Hellhole: An Anthology Of Subterranean Terror by Lee Murray, part 1
All The Devil's Are Here
An evil book, spiders and a link to a classic sci-fi novel. This was a very good if macho tale of perverse and malicious evil that has chilling malice.
“Bad guys making poor life choices,”
“He scares the people who scare me.”
“Strikingly ill-considered decisions.”
“The Unlearnable Truths.”
“Forty-four hundred years.”
“These creatures coveted our blue world and had, in literal point of fact, drawn their plans against us.”
“Developed high math skills with no recognizable backtrail of development.”
“Nothing survives that.”
The Devil's Throat
This is really badly laid out. Morons studying sea cucumbers cause issues. This was badly written and incoherent. This was terrible, lacked imaginative capabilities and was an ardous read.
A Plague Of Locusts
A bioweapon project goes awry. This was okay.
“Pumped hundreds of thousands of gallons of toxic chemicals into permeable precambrian metamorphic rock.”
Pit Of Ghosts
Ghosts in a mine. This was badly written and full of serious deficiencies and the ending is ridic.
“Cannibalism? In Wales?”
“Pleading for mercy.”
Where The Sun Does Not Shine
Something has gone very wrong in a moonbase. There is no talent in this. This was not anything approaching fun.
“Footprints form the first men to set foot this tiny globe were still out there, unchanged.”
By S.D. Perry. A Lovecraftian like discovery is made. Lovecraftian things happen. This was good.
“Since when does the military give a crap about ancient ruins?”
“What kind of lunatics had carried ladders a mile into a black tunnel to decorate a room? Did they even have ladders back then?”