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Мнение от deadface » нед сеп 13, 2009 1:38 am

"Работа" от Ричард Леймън (антологията "Сияйната пирамида"):

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Благодаря :pivo:

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Мнение от deadface » нед сеп 27, 2009 4:32 pm

Един разказ, за който май е ставало дума и преди - "Шампионът" от Ричард Леймън
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Richard Laymon - No Sanctuary
Richard Laymon - Island
Richard Laymon - In The Dark
Richard Laymon - Darkness Tell Us
Richard Laymon - Among The Missing
Richard Laymon - Mess Hall
Richard Laymon - The Stake
Richard Laymon - The Maiden
Richard Laymon - Come Out Tonight
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Richard Laymon - The Traveling Vampire Show

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"Friday Night in Beast House" by Richard Laymon
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Mark would do anything to get a date with Alison - anything.
Alison had just one condition - he has to spend a night with her in the legendary Beast house.
To Mark a night alone with Alison is a chance of a lifetime, but if the stories about the Beast House are true, it may also be a chance to die. As he waits for Alison in the cellar of the macabre museum, Mark tries to keep his first-date nerves in check. But what he's feeling now is nothign compared to the terror he'll face before the night is out...


Четвъртата книга от четирилогията "Къщата на звяра" и единствената от четирите, която не е роман, а новела. Enjoy!

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Re: Ричард Леймън

Мнение от deadface » пон сеп 06, 2010 3:57 pm

Няколко интересни факта за Ричард Леймън:

Третият роман на Леймън (вторият, публикуван под собственото му име) - "В тъмните гори" (1981) - е бил издаден в Щатите (и респективно у нас) в силно орязан вариант (което обяснява факта, че изглежда някак претупан и незавършен). Очевидно американските издатели са решили, че книгата съдържа прекалено брутални за средностатистическия читател сцени, в резултат на което от оригиналния ръкопис са били изрязани близо 50 страници, а романът е бил изцяло пренаписан. Резултатът е бил катастрофален за кариерата на Леймън - книгата получава цял куп отрицателни ревюта и писателят остава сравнително неизвестен в Щатите чак до смъртта си през 2001 г. (за сметка на това творбите му стават истински хит в Европа, особено във Великобритания). След смъртта на Леймън популярността му в САЩ внезапно нараства, а много от книгите му са преиздадени. На бял свят се появяват няколко неиздавани преди ръкописа ("To Wake The Dead", "The Lake", "Glory Bus"), издадена е и оригиналната, неорязана версия на "В тъмните гори" (2008), която дъщеря му намира и подготвя за печат.

Въпреки че приживе Леймън остава недооценен от сънародниците си (два от романите му - "Плът" и "Funland" - са номинирани за наградата "Брам Стокър", но той я получава посмъртно за "Тhe Traveling Vampire Show"), не му липсват и американски фенове. Сред най-големите му почитатели са:
- Дийн Кунц, който написва предговор на няколко негови книги и казва за Леймън: "Никой не пише като него, ще си прекарате добре с всичко, което напише."
- Стивън Кинг: "Ако пропуснете Леймън, пропускате истинско удоволствие." (Впрочем, критиците неведнъж са наричали Леймън "Стивън Кинг без съвест.")
- Джак Кетчъм: "Чел съм всичко на Леймън, което ми е попадало. Аз съм му истински фен."
- Бентли Литъл: "Винаги съм бил почитател на Леймън. Той знае как да накара кожата ви да настръхне."

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"The Woods Are Dark" by Richard Laymon (Uncut edition)
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Not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach, this reissue of Laymon's second horror novel (first published in 1981) restores the editorially butchered text to all of its gory glory. In gleefully gruesome fashion, it recounts the ordeal of three different groups of people-hikers Neala and Sherri, vacationing teacher Lander Dills and his family, and local yokel Johnny Robbins-as they attempt to defend themselves against the cannibal Krulls, a forest-dwelling family of inbred savages who for centuries have demanded that the citizens of the nearby burg of Barlow provide them with waylaid travelers for their feeding and breeding. In their desperation to survive at all costs, the seemingly civilized victims find themselves stooping to behavior as beastly as that practiced by their predatory pursuers. This novel is prime Laymon (The Cellar), featuring characters reduced to appetites both carnal and carnivorous and a plot flensed free of all but the bloody bones of storytelling. While not every horror reader's meat, this savage shockfest is a good example of the pulpy approach that has earned the late author a loyal readership for three decades.

Neala and her friend Sherri only wanted to do a little backpacking through the woods. Little did they know they would soon be shackled to a dead tree, waiting for Them to arrive. The Dills family thought the small motor lodge in the quiet town of Barlow seemed quaint and harmless enough. Until they, too, found themselves shackled to trees in the middle of the night, while They approached, hungry for human flesh...

When this classic novel was first published in 1981, it was heavily cut, with nearly fifty pages removed. What remained was rewritten by both Laymon and a Warner Books line editor. Now, for the first time ever, the missing text has been completely restored along with Laymon's original words and vision and the novel can finally be read the way it was intended.


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Мнение от deadface » ср ное 03, 2010 1:39 am

21 произведения на Ричард Леймън на англ. език:
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Show
Almara to wake the dead
Almong the missing
Beware
Bite
Come out tonight
Darkness tell us
Dreambox junkies
Friday night at the beast house
In the dark
Island
Mess hall
Night in the lonesome october
No sancturary
One rainy night
Ressurection dreams
The cellar
The maiden
The stake
Traveling vampire show
The woods are dark
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Мнение от deadface » пет дек 17, 2010 2:44 am

Една от най-трудните за намиране книги на Ричард Леймън :smile:

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"Endless Night" by Richard Laymon
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Cop's daughter, Jody, is sleeping over at a friend's when the killers break in. They slaughter the family but Jody escapes, killing a man on the way out. All rapist and murderer Simon Quist has to do now is dispose of the one eyewitness to the massacre. And he can't wait to get his hands on Jody.

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Мнение от deadface » съб дек 18, 2010 6:56 am

Още няколко от по-редките книги на Леймън:

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"Funland" by Richard Laymon
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Bram Stoker Award (nominee)

The resort of Boleta Bay is not the carefree place it used to be. A series of unexplained disappearances, and holiday-makers threatened by an army of leering bums, casts a shadow over summer pleasures. But now Boleda Bay is fighting back and their campaign leads them to the abandoned Funhouse.

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"After Midnight" by Richard Laymon
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When Alice's friend Serena goes away she stays in her house, with its sunken bathtub and big-screen TV. Best of all is the outdoor swimming pool. But one night a stranger walks out of the woods and jumps naked into the pool. Alice hopes he won't be coming to get her, like so many have done before.

Although Laymon died in 2001, his U.K. novels have only recently gotten an American release; this 1997 title is a sordid, flawed gem, both stomach churning and erotic, and not infrequently at the same time. Narrated by paranoid, defiant 26-year-old Alice, the book opens on a peaceful night of house-sitting—but as Alice warns, "You can never be sure it's safe." Indeed, shortly after midnight she spots a strange man emerge from the woods and go swimming naked in the family pool. A fortunately timed phone call that's a wrong number gives Alice the chance to drive off the stranger, but sets in motion a 24-hour whirlwind of murder, terror and madness, beginning when Alice splits open someone's head with a Civil War saber—and escalating precipitously from there. Alice's matter-of-fact attitude toward her grisly handiwork can make her hard to sympathize with ("I felt rotten about killing him, but not particularly guilty"); supporting characters are easier to like, but don't get too attached. As the night wears on, Laymon piles on gory details and violent sex with perverse, over-the-top glee; it's definitely not for everyone and can strain credibility, but Alice proves to be one of Laymon's most original and memorable protagonists, and should keep hardened horror fans reading well past the stroke of midnight.

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"Night in the Lonesome October" by Richard Laymon
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Ed Logan is 20 years old and a sophomore at Willmington University. He's also been dumped by his girlfriend. Lonesome and broken-hearted, he goes for a late-night walk. He doesn't know where he's headed. He doesn't know what he's going to do when he gets there. And he has absolutely no idea of the strange people he is about to meet. Like Casey, the athletic blonde who roams the streets as if she's on a mission. And then there's Randy, who's definitely on a mission - to make Ed's life hell. And then there's the others. Not exactly people. And very definitely not friendly. If Ed's not careful, he's not going to make it home at all...

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"Savage" by Richard Laymon
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Whitechapel, 1888; Jack the Ripper is committing his last known act of butchery in the hovel occupied by the luckless harlot Mary Kelly. And beneath the bed on which the fiend is cheerfully eviscerating his victim cowers a 15-year-old boy. This is just the start of an extraordinary adventure.

Relating a gruesome story through the first-person narrative of an ingenuous 15-year-old boy, horror novelist Laymon appears to aim at the complex tone of Huckleberry Finn. He doesn't even come close, although that parallel might explain his London-born narrator's curiously un-British speech patterns ("gas lamps didn't give off a whole lot of light"). After witnessing Jack the Ripper's final murder on the streets of Whitechapel in 1888, Trevor Bentley is pursued by the psychopath into the Thames and ends up as his prisoner on a yacht bound for America. Improbable plot twists take both characters to Arizona, where the Ripper wreaks havoc while Trevor encounters a couple of snake-oil salesmen, rides with a bandit gang, becomes a crack shot and falls in love with pert, 16-year-old Jesse Sue Longley. The young couple survive a gore-splattered encounter with the Ripper in an Arizona cave, going on to marriage and a career in the snake-oil business. The grisly mutilation scenes induce no horror, Trevor's unrelenting innocence becomes tiresome, and his byplay with Jesse skirts soft-core kiddy-porn.

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"The Lake" by Richard Laymon
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When Laymon died in 2001, he left behind numerous unpublished novels that Leisure has been issuing. This one is good but not great, combining the savagery of his earlier work (Beast House, etc.) with the spooky wonder of his later books (The Traveling Vampire Show, etc.). As the story begins, we see Candyman, a serial killer, at work, then observe teen Deana West watch in horror as her boyfriend is mowed down by a car driven by Candyman? The narrative then flashes back 20 years to a summer Deana's mother, Leigh, spent in rural Wisconsin; this, the strongest section, details eerie, erotic nighttime forays by Leigh and her lover, a weird local boy, that result in the boy's accidental death. Back in the present, Leigh gets involved with a cop who's a wolf in sheep's clothing, and she and Deana, who's taken to nighttime jogging and who herself gets involved with a mysterious neighbor and his odd, psychic sister, are menaced by the driver of the car that killed Deana's boyfriend. The plot is too complicated, although Laymon does tie all the strands up in a messy knot; but what counts here, as usual for Laymon, is the white-hot pacing, the rivers of blood (which will dismay mainstream readers) and, above all, the memorable evocation of the fathomless mystery of the moonlit hours.

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Мнение от Nothingness » пон дек 20, 2010 11:51 am

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"Night in the Lonesome October" by Richard Laymon
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Ed Logan is 20 years old and a sophomore at Willmington University. He's also been dumped by his girlfriend. Lonesome and broken-hearted, he goes for a late-night walk. He doesn't know where he's headed. He doesn't know what he's going to do when he gets there. And he has absolutely no idea of the strange people he is about to meet. Like Casey, the athletic blonde who roams the streets as if she's on a mission. And then there's Randy, who's definitely on a mission - to make Ed's life hell. And then there's the others. Not exactly people. And very definitely not friendly. If Ed's not careful, he's not going to make it home at all...
Това изглежда много яко :)
Може би това ще е първото нещо, което прочитам на този автор!
Oh, she’s beautiful
A little better than a man deserves
Oh, I’m not insane
Please tell me she won’t change…

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"The Midnight Tour" by Richard Laymon
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The midnight tour of the Beast House begins on the stroke of midnight on Saturday nights only. On this particular midnight tour, 13 unlucky tourists are joined by an unexpected visitor and they'll be lucky to get out alive.

Beast House has a notorious history. Starting in 1903, this quaint Victorian in Malcasa, CA, has been the scene of repeated gruesome rapes and murders by "beasts"?a sort of mutated missing link, hairless like humans but powerful like apes with rending claws and fangs among their unique features. But the beasts are all dead now, or are they? Take "the midnight tour" of the house and find out. Laymon's characters are well drawn, and the first three-fourths of the novel effectively builds up suspense to the electrifying conclusion. Laymon writes humor well and uses it to relieve the tension. Reminiscent of Stephen King's "monster" stories, this novel does not rely upon horror cliches. It is not a story for young people, though, as there is a great deal of sex and gory violence. Still, horror fans will find some genuine surprises at the end. Recommended for all adult horror collections.

It's classic Laymon, which means that it's full of titillating sex and violence aimed at the teenager in us all, but also that it's constructed in stripped-down prose that spits across the page and is rife with strong characters traced in deft strokes. Laymon expertly seeds the backstory?of the notorious house in a small California town, site of numerous savagings by an unknown species of sexually ravenous, humanoid "beasts"?throughout the narrative, which follows the liaisons and perils of a woman raped decades ago by a beast, and of several guides and tourists around the house, now a tourist attraction. A copulating couple is buried alive; Peeping Toms spy on three bathing beauties; a woman is raped, then handcuffed in a cellar tunnel?and so on in Laymon's lurid tale, which speeds steadily toward a bloody climax, the eponymous tour of the Beast House, and a merciless conclusion. It's a nightmare ride but plenty of fun for those who like their horror no-frills and nasty.

Третата книга от четирилогията "Къщата на звяра", която се състои от 3 романа и 1 новела - "The Cellar" (1980), "The Beast House" (1986), "The Midnight Tour" (1998) и "Friday Night in the Beast House" (2001). От четирите книги у нас са издадени само първите 2 и то с променени заглавия - "Къщата на звяра" /The Cellar (1980)/ и "Малкаса пойнт" /The Beast House (1986)/.

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:yahoo: :yahoo: Много благодаря. Много отдавна я търсех тази част. Сега вече ще мога да си дочета поредицата. Веднага я почвам :)
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Мнение от J.S. » съб яну 15, 2011 12:49 pm

Не е трябвало да чакаш, книгите могат да се четат във всякакъв ред. Friday Night in the Beast House не издава нищо от сюжета на The Midnight Tour.

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Мнение от J.S. » пон яну 17, 2011 7:25 pm

Имам една добра и една лоша новина. Първо лошата:Сайта Richard Laymon Kills ( http://www.ains.net.au/~gerlach/rlaymon2.htm ) вече го няма. Беше много добър и информативен.Добрата новина е, че ми попадна едно кратко интервю:
"I asked him why he feels the rape and degradation of women is necessary to his fiction. After all, aren't murder, mayhem, and supernatural horror enough?

'Why do my books so often dwell on 'the rape and degradation of women'? Why do I 'feel it's necessary to add this disturbing and off-putting 'element' to my fiction?' he spits back at me. 'Lots of reasons,' he says. 'First, the nature of your question somewhat attests to the shock value of the subject. If we're writing horror, we'd better be writing about stuff that is 'disturbing' and 'off-putting.' Otherwise, we're not writing horror,' he opines.

'Second, the rape and degradation of women is so disturbing and off-putting (and politically incorrect--let's not forget) that most writers prefer to stay away from it entirely or soft-peddle it. Either they have no taste for dealing with it or they are afraid of negative reactions from editors (mostly New York feminists), readers, relatives, and friends. This creates a situation in which the 'rape and degradation of women' is largely not to be found in our literature,' he explains.

Laymon continues: 'I don't participate in the self-imposed, society-imposed, publisher-imposed censorship on this and other matters. Which goes a long way toward explaining why it has been so difficult to find my books in the United States for the past twenty years.'

'Third, the 'rape and degradation of women' in my books is a reflection of real life. Should I avoid being 'disturbing and off-putting' by choosing not to write about it? When I'm creating a scene, a chief concern is usually this--what would really happen in a situation like this? Am I supposed to pretend (as so many books and movies do) that a woman won't get molested if she falls into the clutches of an evil man? Degrading and raping women is the whole pointof most crimes that are committed against women. In fact, my books are very tame compared to what goes on in real life. Take a look at a few 'true crime' books.'

Now he comes to a very interesting point. 'Fourth...the perception of degradation, rape, and so on within my fiction seems far out of proportion to its actual presence. I've been puzzled by this for many years. A lot of people seem to believe more of it happens in my books than really does. A major reason, I'm sure, is that most other writers don't touch such matters with a ten-foot pole. The fact that I deal with this stuff at all makes it stand out, so people often come away from my work with an impression that I 'dwell' on it whereas actually I'm simply not ignoring it. Another aspect of my fiction is that bad things often happen to likeable characters, so readers feel it more. And because I often underplay what's going on, a great deal is left to the readers' imaginations. Because of what they picture for themselves, they come away from my fiction with an impression that is much stronger than if I'd actually given blow by blow descriptions.'

Laymon makes it clear that he's an equal opportunity employer when it comes to the victims in his stories. 'Having said all that, I also want to point out a couple more things. In my books, it's not just women who suffer from sexual abuse and degradation. So do men. Oddly enough, in our present society, there is often a perception that a crime is somehow worse when it is committed against a woman, a child, a Jew, a homosexual, a homeless person or a 'person of color' (to name a few) than if it is committed against an employed heterosexual white Christian male adult. This is the thinking behind 'hate crime' legislation. To me, a crime is a crime is a crime. Victims are victims, regardless of their individual differences. And assholes are assholes and ought to be taken out.'

Laymon staunchly defends the female protagonists in his novels. 'More often than not, females are the main protagonists in my books. Though bad things often happen to them, they are considered by many of my readers to be among the strongest female characters (intelligent, witty, resourceful, courageous) to be found in fiction anywhere. I seem to have at least as many female readers as male readers. Some of my most ardent fans are women. So apparently they aren't all put off.'"

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Мнение от West of Hell » пон яну 17, 2011 9:04 pm

J.S. написа:Имам една добра и една лоша новина. Първо лошата:Сайта Richard Laymon Kills ( http://www.ains.net.au/~gerlach/rlaymon2.htm ) вече го няма.

Баси, тва беше едно от двете смислени места в интернет пространството. Другото е cinemageddon :tooth:


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Re: Ричард Леймън

Мнение от deadface » вт яну 18, 2011 3:18 am

Докато официалният сайт на Леймън го няма (сигурен съм, че е само временно), използвайте тези два сайта:

:arrow: http://www.zianet.com/rsace/laymon2.html
:arrow: http://laymon.lostdestinations.com/

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A tribute to Richard Laymon

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/diabolical ... mons-terms
Брайън Кийн, Джак Кетчъм и други хорър писатели говорят за Ричард Леймън в радиопредаване, посветено на Леймън.
(изчакайте да минат рекламите в началото)
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Re: Ричард Леймън

Мнение от J.S. » вт яну 18, 2011 9:58 am

deadface, благодаря ти. Първия сайт не го знаех. Между другото и тук има полезна информация.

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Re: Ричард Леймън

Мнение от deadface » вт яну 18, 2011 11:33 am

Ее, fantasticfiction е сред сайтовете, които посещавам най-често :smile: Трябва да имаш предвид обаче, че информацията в него не винаги е пълна и изчерпателна, а понякога има и неверни неща. Иначе този сайт също е много добър, ако си търсиш информация за библиографията на някой писател.
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