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The Complete Alien Collection: The Shadow Archive (Out of the Shadows, Sea of Sorrows, River of Pain) by Tim Lebbon, James A. Moore and Christopher Golden
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The Complete Alien Collection: The Shadow Archive (Out of the Shadows, Sea of Sorrows, River of Pain) by Tim Lebbon, James A. Moore and Christopher Golden
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Dec 06, 2022 | ISBN 9781803361161

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Praise

Praise for Tim Lebbon:

“Lebbon’s care for words and attention to detail proves to be profoundly rewarding… This is one of the finest—if not the finest—film tie-ins I’ve read in years.” — HorrorNovelReviews.com

“The action starts early, it has really fantastic characters and the writing is superb.” — Tracing the Stars

“This first entry in a series of books exploring and expanding the world of Alien is quite fascinating… I personally can’t wait for the next installment and see where it goes from here.” — GNN 

“Lebbon is an amazing story teller… Alien: Out of the Shadows is a damn fine book and if you can sit back and enjoy this new Alien tale for what it is, you won’t be disappointed.” — Ravenous Monster

“Out of the Shadows is a superbly paced blend of all the good elements of the first two films. Fans will have a blast meeting Ripley again, not to mention immersing themselves once again in the bleak, claustrophobic atmosphere of this unique mythos.” — The Hellforge


Praise for James A. Moore:

“His work stands toe-to-toe with the best of King, Koontz, and McCammon.” — Cemetery Dance Weekly

“Moore brings his considerable storytelling talent to bear in this chillingly gory tale.” — Library Journal (review of Blood Red)

“Moore may be one of the best kept secrets in horror fiction, but the secret is finally getting out.” —Chronicle

“Will become a classic like Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot. Moore is one of the grandmasters of the horror genre.” — Midwest Book Review (for Blood Red)


Praise for Christopher Golden:

Wildwood Road is a brilliant novel of supernatural suspense that reminded me of the early classics by Ira Levin—think Rosemary’s Baby and you won’t be disappointed. This one’s a keeper.” — Stephen King

“A good horror novel needs to be a good novel first, with a strong plot, interesting characters, and vivid and evocative writing. Golden delivers all of that in spades in Wildwood Road, the best ghost story I have read since… well, since the last time Stephen King wrote one.” — George R. R. Martin

“A new book by Chris Golden means only one thing: the reader is in for a treat. His books are rich with texture and character, always inventive, and totally addictive.” — Charles de Lint, author of Widdershins and The Onion Girl

“Golden is one of the most hard-working, smartest, and talented writers of his generation… Everything he writes glows with imagination.” — Peter Straub, author of Ghost Story and The Talisman (with Stephen King)

“A master of horror… Christopher Golden proves himself to be a master of his craft… Lyric, fluid, and mesmerizing…” — SciFi.com

“Christopher Golden collides the ordinary and the supernatural with wonderfully unsettling results…” — Max Allan Collins, author, The Road to Perdition

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