Soft and Others
by F. Paul Wilson

Short stories. Wilson gets back at types of people he hates by making them victims in horror stories. Among his victims in this book are disk jockeys who exploit recording artists and movies directors who distort the works of novelists.

Each story has a brief introduction that explains what caused him to write it. Apparently a movies was made from his book The Keep, and the director botched it. The stories are good, but not as gripping as his novels.

Year Read: 2001


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