This is the future of horror!
Editor Jonathan Oliver, fast becoming the most exciting new anthologist of the weird and horrific, here brings together three of his award-winning anthologies for Solaris. Here are House of Fear, Magic and End of the Road, showcasing forty-nine stories by the most important and ground-breaking names in genre fiction, including
AUDREY NIFFENEGGER • CHRISTOPHER... [click here for more]
An Ancient City Holds an Ancient Secret!
The year 40AD is drawing to a close, the last gasp of Caligula's demented reign. Rome dominates the world, but something is festering at the heart of the Empire. Slaves are disappearing, the bodies of the dead are being stolen and mysterious shipments arrive from Egypt in the dead of night.
Barbarian gladiator Boda was brought to Rome in chains as a prisoner... [click here for more]
From the depths they rose...
Orders to chase down the French frigate Elita off the Cape of Good Hope came as welcome news to Captain Havelock. Stranded with the rest of the fleet at Spithead while waiting for France to initiate hostilities was an unwelcome duty for any up and coming officer. Here was a chance for glory - and prize money!
The duel would prove to be far from easy though. Very soon,... [click here for more]
A VAMPIRE IN ZOMBIELAND Coburn's been dead now for close to a century, but seeing as how he's a vampire and all, it doesn't much bother him. Or at least it didn't, not until he awoke from a forced five-year slumber to discover that most of human civilization was now dead - but not dead like him, oh no. See, Coburn likes blood. The rest of the walking dead, they like flesh. He's smart. Them, not... [click here for more]
"My name is John Doe. I've been dead for ten years."
I have no heartbeat, no breath, no smell, just cold, clammy flesh animated by something I don't understand. So I sell my dead flesh to the highest bidder. If the price is right, I'll kill for you, steal for you, or save your life for you. There's no mystery you can't hire me to solve... apart from this one.
The bent copper torn apart... [click here for more]