P288 CEEFAX 288 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/00  - ORBIT -      by Peter Bell NEW TERRORS 1 editfd by Ramsey Campbell Pan Books Not a collection for those who love blood-curdling horror. Too many of the tales are slow-moving and lead the reader to a puzzled anti-climax. The main exception is Bob Shaw's Love Me Tender, which will not disappoint his science fiction fans. The second half of the book partly justifies the title, but can still be read at night. New they certainly are, but the catalysts of terror - the grotfsque familiar, the devil or natural fears - are too often absent.
P288 CEEFAX 288 Tue 15 Jul 21:20/09  by Petfr Bell NEW T@R2ORS 1 editdd by CPB Not a collection for those who love blood-curdling horror. Too many of the tales ard slow-moving and lead the reader to a puzzled anti-climax. The E—in exception is Bob S(—w's Love Me dnder, which will not disappoint his science fiction fans. T—e second half of the book partly justifies the title, but can still be rdad at nAght. New they cert—inly ard, but the catalysts of tfrror L the grotesqte familiar, the deval or natural fears - are too oftdn absent.
P288 CEEFAX 288 Tue 15 Jul 21:10/00 Bob Shaw's Love Me Tender, which will not diq—ppoint his scidnce fiction fans. Thd rdcond half of the book partly justifies the title, bqt can still be rdad at night. New they cert—hnly ard, but the catalysts of tdrror the natural fears ard too oftdn absent.
P288 CEEFAX 288 Tue 15 Jul 21:07/33  - ORBIT -      by Peter Bell NEW FRRORS editfd by "—lrfy Campbell Pan Books Not a collection for those who love blood-curdling horror. Too many of the tales are slow-moving and lead the reader to a puzzled anti-climax. The main exception is Bob Shaw's Love Me Tender, which will not disappoint his science fiction fans. The second half of the book partly justifies the title, but can still be