Spooked by urban legends? In The Ghost Train, a station master warns six stranded travelers of a local legend–anyone who spots the haunting train will die. But perhaps the characters discover more than ghostly machines on this stormy night. Perhaps, you and I discover more as the story progresses.
In high school, I lived on a literary diet of Stephen King’s novels. I couldn’t get enough. Carrie, ‘Salem’s Lot, Firestarter, The Stand, The Dead Zone and other works lay open at my reading table to sate my hunger, but I quickly craved more. So, I gobbled up copies of King’s other treats: Bachman novels
Since I’ve already had my say about why the Hard Science Fiction label is a misnomer (see my article titled Fantasy Fans’ Sci-Fi Ain’t Sci-Fi), I have decided to share some work by Isaac Asimov, a writer some consider to be a master of science fiction and fantasy.
Irony and dark humor may not be as appreciated here, in the States, as it is in the United Kingdom, but if you enjoy British entertainment, there’s lots to keep you engrossed.