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The Tower of Oblivion

by Oliver Onions

An idiosyncratic, highly original writer who is credited with developing the genre of psychological horror, Oliver Onions also tried his hand at science fiction, steering clear of the obvious "little green men"...


The Yosemite

by John Muir

Renowned naturalist John Muir is widely credited as being one of the important early figures in the conservation movement. In this series of essays, Muir introduces readers to the wonders of the majestic Yosemite...


Thought-Culture: Or Practical Mental Training

by William Walker Atkinson

Though he typically wrote under the guise of anonymity, using an array of pseudonyms and pen names, author and thinker William Walker Atkinson was an enormously influential figure in the "New Thought" movement....


Ghost Stories of an Antiquary

by M. R. James

Looking for some spooky stories to read on a camping trip, at a Halloween party, or at home with the family in front of a roaring fire? The works of medieval scholar M.R. James should fit the bill. James often...


A Prisoner in Fairyland

by Algernon Blackwood

Though recognized primarily as a writer of 'weird' horror fiction for adults, Algernon Blackwood also wrote a number of delightful tales for children and young adults. A Prisoner in Fairyland is an engaging...


Cobwebs From an Empty Skull

by Ambrose Bierce

Dive into this eclectic, entertaining collection of tales from Ambrose Bierce, one of the masters of the American short story. Cobwebs From an Empty Skull brings together fables, essays, observations, and other...


Three John Silence Stories

by Algernon Blackwood

Renowned as one of the originators and masters of the 'weird' horror genre, British writer Algernon Blackwood also played a role in developing a character archetype that has gone on to feature in countless television...


The Damned

by Algernon Blackwood

Known as one of the key figures in the 'weird' horror movement that arose in England and the United States in the early twentieth century, Algernon Blackwood was known for inserting surprising, often sophisticated...


The Willows

by Algernon Blackwood

Set on the snaking, sinuous Danube River, Algernon Blackwood's tale "The Willows" represents a high point in the development of the horror genre. Indeed, acknowledged master H.P. Lovecraft regarded it as the...


The Empty House: And Other Ghost Stories

by Algernon Blackwood

Curl up with a collection of mystery and horror tales from an author whom many critics regard as one of the masters of the genre. The Empty House and Other Ghost Stories showcases some of Algernon Blackwood's...


Famous Ghost Stories

by Dorothy Scarborough

This spine-tingling collection of horror, mystery and suspense tales brings together some of the best authors in the genre, including Edgar Allan Poe and Algernon Blackwood. If you're a fan of late-nineteenth...


2BR02B

by Kurt Vonnegut

Regarded by critics and fans alike as one of the most accomplished and witty social commentators of the twentieth century, all of Kurt Vonnegut's unique strengths as a writer shine in the short fiction piece...


The Wendigo

by Algernon Blackwood

Algernon Blackwood's "The Wendigo" tells the story of a camping trip in the Canadian wilderness that goes horribly wrong when the hunters become the hunted. Drawing on the mythical creature known as the Wendigo,...


Gentle Julia

by Booth Tarkington

Although the title character, Julia, is a sweet and pretty girl with dozens of admirers, it is her young cousin Florence who really steals the show with her tart observations and complicated schemes. Author...


The Flirt

by Booth Tarkington

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Booth Tarkington has an amazingly deft touch with characterization, and the tense relationship between town flirt Cora Madison and her quieter sister Laura is so compelling that...


Seventeen: A Tale of Youth and Summer Time and the Baxter Family, Especially William

by Booth Tarkington

Booth Tarkington's wildly successful novel Seventeen satirizes the vagaries of American adolescence. Though 17-year-old protagonist William Sylvanus Baxter is awkward, tactless, and often less than likable,...


The Human Aura: Astral Colors and Thought Forms

by William Walker Atkinson

Many believe that each human being is surrounded by a metaphysical emanation that surrounds the body, a luminous nebula of color and light that is known as an 'aura.' The Human Aura: Astral Colors and Thought...


Alice Adams

by Booth Tarkington

The winner of the 1922 Pulitzer Prize in literature and the subject of several well-received film adaptations, Alice Adams is regarded as one of Booth Tarkington's most accomplished novels. The tale follows...


Penrod

by Booth Tarkington

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Booth Tarkington, creator of the beloved novels The Magnificent Ambersons and Alice Adams, also created the lovable character of Penrod Schofield, who is at the center of several...


The Valley of Silent Men

by James Oliver Curwood

This adventure-packed romp is chock-full of the classic elements that made James Oliver Curwood one of the world's most popular writers in the early twentieth century. The protagonist, Sergeant Kent, is a Canadian...