The End of the Line – edited by Jonathan Oliver released 16th November 2010
A terrifying journey deep into the heart of horror!
In the night-black tunnels something stirs, borne on a warm breath of wind, reeking of diesel and blood. The spaces between stations hold secrets too terrible for the surface world to comprehend, and the steel lines sing with the songs of the dead.
The End of The Line collects some of the very best in new horror writing in a themed anthology of stories set on, and around, the Underground, the Metro and other places deep below. This collection of nineteen new stories includes thoughtful, disturbing and terrifying tales by Ramsey Campbell, Christopher Fowler, Mark Morris, Pat Cadigan, Adam Nevill and Michael Marshall Smith amongst many others.
The collection has already received strong critical approval, with Lisa Tuttle, for The Times, making early mention of the book?s likely place in ?anthology of the year? lists for 2010.
Jonathan Oliver is the editor-in-chief of Solaris and Abaddon books and the author of Twilight of Kerberos: The Call of Kerberos. The End of the Line is his first anthology of horror as editor.