Crawlspace

Crawlspace

John Gregory Hancock / Dec 06, 2019

Crawlspace An historic plantation house acts as the electrifying intersection in time for random strangers with psychic talents along with the entities who haunt it and the unsavory evil force that lurks within

  • Title: Crawlspace
  • Author: John Gregory Hancock
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 251
  • Format: ebook
  • An historic plantation house acts as the electrifying intersection in time for random strangers with psychic talents, along with the entities who haunt it and the unsavory evil force that lurks within.Among them an African slave shaman, an American WWII soldier crushed with guilt, a reality television ghost investigation crew dangerously unprepared, and a psychic crippledAn historic plantation house acts as the electrifying intersection in time for random strangers with psychic talents, along with the entities who haunt it and the unsavory evil force that lurks within.Among them an African slave shaman, an American WWII soldier crushed with guilt, a reality television ghost investigation crew dangerously unprepared, and a psychic crippled by claustrophobia who discovers he is a bare uninsulated wire attracting psychic energies like a lightning rod.

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      • John Gregory Hancock

        John Gregory Hancock is a storyteller.A graphic professional for many years which is one way to tell a story , his graphic journalism garnered international awards, and was nominated for a Pulitzer He incorporates his visual sense in his ability to spin compelling yarns.Currently, he has seven books of his own, and has written for The Future Chronicles anthology series, whose titles have hit the overall Top 10 Bestsellers list The Immortality Chronicles a Top 5 SF Anthology and Hot New Release featured his story The Antares Cigar Shoppe , which was also nominated for Best American Science Fiction.His work has appeared in other anthologies, including Prep For Doom, Bite Sized Offerings Tales Legends of the Zombie Apocalypse, Flying Toasters The DeadPixel Tales, and Off the Kuf.Hancock is not tied to any one genre, but is comfortable in the science fiction fantasy horror realm Even a dash of humor, at times The foreword to his A Plague of Dreams says it well These stories, these lies, these Dreamwood Tales, are dipped in the heady ink of my fevered dreams They travel unique and varied paths to arrive at your shuttered door I entreat you to undo the latch and let them in to lie upon your hearth They will not bite Except for the ones that do He lives with his wife and soul mate who puts up with him, beyond all logic and a fantastically brilliant son who thrashes him soundly in video games really, it s no contest They are hopelessly landlocked in Midwest America, far from ocean or desert Or glacier, come to that.Like many of his characters, life has shaped and unshaped him.His fingers itch to write and so far, luckily, people seem to enjoy the things he offers.


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    1. Hancock has succeeded in turning the haunted house sub-genre on its head with this bizarre satire of reality TV. Psychic Ethan Novotny and his girlfriend Patricia have decided it would be a good idea to appear on Extreme Occult Adventures, despite Ethan’s claustrophobia and the anxiety his powers cause him. He keeps his nerves under control with drugs.As the madness begins, the narrative flicks between time periods to give a dizzying sense of perspective on the history of the house. I will try [...]


    2. My favorite type of horror story is the kind that leaves you feeling slightly disturbed at the end of it. I've always found that the best horror is as much psychological as it is filled with gore. In this way, I think Crawlspace delivers.The story starts with Ethan, a legitimate psychic who has been hired by one of those crackpot TV shows that specialize in haunted houses and things that go bump in the night. At first, Ethan's only real motivation is to make a little cash, but he quickly realize [...]


    3. To be honest, when I started this book I only read the first section and set it down, thinking it was gonna be a group of short stories, Boy was I wrong! While there is a collection of individual stories, they are masterfully woven together which make up the horror and mystique that is the Dorchester house. An African shaman, a WWII soldier, along with a psychotic little girl with psychic powers and a taste for blood are but a few of the personalities forever bound to the evil that resides withi [...]


    4. Fantastic suspense and great characters made this a very good read. I liked how the story wove itself through time never really letting on who the main character was going to be until the end. There were a lot of horror and paranormal elements, but this story was mainly a look at humanity, as most good stories are. This story is worth a look, as it had me up late two nights in a row.


    5. An interesting sort of spin on a horror story with the feeling of a grouping of short stories coming together to tell a fuller tale.


    6. A fascinating look at the paranormal told through a series of interwoven stories. The stories span a series of cultures in time but does so in just enough of a way to keep you interested. At ~200 pages it's a pretty quick read, too, and it's well worth the time. Written with a really deft hand at the little observations and musings that add a lot of character and little bits of humor to offset the plot as it grows darker. Hints at more from the author, which is really exciting.


    7. Haunted house novels can be a lot of fun but are full of logistical traps for the writer. A good haunted house novel is essentially a psychological horror novel. The haunting is important but it is the people who are being haunted who make up the story no matter how creative your house and resident spirits are. Both Shirley Jackson and Richard Matheson were very aware of that. So is John Gregory Hancock. His novel, Crawlspace may not be the equivalence of such masterpieces as The Haunting of Hil [...]


    8. This book blew my freaking mind. It was fast paced and the writing was flawless. It was hard to put down. I mean really hard because of how everything flowed it was just intense from the beginning to the end. I loved how it was broken up in to parts and with each part brought more to the story and new characters. It was similar to peeling back a onion each part was more intense than the last. After reading some of the author's other books I liked how some old characters were mentioned and possib [...]


    9. Wow. This book blew me away. There were many characters ,and it was hard to figure how they were all going to intersect. It was a puzzle and the pieces were only given to the reader piece by piece. This helped build suspense and keep the reader guessing.My favorite character was Ethan. He is a sensitive and doesn't like to be called a psychic. He is flawed, but he is the person the reader will most relate to partially because of those flaws. The book also spends a lot of time with Ubinti. After [...]


    10. Scary and InventiveThis book is a great escape into the terrifying mind if John Hancock. His book allows you to see deep into a character's psyche. I think out of this book my favourite and scariest character is Cara. Read the book and you will be done in no time. It is quite the page turner!


    11. This book is set up like a chess game. Each section is like one move, which by itself may not make sense, but by the end, there's a checkmate out of nowhere, but you can tell it was carefully crafted. Such a creepily bizarre story that's going to make it difficult for me to sleep tonight! Well done, John.


    12. A spooky collection of short stories sure to grab your attention and keep it.Mr. Hancock did an outstanding job writing this fabulous collection of spooky stories. The wonderful storyteller did it again and Crawlspace is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat, hold on for a wild ride.



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