Dreadtime Stories: Sarah Langan's The Lost
New York-based author Sarah Langan’s not been at this whole horror writing biz for very long, but already she’s made quite an impression with her first novel, The Keeper, which Cemetery Dance said ”cuts like a knife and then pours salt in the wound." and its sequel The Missing, which won the 2007 Bram Stoker award for Outstanding novel.
Sarah agreed to read a brand-new short story for her contribution to Dreadtime Stories called “The Lost”, which will be featured in the next issue of Cemetery Dance Magazine. I wouldn’t say it’s what one would call a “feel-good” story, but it’s definitely one of the darkest we’ve had to date.
You know how it works by now; utilize the links below to get downloading or listening to the story on your computer. Be sure to visit Sarah Langan’s official site for more on the author, and if you’re hitting the Weekend of Horrors this June 20-22, she will be part of an author’s panel on Sunday!
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