Robin D. Laws
New Tales of the Yellow Sign
Robin D. Laws
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In the dying years of the 19th century, a book changed the world—or worlds. A slim, sinister text called "The King in Yellow" drove those who read it to madness. Despite suppression by anxious authorities, it spread through global culture, and history itself, like a virus. Now the contagion bears hideous fruit.
"Disturbing, dissonant and riddled with negative capability." —Simon Rogers, Pelgrane Press
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