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THE SHADOW ON THE WALL: MY FAVOURITE STORIES OF GHOSTS, SPIRITS, AND THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT

by Ruskin Bond

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Author: Ruskin Bond

Languages: english

Number Of Pages: 172

Binding: Hardcover

Package Dimensions: 4.3 x 3.3 x 0.8 inches

Release Date: 05-12-2021

Details: Product Description The Shadow on the Wall brings together Ruskin Bond’s most chilling works of fright and terror. The twenty-one stories in this book include classics such as ‘A Face in the Dark’, ‘The Chakrata Cat’, and ‘Susanna’s Seven Husbands’, along with a dose of eerie new tales that have never been published before. In ‘The Shadow on the Wall’, a young writer finds an unlikely first reader in a ghost; ‘The Doppelgänger’ is a creepy account of beings that occupy two places at once; ‘Haunted Places’ is a spooky look at the world around us. From horrifying stories of chance encounters with hill station spirits, hauntings in abandoned mansions, malignant and mischievous jinns and shape-shifters, to prets and Mussoorie’s Bhoot-aunty, the twenty-one tales in The Shadow on the Wall showcase Ruskin Bond’s talent as a master of horror fiction. About the Author Ruskin Bond is the author of several bestselling novels and collections of short stories, essays, and poems. These include: The Room on the Roof (winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize); A Flight of Pigeons; The Night Train at Deoli; Time Stops at Shamli; Our Trees Still Grow in Dehra (winner of the Sahitya Akademi Award); Angry River; The Blue Umbrella; Delhi Is Not Far; Rain in the Mountains; Tigers for Dinner; Tales of Fosterganj; A Gathering of Friends; Upon an Old Wall Dreaming; Small Towns, Big Stories; Unhurried Tales; A Gallery of Rascals; Rhododendrons in the Mist; Miracle at Happy Bazaar (winner of the Kalinga Literary Festival Children’s Book of the Year, 2021); and It’s a Wonderful Life. Ruskin Bond was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India in 1999, a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Delhi government in 2012, and the Padma Bhushan in 2014. He has been selected for the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Fellowship, 2021.