“The Green Book,” a small, unassuming diary of a young girl; an unheard of book of the Talmud known as the “Tractate Middoth”; “The King in Yellow,” a play that drives people to insanity; two mysterious grey stone plaques from the sands of Chaldea known as the “Tablets of The Gods”; “The Confessions of Constantine,” which drives its readers into a homicidal rage—these accursed books are the subject of this collection of olden tales.
Approx. 425 pages or 135,697 words long.
Table of Contents:
The Tractate Middoth by M.R. James
The White People by Arthur Machen
The Devil in Manuscript by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers
The Man Who Found Out (A Nightmare) by Algernon Blackwood
P.’s Correspondence by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Innmost Light by Arthur Machen
The Birthmark by Nathaniel Hawthorne
For Art’s Sake by Tod Robbins
Appendix: In Search of the Real Necronomicon by Osie Turne