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  • James Montague

    Brought to you by Penguin. You can see them, but you don't know them. Ultras are football fans like no others. A hugely visible and controversial part of the global game, their credo and aesthetic replicated in almost every league everywhere on earth, a global movement of extreme fandom and politics is also one of the largest youth movements in the world. Yet they remain unknown: an anti-establishment force that is transforming both football and politics. In this book, James Montague goes underground to uncover the true face of this dissident force for the first time. 1312: Among the Ultras tells the story of how the movement began and how it grew to become the global phenomenon...read more

  • Montague Rhodes James

    This is an unabridged audio recording of M R James' excellent ghost story "The Rose Garden". Read by David Collings, this is sure to scare and delight in equal...read more

  • Montague Rhodes James

    This is the unabridged audio recording of M R James' excellent ghost story "The Tractate Middoth". Read by David Collings, this is sure to scare and delight in equal...read more

  • Charles Dickens

    These stories are designed to engender a chill in the listener which is not just due to the season. Stephen Critchlow, a characterful actor, is a collector of ghost stories and relishes putting across those slightly odd moments when things don't just seem to follow the normal process. Charles Dickens was chilling enough in his novels - one only has to remember the entry of Magwitch in Great Expectations! - but as a writer set deeply in the Victorian era and unashamedly a lover of the melodramatic, it comes as no surprise that one of the greatest classics of the genre was The Signalman. As a medieval scholar of a later period (1862-1936) M. R. James had a very different temperament but...read more

  • Charles Dickens

    A chilling collection of ghost stories containing Rats by M. R. James, The Raven and Berenice by Edgar Allan Poe, The Birthday of the Infanta by Oscar Wilde, A Tough Tussle by Ambrose Bierce and The Signalman by Charles Dickens. In Rats, Mr Thompson comes to regret his decision to investigate a locked room in a country inn, and in The Signalman, the subject of the story is haunted by ghostly appearances that always precede tragic...read more

  • Ernest Raupach

    Desde el comienzo de la historia en numerosas y diferentes culturas han aparecido leyendas sobre los vampiros. Estos mitos se han transmitido de generación en generación y se han convertido en parte imprescindible del folclore popular. Posteriormente, autores como Polidori, Charles Nodier, Hoffmann, Samuel Coleridge, Sheridan Le Fanu o Teophile Gautier sentarían las bases del vampiro clásico que se iría desarrollando, novela a novela, hasta convertirse en el vampiro contemporáneo: Drácula. En esta antología publicamos una serie de relatos que abordan desde diferentes perspectivas los mitos de los...read more