MONSTERS MONSTERS MONSTERS by Helen Hoke

MONSTERS MONSTERS MONSTERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A gathering of powerfully unsettling, unsubtle monsters led by the showy hysterics of Joseph Payne Brennan's ""Slime"" and Saki's well-known werewolf ""Gabriel-Ernest."" Mostly, these are the sort of hallucinations that heavyweights like Bradbury, Poe, Conan Doyle and Wells conjure up on an off day. . . all horrifying enough though there's a dreadful sameness of visage.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1975
Page count: 188pp
Publisher: Franklin Watts