One of the most enduring themes in great literature is the eternal struggle between good and evil - often embodied in such devices as the werewolf, the doppelganger and the evil twin.
This anthology presents a selection of the greatest short stories whose tension and drama revolves around the conflict of good and evil.
- 'The Grinding of the Mills' by Morgan Robertson
- 'The Twins' by Bessie Kyffin-Taylor
- 'The Ghost at the Blue Dragon' by William J. Wintle
- 'Absolute Evil' by Nathaniel Hawthorne
- 'The Mysterious Card' and 'The Mysterious Card Unveiled' by Cleveland Moffett
- 'The Wolf Book' by Henry Chapman Mercer
- 'The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' by Robert Louis Stevenson
- 'The Mark of the Beast' by Rudyard Kipling
- 'Juxtapositions' by Stacy Aumonier
- 'Pigeons from Hell' by Robert E. Howard
- 'Double Demon' by W. F. Harvey
- 'The Dust That Was Barren' by P. C. Wren
- 'The Gull' by F. Anstey
- 'The Necromancer' by Arthur Gray
- 'A Pastoral Horror' by Arthur Conan Doyle
- 'The Three Sisters' by W. W. Jacobs
- 'The Brothers' by Stacy Aumonier
- 'Mrs. Raeburn's Waxwork' by Eleanor Smith
Changelings, Evil Twins and Doppelgangersに寄せられたリスナーの声
- Mr C Henebury
Terrible Narrator (ignore star rating for Story)
Positives: None. Narrator made that impossible Negatives: To start with, I have no idea what the story was like or stories in this case. The narrator was abysmal and the worst narrator I have ever heard. For some reason, the narrator seems to think it a good idea to elongate the word at the end of EVERY sentence. I found it incredible irritating, making it impossible to listen to the any of the stories. I even flicked through the audio book to see if it goes away but she continues this ridiculous reading technique throughout.