B. J. Harrison does not tire of the adventurous and mysterious settings in his choice of narratives. This time, the horror element is a bit subdued, though Edgar Allan Poe makes up for the lost thrills with his haunting poems "The Raven", "Annabel Lee", and "The Sleeper". P. G. Wodehouse appears with four works, scoring points for his humor. However light-hearted and adventurous this collection may sound, the thrills come not only from Poe’s presence, but also from the snow-covered Denmark and Hans Christian Andersen’s "The Snow Queen" – a haunting and chilling fairy tale about the eternal struggle between good and evil. All in all, it is another fantastic season that all fans of fiction will enjoy.