BLACK METAL: and other horror stories

BLACK METAL: and other horror stories

Written by Argentinian author Nicolás Francis, the book tells how a group of British filmmakers travel to Norway to film a mockumentary about Black Metal and church burning. Thanks to a local contact, they arrive at some ancient ruins; a site where over a thousand years ago, Christians and pagans hid something far worse than Satan himself.

Sarah Norris senses something is wrong. No one on her team seems to notice, although it may be too late to prevent it…

“Black Metal and other horror stories”, is an anthology of eight short stories ranging from horror and science fiction, to suspense and supernatural mystery. In its pages you will find stories about creatures of chaos; ghosts in libraries; killer dolls; westerns and cosmic horror; Japanese demons and typewriters possessed by evil…

It has been very well received so far and its Spanish edition has sold out within short time from its release. The author has now made available the English version and below you can see some links where the publication is available

About author Nicolás Francis (Buenos Aires, 1988)

Journalist and graphic designer. His horror stories are heavily influenced by the readings of H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker, Stephen King and Ray Bradbury, as well as the films of John Carpenter, Wes Craven and Sergio Leone.

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