Graveyard People: The Collected Cedar Hill Stories, Volume 1

Graveyard People The Collected Cedar Hill Stories Volume Welcome to Cedar Hill Ohio a deceptively commonplace bordertown between the familiar everyday and the phantasms fancies hauntings and enchantments that wait in dimly lit places for a chance to pa

  • Title: Graveyard People: The Collected Cedar Hill Stories, Volume 1
  • Author: Gary A. Braunbeck Deena Warner
  • ISBN: 9780972151825
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Welcome to Cedar Hill, Ohio, a deceptively commonplace bordertown between the familiar everyday and the phantasms, fancies, hauntings, and enchantments that wait in dimly lit places for a chance to pass through the scrim of perception make this place their home, as well Those who live here don t really have any choice and neither will you Cedar Hill Main Street Welcome to Cedar Hill, Ohio, a deceptively commonplace bordertown between the familiar everyday and the phantasms, fancies, hauntings, and enchantments that wait in dimly lit places for a chance to pass through the scrim of perception make this place their home, as well Those who live here don t really have any choice and neither will you Cedar Hill Main Street tinged with the macabre, located just this side of night.

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    About "Gary A. Braunbeck Deena Warner"

    1. Gary A. Braunbeck Deena Warner

      Gary A Braunbeck is a prolific author who writes mysteries, thrillers, science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mainstream literature He is the author of 19 books his fiction has been translated into Japanese, French, Italian, Russian and German Nearly 200 of his short stories have appeared in various publications.His fiction has received several awards, including the Bram Stoker Award in 2003 for Duty and in 2005 for We Now Pause for Station Identification his book Destinations Unknown won a Stoker in 2006 His novella Kiss of the Mudman received the International Horror Guild Award in 2005.

    529 thoughts on “Graveyard People: The Collected Cedar Hill Stories, Volume 1”

    1. So you're reading a short story collection and every second or third story is about a puppy getting tortured. The stories don't repeat themselves and show great creativity in getting those puppies tortured. Poor puppies! Only by the time you're at the end of the collection, you twitch every time you finish each new story, because you're still waiting for a puppy to get tortured.This book is worse; it's babies. But that's okay; each story carefully explains why it has to be babies, or elder abuse [...]


    2. This book has been my Moby Dick. A lovely limited edition collecting some of Gary A. Braunbeck's Cedar Hill stories, I bought it in 2007 and finished reading it in 2009, dipping in and out over the whole three years. The stories within are amazing - beautifully written, often bleak, mournful, emphatic, and disturbing, and strike a real chord with me nine times out of ten. There lies the problem. When I come across a Braunbeck story in an anthology, it's a heartfelt highlight. Piled one after the [...]


    3. The first volume of Braunbeck's collected stories set in Cedar Hill, Ohio, a fictional version of Newark with a touch of Buckeye Lake, Hebron, Heath and Columbus mixed in. The book has about thirty short stories, along with several framing pieces that link the stories more tightly. For the most part they're all wonderful stories, really excellent work. "Tesselations" and "Kite People" were my favorites. My only complaint was that the binding broke and the book fell apart after I'd read two-third [...]


    4. This is a super long book of collected short stories. It's only about 400 pages, but the print is ver small, and it was more like reading a 600+ page collection. It took me awhile to get through these stories, but I was glad I did. As expected there are some real good stories here, and some not so good ones. Gary really writes a ton of short stories, and my advice would be to slow it down, or just release the ones that are good. Because this could have been an excellent collection of short stori [...]


    5. I got nothing, people. After a total of 5, yes 5, write-ups, I am still unsure of what I want to say. Have you ever read a book and put it down and wondered what the hell you just read? Now, that isn’t to say it was bad or good, just that it was… forgettable. Well, welcome to my world, have a seat and pass the popcorn. 30 stories in all, divided into 5 sections – Graveyard people, To Rest at Last, hangman’s Blues, Coffin County, and Matters of Family –complete with a visitor’s guide, [...]



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