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The Immaculate Void - by Brian Hodge (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 232

Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Chizine Publications

Author: Brian Hodge

Language: English

Street Date: May 22, 2018
TCIN: 53238370
UPC: 9781771484374
Item Number (DPCI): 248-58-1891

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Praise for Brian Hodge

"[The Immaculate Void], Hodge's gripping new novel . . . is a fine display of Hodge's skills as a writer, particularly his ability to combine the cosmic and the personal, the sublime and the intimate."
--Locus Magazine

"The Immaculate Void is a highly cinematic, fast-paced, gory, disturbing, yet in its heart of hearts, touchingly warm tale of horrors which may surpass humanity, but does not entirely diminish it, even in the face of apocalypse."
--Rue Morgue

"A writer of spectacularly unflinching gifts . . . leaves most contemporary horror writing in the dust."
--Peter Straub

"One of the finest authors in the horror field . . . a literary equivalent of filmmaker David Cronenberg."
--Fangoria

"Not only does Brian Hodge get the 'cosmic awe' concept nailed down, but his characters, and the way he describes the relationships between them, are expertly drawn to a degree that [H.P.] Lovecraft himself could never have achieved."
--The British Fantasy Society

"Emotional, thrilling, and dread-inducing . . . Brian Hodge is clearly a master craftsman of a writer."
--This Is Horror UK

"Each book of his stands out as so 'original, ' that I'd have a difficult time in saying which was my personal favorite. . . . It's his writing style, combined with his incredible imagination, which makes his books so consistently good."
--Horror After Dark

"Brian Hodge has long been a favorite of horror insiders, both for his audacious themes and his impressive facility with language. . . . You can hear the music in Hodge's prose, a kind of euphony that, at its best, is reminiscent of Brite, Koja, Gaiman, or even Roger Zelazny, while remaining totally unique."
--Gothic.net

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