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Dark Fantasy

Dark Fantasy is a genre that combines some aspects of Horror, also defined as a type of horror story in which humanity is threatened by forces beyond human understanding. This genre can be mixed with most other sub-genres, with the possible exception of comedy fantasy.

Books Reviewed

  • Blood Reaction by DL Atha
  • Dead by Dawn by Guido Henkel
  • From a Watery Grave by Guido Henkel
  • Infernal by Mark De Jager
  • John Dies at the end by David Wong
  • Logic of Demons by H A Goodman
  • Nekropolis by Tim Waggoner
  • Symphony of Blood by Adam Pepper
  • Terrorlord by Guido Henkel
  • The Blood Witch by Guido Henkel
  • The Missing Boatman by Keith Blackmore
  • The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart by Jesse Bullington
  • The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King
  • The Bastard Wonderland by Lee Harrison
  • Dreaming in the Dark by Jack Dann
  • The Grey Bastards by Jonathan French
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