Wolf (1904)
Original title: Thirteen Tales of Terror
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Animals Run Rampant, Werewolves
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