There's a reason you think ravens are creepy. While Edgar Allen Poe may be most well known for his poem The Raven, he wrote a myriad of tales and poems that'll scare the pants right off a reader. This compact collection includes some of Poe's most disturbing works, including The Tell-Tale Heart, The Pit and the Pendulum, and Annabel Lee. As a bonus, the book also contains the essay The Philosophy of Composition, where Poe describes his ideas on how good writers write.
By Edgar Allen Poe
Includes 11 stories and seven poems