The Great God Pan by Arthur Machen (paperback)



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When a scientist in Wales, who yearns to see the supernatural world, performs an experiment on a woman in his care, not only is her mind destroyed but it sets into motion a series of mysterious events in the future.

Years later, a beautiful, albeit sinister woman arrive on the London social scene and soon thereafter influential men start committing suicide for no apparent reason. Their deaths are horrific, often seems unrelated, but it quickly becomes clear that there are forces not of this world behind their demise.

A subtle revenge tale set in England during the Victorian Era, this body-horror brings to life the occult with its implied erotic undertones and vivid imagery.

The Great God Pan was widely criticised at the time of its release, but has since gained widespread adoration, influencing horror writers like Bram Stoker, H.P. Lovecraft, and Stephen King.

With an introduction by William Meikle and interior artwork by Luke Spooner.