A Darkness in My Soul (novel)
See Also: A Darkness in My Soul (short story)
Market Paperback, First Printing
Cover painting by Jack Gaughan
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Market Paperback, Third Printing
UK Trade Hardcover
An expanded version of the short story “A Darkness in My Soul.”
“A Darkness In My Soul” original cover art painting by Jack Gaughan (16″x20″) is in my personal collection as of December 2020. I purchased this via a private sale from the previous owner. Click on the images to see full-sized versions.
“Josh Kirby A Darkness In My Soul Paperback Cover Illustration Original Art (DAW, 1976). Created by the renown British cover artist as an alternate cover for a science fiction book from early in the career of renown writer Dean Koontz, this piece features an alien sitting on an elaborate throne. Rendered in Gouache on illustration board with an image size of 5.75″ x 9.75″. White label at the bottom right corner with light smudging, edge and corner wear. In Very Good condition.”
Heritage Auctions, LOT #15649, Sold for $3,360.00 on 20 July 2020
“A Darkness in My Soul” by Solid Base
“Space Museum is the sole studio album by British minimal wave band Solid Space. It was released in 1982 by In Phaze Records through cassette, eventually becoming a rarity. It was produced by the record label’s owner Pat Bermingham.
“The album’s sound has been described as “cold, disconnected, minimal synth-pop full of eerie moods and bizarre melodies.” It features lyrics inspired by science fiction novels and television programs, in particular the popular shows Doctor Who and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, and often deal with traveling through the galaxy, “delivered in a robotic deadpan vocals.” Tracks such as “A Darkness In My Soul” (inspired by the Dean Koontz novel of the same name), “Destination Moon” (based on The Adventures of Tintin novel of the same name), and “Tenth Planet” were also considered as “dark, atmospheric and atypical”, because they feature guitar along with synthesizers and drum machines.”
Wikipedia contributors. (2021, January 23). Space Museum (album). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 19:39, November 7, 2021, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Space_Museum_(album)&oldid=1002141470
Last updated on July 19th, 2020