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Volume 1

Gary Couzens / Ralph Robert Moore


Both The End of All Our Exploring and Where Did My Face Go are excellent stories by authors who I've read quite widely. 


The first, by Gary Couzens, places an ordinary girl in a situation which is shown to be extraordinary. It's a smoothly told tale with all the hallmarks of the slipstream stories that the writer excels at. Ralph Roberts Moore's tale is unsettling fare which moves at a fast pace. It's a great example of how this writer writes in a succinct and direct manner - nothing is held back. Despite the disparity of styles, the stories complement each other.


After each story is an interview with the writer. These are a fascinating insight into how they work.


I feel that Trevor Denyer has created something quite different with Roads Less Travelled - Volume 1 and I look forward to reading more of this series.

SUSAN YORK

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Volume 2

Rhys Hughes / Susan York


RHYS HUGHES:

"Dazzling prose. Put your feet up and dip in. Life will never seem quite the same again."

THE THIRD ALTERNATIVE


"Rhys Hughes is one of the most wildly inventive talents we are graced with today." 

ALL HALLOWS


SUSAN YORK:

If you like your cosmic horror underscored with scientific fact and have a penchant for obscure films and occult detective fiction, then Susan York’s The Cusp of Sleep does an admirable job blending HPL with the LHC, creating a plausible, multi-layered tale, which just might be coming to a cinema near you soon…" 

ANDREW HOOK


"An entertaining story, bristling with compelling ideas and vivid splashes of horror"  

SIMON CLARK



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