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The Fall By Simon Clark

The Fall
by Simon Clark

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The nightmare begins when a disparate group of tourists visits an ancient Roman amphitheatre ringed by prehistoric standing stones. The entire group moves backwards in time precisely two hours - and it doesn't stop there. Each time, one of their nimber is found butchered on the altar stone. Why is this happening? And where will it all end?
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The Fall by Simon Clark

The nightmare begins when a disparate group of tourists visits an ancient Roman amphitheatre ringed by prehistoric standing stones. The entire group moves backwards in time precisely two hours - and it doesn't stop there. Every few hours or days, they find themselves inexplicably returned to the amphitheatre, having to adjust to yet another backwards shift through time. Each time, one of their nimber is found butchered on the altar stone. Why is this happening? And where will it all end?

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The Fall Reviews


'Not since I discovered Clive Barker, have I enjoyed horror so much' -- Nightfall 'This is horror fiction as it should be written ... Absolutely bare-bollocked terrifying' -- SFX magazine on KING BLOOD 'A master of eerie thrills' -- Richard Laymon 'One of the best contemporary British horror writers ... Watch this man climb to Horror Heaven!' -- Deathrealm

About Simon Clark


Simon Clark was born in 1958. His short stories have appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including DARKLANDS 2, DARK VOICES 5 and THE YEAR'S BEST HORROR STORIES (four times). His work has also been broadcast on BBC Radio 4, and he has written prose material for the internationally famous rock band, U2.

Additional information

GOR001216475
The Fall by Simon Clark
Simon Clark
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
1999-03-18
502
0340696117
9780340696118
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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