Anthony Shriek

Anthony Shriek Buried in the world of his own imagination painter Anthony Shriek finds his dormant emotions awakened by the arrival of a bizarre and alluring woman whose presence turns his paintings into gateways t

  • Title: Anthony Shriek
  • Author: Jessica Amanda Salmonson
  • ISBN: 9780440213208
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Buried in the world of his own imagination, painter Anthony Shriek finds his dormant emotions awakened by the arrival of a bizarre and alluring woman whose presence turns his paintings into gateways to another world.

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    1. Jessica Amanda Salmonson Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Anthony Shriek book, this is one of the most wanted Jessica Amanda Salmonson author readers around the world.

    2. ”’Some people like to suffer in small ways. Too much pleasure makes them ill.’‘Is it only about pleasure?’ he asked. ‘Are you only a hedonist?’‘By no means. I am an aesthete.’‘A morbid aesthetic,‘ Anthony amended.‘A charnel romantic,’ Emily added.‘No, that’s me. You’re a morbid aesthete and I’m a charnel romantic.’‘It sounds good to me.’‘But you hate labels.’‘Unique labels are better. It is categories that repulse.’”Anthony Shriek is going to art [...]

    3. This hardcover is copy 40 of 200 signed and numbered copies, signed by:Jessica Amanda SalmonsonEileen GunnDavid Ho.

    4. Anthony Shriek, a college student and artist, has overcome his horrendous childhood mainly by putting it out of his mind. One day as he is quietly studying in the library a seductive woman named Emily picks him up and his life is forever changed. She claims he is a demon, as is she, which is why she is attracted to him. Her arrival reawakens his suppressed memories and opens up a dream-like world called Nightland where Anthony is forced to deal with strange, twisted versions of his past. As his [...]

    5. This is one of my favorite books. No question about that.The main characters, Emily and Anthony (Ebony and Ivory), are two aspects of the same force. They alone see through the illusion, even into that reservoir of dread, where all that we have ever hoped or dreamed merges with all we'd denied and feared. This book exposes how each becomes the other and how only we can decide for ourselves which reality manifests. That alignment can mean the difference between survival and insanity.It is a lovel [...]

    6. This is one of my favs from the Dell Abyss line. It has everything: brooding artists; descriptions of Autumn (if I remember correctly; been a bit since I've read it); and, first and foremost for this particular story, the horror is of a very existential nature. If I were to name two Abyss titles staples (even if they aren't my favorites), I'd put this one and Koja's The Cipher at the top.

    7. I read it over 20 years ago. I didn't think at the time that it was anything special, but here it is 20+ years since and I still think about it every now and again.

    8. I actually finished this last year but decided to re-read it over the holiday break. And this is a book that will stand repeated reading. Salmonson's vision of the tormented Anthony and his cynical lover Emily is beautifully imagined onto the page and has stayed with long after that first reading.

    9. Stephen King endorsed the entire Dell Abyss Horror line. Here is his blurb: "Thank you for introducing me to the remarkable line of novels currently being issued under Dell's Abyss imprint. I have given a great many blurbs over the last twelve years or so, but this one marks two firsts: first unsolicited blurb (I called you) and the first time I have blurbed a whole line of books. In terms of quality, production, and plain old story-telling reliability (that's the bottom line, isn't it), Dell's [...]

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