Here in the forest dark and deep, i offer you eternal sleep. This sounds like a line from a spooky story. I& love to read an awesomely scary story where this line is uttered in the dark by the villain.
The legends contained in this volume are an able retelling of Algonquin mythology gathered by Charles Leland directly from Indian narrators. The result is a rich collection of the myths, legends and folklore of the Northeastern Algonquin Indians. Travel back in time to learn the amazing story of Glooskap and his wolf brother Malsum. In [...][...]
A Master of Craft -- W.W. Jacobs, 1900, author of 'Many Cargoes', Victorian YA maritime fiction This book was Jacobs' fourth book and his first complete novel. It was later made into a stage play in 1922. William Wymark Jacobs (1863 - 1943), was an English author of short stories and novels. His favourite subjects were marine life: "men who go down to the sea in ships of moderate tonnage".