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Garth Marenghi - Frightenerman, Darkscribe, Doomsage - is back with volume two of his TerrorTome . . .

Horror novelist Nick Steen is abducted and imprisoned at Nulltec, a shadowy technological research facility with excellent conference parking, concealed deep on the Stalkford Downs. There he is observed, tested and 'interfered with' (physically) by a team of scientific experts led by Dr Barbara Nullman, determined to probe and 'nullify' his escaping imagination . . .

Will Nick regain control of his faculties, and crucially his particulars, before everyone, including his erstwhile editor Roz, dies horribly? To find out, you will need to read the book and, more importantly, purchase it.

I can say this much on this blurb (and no more) - not before Nick Steen has faced the ultimate monster. (Don't read the last story first or you'll wreck the entire flow.)

From the word processor (that's correct) of the Archduke O'Darkness, Garth Marenghi - Chief Frightener, Quakerman and Lord High Petrifier - come three new dark tales.

Will ye, too, become the...
Incarcerat...

©2023 Garth Marenghi (P)2023 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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  • 02-02-2024

Somewhere between AAAHHH and oOoOo…

So horrible, so god damned appalling just didn’t know how much I could take! Definitely not for the literary sensitive.

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Another Garth classic.

Strong, suspenseful, sexy and seductive. And the book’s okay too. Stick this in your ear and hold on to you behind. Fear stalks you… Garth stalks you. Will you survive?

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So pitch perfect

After listening to both Terrortome and Incarcerat I am still astonished how they thread the needle so perfectly between ridiculous black meta comedy and a love letter to the horror genre.

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