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The Wisdom Of Silenus A Chapbook Of A Short Story By Lewis Richmond, A New Voice In Weird Fiction This Will Please Fans Of Thomas Ligotti, Jon Padgett, Scott Nicolay And Christopher Slatsky This Is A Warm Up For An Upcoming Collection By RichmondLimited To Copies

About the Author: Lewis Richmond

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10 thoughts on “The Wisdom Of Silenus

  1. says:

    The Wisdom of Silenus is a story excerpted from an upcoming collection from new author Lewis Richmond The story is full of strange night time visitors, bizarre transformations, and somnambulist descents into darkness.Is the universe a stable construct What is real and what isn t Is reality nothingthan an absurd lie This is a point pondered in thi

  2. says:

    Something ominous hangs in the air as our protagonist is invited by Mr Blackwood, his former philosophy colleague who left the university under strange circumstances 3 years before, to visit He is introduced to a tome which shares it s title with the story Within are details of the existence of a mystic being A pessimistic philosophy is building momentum,

  3. says:

    A path of wisdom through darkness A darkness we always ask ourselves is it real, or was it ever Shadows that follow you to the end of your time Lewis Richmond s prose opens up doors in realms untouched until now And this is only a snippet story from the entire collection, as I shall get as well.Great piece.

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Lewis Richmond s The Wisdom of Silenus is one scary story Dr Blackwood, the central figure in this disturbing little gem, is a teacher who has lost his ability to walk and also lost his wife in a car accident He develops a philosophy of disillusionment, and without revealing what is really frig

  5. says:

    Man what a solid read, the sis incredibly well written and carries with it a dialogue reminiscent of William Sloane or Shirley Jackson Really looking forward checking out the full novel this is from.

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