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  • Author:
    Gary McMahon
  • ISBN:
    0953859894
  • ISBN13:
    978-0953859894
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  • Publisher:
    Pendragon Press; paperback / softback edition (2006)
  • Pages:
    140 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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With 'Rough Cut', Gary McMahon proves that he can not only handle the short story format, the stand alone novel, and the multi part story arc (Concrete Grove trilogy), but also the novella format as well

With 'Rough Cut', Gary McMahon proves that he can not only handle the short story format, the stand alone novel, and the multi part story arc (Concrete Grove trilogy), but also the novella format as well. The story focuses on a man named Jude whose mother was an actress in some horror movies when she was younger. Jude is sent on a task to locate it. Needless to say that he finds much more than what he set out to. A very good horror novella by Gary McMahon, an author whom the more I read, the more I appreciate his work. Recommended for those who like a good horror novella that isn't shy about taking some twists.

Gary McMahon lives, works and writes in West Yorkshire but posseses a New York state of mind. Books by Gary McMahon. Mor. rivia About Rough Cut.

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Keep repeating, it’s only a story, it’s only a story, it’s only a stor. elcome to Number One Oval Lane, the last house at the top of the hill. HE SOUGHT TO FLEE HIS TRAGIC PAST, but when Thomas Usher hears a clockwork voice on the phone, and sees ever-more disturbing visions in a derelict warehouse, Usher realizes that he has to return home - for the sake of his own sanity. Meanwhile, a deadly figure from Usher's past threatens to undermine the very fabric of reality. e-book ISBN: 9780857661289.

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September 2006 : UK Paperback.

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Jude, the son of Vanna St Clair - the voluptuous star of a series of controversial British horror films in the 1970s, who died forgotten - is offered the opportunity to write her biography, a warts-and-all expose of the seamy side of the British film industry. But this proves no ordinary book, and Vanna is no ordinary subject. When Jude discovers the existence of "Charred Image", a fabled lost film - the last project Vanna worked on with director Derek Reef, her lover - his life is changed forever. Jude is led on a dark journey that leads to the Daleside, a brooding derelict mental asylum, the location where the footage was shot. Only there can he finally lay his ghosts to rest. As phantoms tumble off the silver screen, Jude realises that life, unlike most movies, doesn't always have a neat and happy ending. Sometimes the roughest cut is the deepest. Cover illustration and design by Vincent Chong. "A compelling search for a lost film and then rises to heights of visionary horror. Richly atmospheric, it builds on classic terrors to reveal new ones. Its sense of a haunted landscape is worthy of the greats." - Ramsey Campbell "An unguided tour through the secret history of the British horror film, in which its stock elements - inverted crucifixes, exposed breasts, fake blood - are revealed as a mask for something far more disturbing. McMahon prowls the backstreets of trash cinema and weird fiction with his own private agenda. His writing is fierce, intelligent and mood-swingy. Like a signet ring, this story will leave its mark on you." - Joel Lane "[A]n intelligent, well-crafted novel that was obviously written from the heart... told just as it has to be told, knife-blade straight and underlain with passion." - Terry Grimwood, Whispers of Wickedness "[E]ssentially a well crafted and very readable piece... [it] marks McMahon out as a writer of no little class and promise - definitely a name to watch for." - John Berlyne, SFRevu

Jazu
Very dark and well written novella by McMahon. One man's search for answers about who he is and where he came from leads him to some dark and surprising answers. Anyone who loves horror and tales of the demonic will enjoy this.
Ximathewi
This was an intriguing horror novella. It was decently written and it did sustain tension throughout. It took a little while to get going but by the end it was really enjoyable.

The narrator was slightly irritating but I think that he was supposed to be a not altogether sympathetic character.

The story itself was less predictable and obvious than I had feared it might be from the synopsis.
Steelcaster
With 'Rough Cut', Gary McMahon proves that he can not only handle the short story format, the stand alone novel, and the multi part story arc (Concrete Grove trilogy), but also the novella format as well.

The story focuses on a man named Jude whose mother was an actress in some horror movies when she was younger. One movie in particular "Charred Image" was never released and its status as a lost classic has grown over the years.
Jude is sent on a task to locate it. Needless to say that he finds much more than what he set out to.

A very good horror novella by Gary McMahon, an author whom the more I read, the more I appreciate his work.

Recommended for those who like a good horror novella that isn't shy about taking some twists.