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Sión sagrada y suicida Deberá viajar al castillo maldito de su primo el Conde de Marsham para poner fin a sus rapiñas Allí encontrará un ejército de mercenarios encallecidos u. Adrian Ross seud nimo de Arthur Reed Ropes escribi una nica obra de ficci n El agujero del infierno actualmente considerada un cl sico del g nero de terror sobrenaturalLa historia transcurre en 1645 durante la guerra civil inglesa entre los partidarios de Cromwell y los del rey El protagonista Hubert Leyton es un joven erudito ue prefiere mantenerse al margen de esta disputa Un d a recibe la visita de Eldad Pentry habitante de Marsham solicitando ue intervenga frente a su primo el Conde de Deeping Se

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The Hole of the Pit

Na maldición infernal el amor de una joven en peligro las brujerías satánicas de una bella hechicera italiana y al propio Conde un personaje trágico capaz de desafiar al Infiern. So there s this stretch of sea And in it is a pit And in the pit is a hole You d think a hole and a pit would be one and the same but apparently they aren t And in the pit isSomething And your job as a reader is to slog thru 125 pages of nearly unreadable prose fashioned somewhat after a style that might have been popular 500 years ago until you reach the final chapter and find out what it is Somehow this is supposed to be reminiscent of MR James but I m sure that distinguished writer would roll over in his gra

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En el año 1645 en una Inglaterra dividida por la guerra entre los partidarios de Cronwell y los del rey Carlos Hubert Leyton un pacífico caballero puritano es escogido para una mi. An interesting little Weird novel 1914 rescued from obscurity Dedicated to MR James this was the work of Arthur Reed Ropes 1859 1933 a Cambridge don writing under a pseudonymShort version who would enjoy this book James fans probably as while it is decidedly not an English Ghost Story in the master s form it reads as a gloomy adventure novel documenting the kind of events that would have formed the historical foundation discovered no doubt by an antiuarian for the events in a James tale Fans of Robert E Ho


10 thoughts on “The Hole of the Pit

  1. says:

    An interesting little Weird novel 1914 rescued from obscurity Dedicated to MR James this was the work of Arthur Reed Ropes 1859 1933 a Cambridge

  2. says:

    La lectura de uno de estos grandes clásicos del terror es complicada Uno la afronta con la ilusión de meterse

  3. says:

    An excellent tale Very readable and ignoring its seventeenth century setting very contemporary feelingRamsey Campbell mentions Hodgson others have mentioned James but this brief novel reminded me of contemporary works such as 'The Terror' by Simmons 'The Fisherman' by Langan and even John Carpenter's 'The Thing'Great book highly rec

  4. says:

    Adrian Ross seudónimo de Arthur Reed Ropes escribió una única obra de ficción 'El agujero del infierno' actu

  5. says:

    Sí bien comienza con bastante interés y una atmosfera tétrica barra misteriosa La última mitad del libro se desinfla para dar paso a la convivencia en un castillo asediado centrado en el amor y ego del Conde Con un toue de vez en cuando de tufo literalmenteSi piensas ue del agujero van a salir monstruos con tentáculos alados ojos rasgados etc Vas a llevarte un chasco

  6. says:

    Este es un libro ue me llamó la atención por su sinopsis Fue escrito hace bastantes años y era una supuesta obra maestra del terror así ue me decidí a probar su experiencia Y buenoNarrada en primera persona esta novela se encuadra creo en Gran Bretaña allá por el siglo XVII o XVIII Ahí nos encontramos con el prota

  7. says:

    What an atmospheric horror masterpiece Just almost at the top with Black Spirits and White of Ralph Adams Cram The horrific entity that lurks inside the marshes and filth almost as if it was a representation of the subconscious beast that lurks inside our innermost dark places of our mind

  8. says:

    Intriga hasta el final pero no mucho más

  9. says:

    So there's this stretch of sea And in it is a pit And in the pit is a hole You'd think a hole and a pit would be one and the same but apparently they aren't And in the pit isSomething And your job as a reader is to slog thru 125 pages of nearly unreadable prose fashioned somewhat after a style that might have been popular 500 years ago unti

  10. says:

    Medio medio terro clásico pero muy trillado

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