A Ghost Story for Christmas
Designed and illustrated by Seth, this reissue breathes new life into a work many consider Dickens' best ghost story.
"This book is amazing."
Halloween might seem like the spookiest time of year, but Charles Dickens felt otherwise. He was among the many authors who set their scariest stories during the dim and shivering days of—yes, Christmas.
First published in 1866 for a special yuletide issue of All the Year Round, Dickens' "The Signalman" has since fallen into obscurity. An eerie story of isolation, dread, and supernatural visitation, this book is a small treasure, meant to be read aloud on a cold, dark winter night.