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Listener and Other Stories

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Algernon Blackwood's "Listener and Other Stories" is a collection of eerie and atmospheric tales that will leave readers feeling unsettled and intrigued. Each story transports the reader to a world where the supernatural and the mundane collide, creating a sense of mystery and unease.

Blackwood's writing is mesmerizing, drawing readers in with his vivid descriptions and compelling characters. From haunted houses to ghostly encounters, each story is filled with suspense and a sense of foreboding that keeps the reader on edge. The author's exploration of the unknown and the inexplicable adds an element of tension that is both thrilling and thought-provoking.

Overall, "Listener and Other Stories" is a captivating read that is sure to appeal to fans of supernatural fiction and classic horror. Blackwood's ability to create a sense of unease and intrigue is unparalleled, making this collection a must-read for anyone looking for a spine-tingling literary experience.

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Algernon Blackwood, noted maestro of weird fiction, in his second collection of stories gives us some of his best and most well-known tales of the strange and macabre. From the unsettling haunted house story "The Listener" to the chilling true crime story "Max Hensig: Bacteriologist and Murderer", from the otherworldly tale of reincarnation "The Insanity of Jones" to one of the single most influential and eerie stories in all weird literature "The Willows", this collection shows Blackwood's masterful grasp of tension and atmosphere, further cementing his place among the greats of horror fiction. - Summary by Ben Tucker

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