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by Marvin & Godwin Parke Kaye

eBook A Cold Blue Light download ISBN: 0441115063
Author: Marvin & Godwin Parke Kaye
Publisher: New York: Charter Book # 11506 1st Edition; First Edition edition (1983)
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A Cold Blue Light, 1983 (with Marvin Kaye) (Berkley Books, 1983). Godwin also published another book featuring Arthurian material, The Lovers: The Legend of Trystan and Yseult, published in 1999 under the pseudonym Kate Hawks.

A Cold Blue Light, 1983 (with Marvin Kaye) (Berkley Books, 1983). The Fire When It Comes, 1984 (collection of short stories) (Hugo nominee). A Truce with Time, 1988. Waiting for the Galactic Bus, 1988.

A Cold Blue Light book. Co-author Parke Godwin's Darker Places was a decent little occult thriller, however, made better by it's ridiculous cover. A novel of beckoning horror. It looks like many others disagree with me on this one. Maybe had I been in the mood for a cozy read as opposed to a frightening one I'd have had better luck here.

Kaye adapted his own book for the play. The novel A Cold Blue Light, 1983 (with Parke Godwin; Berkley Books, 1983) is sometimes listed as a third volume of the trilogy, but it is unrelated

Kaye adapted his own book for the play. The novel A Cold Blue Light, 1983 (with Parke Godwin; Berkley Books, 1983) is sometimes listed as a third volume of the trilogy, but it is unrelated. The third volume, Singer Among the Nightingales was not published before the death of Parke Godwin. The Incredible Umbrella (Doubleday, 1979).

A Cold Blue Light, 1983 (with Parke Godwin) (Berkley Books, 1983). In 1975, Kaye co-founded The Open Book, a reader's theatre in New York City. The Open Book performed the 13th annual production of The Last Christmas Of Ebenezer Scrooge on December 12, 2010

A Cold Blue Light, 1983 (with Parke Godwin) (Berkley Books, 1983). The Open Book performed the 13th annual production of The Last Christmas Of Ebenezer Scrooge on December 12, 2010 Marvin Kaye's Nth Dimension. Marvin Kaye's Nth Dimension" is a column that Kaye writes for Space and Time, a science fiction magazine.

A Cold Blue Light (with Parke Godwin). The Incredible Umbrella. Other anthologies by marvin kaye. Masterpieces of Terror and the Supernatural. The Masters of Solitude (with Parke Godwin). Wintermind (with Parke Godwin). The Amorous Umbrella. My Son, the Druggist. The Penguin Book of Witches and Warlocks. Lovers and Other Monsters.

Parke Godwin, Marvin Kaye. He also wrote three books in collaboration with Marvin Kaye entitled The Masters of Solitude, Wintermind, and A Cold Blue Light. Результаты поиска по книге. He wrote Watch By Moonlight and The Lovers: the Legend of Trystan and Yseult under the pseudonym Jane Hawks. His work has appeared in several anthologies and his short story Influencing the Hell out of Time and Teresa Golowitz was the basis of a television episode of The Twilight Zone.

A Cold Blue Light Mass Market Paperback – 1983. by Marvin & Godwin, Parke Kaye (Author) As a fan of Masters of Solitude, I looked foreward to reading A Cold Blue Light. Little did I realize that the two books would have nothing in common but the authors

A Cold Blue Light Mass Market Paperback – 1983. by Marvin & Godwin, Parke Kaye (Author). Book 1 of 2 in the A Cold Blue Light Series. As a fan of Masters of Solitude, I looked foreward to reading A Cold Blue Light. Little did I realize that the two books would have nothing in common but the authors. But, I decided to give the book a chance. I am glad I did. This is a superb book, the way science fiction should be written.

Marvin Kaye (Author), Parke Godwin (Author). Little did I realize that the two books would have nothing in common but the authors

Marvin Kaye (Author), Parke Godwin (Author).

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Comments: (2)
Kamick
If you only judge a story by its plot, you will probably pan this book for being remarkably similar to Shirley Jackson's 1959 classic "The Haunting of Hill House". Having re-read both fairly recently, this novel by Marvin Kaye and Parke Godwin, the ace writing team that brought you "Masters of Solitude", wins hands down as a horror story. Basic scenario: neurotic young heiress with a troubled past has inherited a spooky, isolated mansion. Previous psychic investigation has revealed no conventional ghosts - just a "constant": a patch of cold, blue light on the floor of the upstairs landing.To investigate further what she might be moving into, she assembles a small team of professional and amateur psychic investigators to stay in the house for the weekend. All are quirky individuals, drawn in great detail. All have their own ways of doing things. Most are skeptical of the methodology of at least one of the others. The human-human interactions are as fascinating as the human-supernatural. Very soon after arrival, strange things start happening. There is much more to the house than the blue light. As events and stresses develop, not just the uneasy alliances between the investigators but their very personalities start to undergo changes.Each undergoes unique experiences which are tailor-made to their own psychological weak spots. As readers, we get a rivetting overview of the true nature of the situation, and can only read on, spellbound and horrified, as the investigators miss opportunities to compare notes and pool experience, and the casualties mount.... Although the horrors are more explicit than in "The Haunting..", they are not schlocky ghost train horrors but remain predominantly psychological/atmospheric. One of the best ghost stories ever written.
DABY
As a fan of Masters of Solitude, I looked foreward to reading A Cold Blue Light. Little did I realize that the two books would have nothing in common but the authors. But, I decided to give the book a chance.
I am glad I did. This is a superb book, the way science fiction should be written.
The book takes a basic premise, the haunted house, and examines it with a blend of philosophy and psychology, incorporating themes from some of the more significant writers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. However, the writers trick us by hiding all of this in a story about people. A lot of the time in Sci Fi the characters are only there to move the story along; the characterizations feel flat. Never the case with Kaye and Godwin; the characers truly live in their writing.
Also, the book lacks the bloat that currently runs rampant in the genre; the story is tighly wrapped and easy to complete in a day or two. These authors work hard; their readers don't have to. Rather, you are left to think about their work.
I highly recommend this book.