The Mines of Behemoth Mass Market Paperback – 6 Oct 1997
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For those who want to read Michael Shea at his best go pick up 'Nifft The Lean'. Leave this one to collect dust.
MINES rivals 'Fishing of the Demon-Sea' as far as I'm concerned as the best of Nifft. So go ahead and try it, you just might like it. I'd ask are you scared it might bite you, but there's no telling what grisly beastie will slither out of the cracks of a Michael Shea story.
To fans of Nifft ( I.E. anybody who has ever read one of his adventures) this book is a must read. At least two or three times. Shea is the type of author writes stories that affect you long after you read them, as certain realizations set in only upon consideration after the story is finished. The best example of this is his horror novella I, Said The fly. The horrors within that story are really only hinted at. But yet, it is one of the most "horrific by implication" stories I have ever read.
If there is one thing Michael Shea is horribly guilty of, it's not writing enough! His stories are far too few. As I am reading one of his works, I frequently look with dread at the constantly shrinking number of pages.