Black Tea
Black Tea
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Includes three horror short stories: Black Tea (Ellen Datlow Honorable Mention 2014), Crocodiles and The Janara, by the Italian horror writer Samuel Marolla. English translation by Andrew Tanzi, English editing by the Bram Stoker Awards winner Benjamin Kane Ethridge, introduction by Bram Stoker Awards winner, Gene O'Neill (entitled: A box… (more)

Includes three horror short stories: Black Tea (Ellen Datlow Honorable Mention 2014), Crocodiles and The Janara, by the Italian horror writer Samuel Marolla. English translation by Andrew Tanzi, English editing by the Bram Stoker Awards winner Benjamin Kane Ethridge, introduction by Bram Stoker Awards winner, Gene O'Neill (entitled: A box of lovely dark chocolate). Samuel Marolla's stories are different as for atmosphere, setting and use of the supernatural, and they offer a complete overview of the author's writing. The three stories are linked by a thin common thread, which after passing through the palate, runs through all the senses. The Black Tea horror has the flavour of a mysterious tea, of a haunted wine and of an alchemical cocktail of milk and blood. Something undoubtedly unique, original and terrible.

 

Publisher: Acheron Books (November 03, 2014)

File size: 548 KB

Protection: Watermark

Language: English

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