Jan 29, 2019

Supernatural 14

Hello, oops forgot to post on time

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James John Herbert, OBE (8 April 1943 – 20 March 2013) James Herbert was Britain's number one bestselling writer (a position he held ever since publication of his first novel) and one of the world's top writers of thriller/horror fiction. He was one of our greatest popular novelists, whose books are sold in thirty-three other languages, including Russian and Chinese. Widely imitated and hugely influential, his 19 novels have sold more than 54 million copies worldwide.

As an author he produced some of the most powerful horror fiction of the past decade. With a skillful blend of horror and thriller fiction, he explored the shaded territories of evil, evoking a sense of brooding menace and rising tension. He relentlessly draws the reader through the story's ultimate revelation - one that will stay to chill the mind long after the book has been laid aside. His bestsellers, THE MAGIC COTTAGE, HAUNTED, SEPULCHRE, and CREED, enhanced his reputation as a writer of depth and originality. His novels THE FOG, THE DARK, and THE SURVIVOR have been hailed as classics of the genre. A full-time writer, he also designed his own book covers and publicity. His books have sold 54 million copies worldwide, and have been translated into 34 languages, including Chinese and Russian. On 20 March 2013, Herbert died suddenly at his home in Sussex a few weeks before his 70th birthday. No cause of death was given but a spokeswoman for the publisher said he had not been ill. He is survived by his wife, Eileen, and three daughters.

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From the back cover: "We thought we'd found our haven, a cottage deep in the heart of the forest. Quaint, charming, maybe a little run-down but so peaceful. The woodland animals and birds couldn't have been more neighbourly. That was the first part of the Magic. Midge's painting and my music soared to new heights of creativity. That was another part of the Magic. Our sensing, our feelings, our love for each other - well, that became the supreme Magic. But the cottage had an alternative side. The Bad Magic. What happened to us there was horrendous beyond belief. The miracles, the healings, the crazy sect who wanted our home for themselves, the hideous creatures that crawled from the nether regions and the bats - oh God, the bats! Even now, those terrible things seem impossible to me. Yet they happened..."


Mike, Kim Wall
Midge, Katherine Schlesinger
Mycroft, Kerry Shale
Hub, John Sharian
Val, Jenny Lee
Bob, Gerard McDermott
Jilly, Sarah Rice
Reverend Sixsmith, Christopher Wright
Bickleshift, Alastair Danson
Ogbourne, John Rowe

Dramatised By Gregory Evans
Music Mitch Dalton
Director David Blount

James Herbert - The Magic Cottage ( 83min mp3     57mb).

Flora Chaldean's 'roundhouse' is the idyllic home that Mike and Midge have longed for. The  cottage was found in the heart of the forest. It was charming, maybe a little run-down, yet so peaceful--a magical haven for creativity and love. But the cottage had an alternative side--the bad magic. What happened there was horrendous beyond belief. And who is the figure lurking in the woods, and how did Flora die?

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Robert Westall - The Stones of Muncaster Cathedral ( 87min mp3  60mb)
Robert Westall - The Wheatstone Pond ( 60min mp3  39mb)
Victor Pemberton - Dark. ( 86min mp3  60mb)
Scott Cherry - The Book of Shadows ( 78min mp3  60mb)
Koji Suzuki - The Ring ( 78min mp3  60mb)
Wilkie Collins - The Haunted Hotel ( 60min mp3  38mb)
JCW Brook - Jonas ( 60min mp3  60mb)
Stephen Sheridan - The House at Worlds End   ( 44min mp3  30mb)
Nigel Kneale - The Stone Tape ( 56;30 min mp3  38mb)
Gregory Evans - The Hex ( 51;12 min mp3  35mb)
Mary Shelley - Frankenstein pt 1. ( 52min mp3  67mb)
Mary Shelley - Frankenstein pt 2. ( 60min mp3  79mb)
Daphne Du Maurier - Dont Look Now. ( 57min mp3  38mb)
Bram Stoker - The Lair of the White Worm. ( 57min mp3  39mb)
Anita Sullivan - Rock of Eye. ( 44min mp3  30mb).

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