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[Read] ➭ Bury Him Darkly By John  Blackburn – Horsebackridingwisconsin.us
  • Hardcover
  • 191 pages
  • Bury Him Darkly
  • John Blackburn
  • English
  • 03 April 2019
  • 9780224615907

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About the Author: John Blackburn

John Blackburn was born in 1923 in the village of Corbridge, England, the second son of a clergyman Blackburn attended Haileybury College near London beginning in 1937, but his education was interrupted by the onset of World War II the shadow of the war, and that of Nazi Germany, would later play a role in many of his works He served as a radio officer during the war in the Mercantile Marine fr

10 thoughts on “Bury Him Darkly

  1. says:

    Blackburn has been neglected by posterity In the days before King and Herbert he kept my horror juices flowing with his pulpy tales of British horror This one is no exception, being a completely bonkers plot with grail que...

  2. says:

    My second John Blackburn novel finished, and just as impressive as the first Nothing But the Night At first I got worried that I was in for a disappointment because the first 40 or so pages were a bit didactic and stodgy, like a Victorian police procedural The beginning of Nothing But the Night were similarly exposition laden and lacking in elegance, which is so curious to me because Blackburn is an absolutely astonishing writer when he wants to be My jaw dropped a few times during this bookI couldn t believe the directions he was taking the story in, how he was reinventing and fusing genre conventions, how he was twisting medieval legends, contemporary horrors and fears as old as time He is also very exacting with historical detail, false and trueby the middle of the book I was virtually convinced that Martin Railstone was a real person who had existed, a cruel visionary deserving of fascination and terror than De Sade Blackburn is So good at making you feel things like that Something else I noticed is I m sure he was influenced by Nigel Kneale s Quaterm...

  3. says:

    This hardcover is copy 40 of 200 signed by Nathan Ballingrud and Gahan Wilson and Family approved facsimile by John F Blackburn.Contains the bonus short story, The Field of Blood.

  4. says:

    First written in 1969, Bury Him Darkly is at first an oh no Don t open the vault where the crazy man swears he s coming back to life story, but if you keep reading it, it turns into of a piece of science fiction Actually, I was quite happy that it turned out that way, because it made the story a lot interesting.Set in England in the 1960s, the story revolves around the proposed opening of the vault of the Railstones There is a group devoted to the study of Sir Martin Railstone, who was either very evil or was a genius That group wants the vault open, because there is reportedly a chest filled with the man s works which some feel would be important to the world of the arts, literature science But on the other hand, those who believe that Railstone was evil the church, others , do NOT want this vault opened under any circumstances So from there t...

  5. says:

    Only the second Blackburn novel I ve read, but another successful combination of mystery, SF, and horror The tale concerns the sealed tomb of man who was either an under appreciated genius or a straight up evil alchemist, depending on who you ask, and follows the attempts...

  6. says:

    There is a certain unhinged joy that comes from reading a Blackburn novel Maybe not your first time out, when the rampant explosion of Blackburn s narrative toolkit a heady mix of adventure tropes, wink wink British humor, behind the scenes folklore that whips together myths and tales with wild abandon and comes up with some sort of ur myth reality based on a scientific explanation , Christian imagery mythology, government reactionism, British Euro History, science fiction often with a bonkers premise though one you can very nearly believe to be reasonable but is undeniably bonkers , horror, romance, political drama, nazi jabs, social conservatism, social liberalism, and broad stroke characterization the pretty lady historian, the large soldier turned priest, the plucky journalist, the freakin ex nazi scientist that just might contain bits of art critique or literary critique or cricket matches or dam construction or naval history hits you full in the face for the first time and you wonder who could have put all of this into a relatively short book Who would do this, let this beast loose upon the world Maybe not your second, when you real...

  7. says:

    Nothing much happens in this book, but that s ok I m really getting a kick out of these Blackburn novels I previously read A Scent of New Mown Hay and this one is pretty similar A lot of science, government intrigue, and passionate people who pound their fists on desks for emphasis Not a lot of horror I could see this novel working splendidly as an old radio play The dialogue and wrangling of personalities really drive the story The plot centers on the battle over reopening a tomb of a man buried 200 years before Some feel the man was an artistic genius and ...

  8. says:

    I ve always wanted to read Blackburn so I took the plunge and started with this one Great story and definitely had a good balance of varying aspects of horror The writing style took a little concentration to really follow along with at ...

  9. says:

    I liked it but found the language kind of hard to get through at times As mentioned by other reviewers, the buildup was better, the actual horror fairly short and not as well described Took me awhile to get through, but I did finish.

  10. says:

    The build up to the horror was fun than the horror itself Pairs well with

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