Read full interview here: http://www.sfx.co.uk/2011/05/23/john-aj ... terviewed/"SFX: Do you find yourself developing and changing as a writer? Are you finding yourself drawn to different types of storytelling, different images?
“Developing in a different direction. I think for better or for worse I tend to think in a more epic scale generally. The next book I’m writing, which will be called X – like X on a treasure seeker’s map – if my publishers allow it, will be a huge thing, going through what really is our place here on Earth. There’s going to be monsters – yes, there will be blood, and the feeling that I had when I was reading these really cheap horror stories when I was like 13/14/15 when I got bored with the classics, the things I know now are really bad were the ones that I enjoyed the most! So I try to retain that pulp feeling but within a more epic context. I think that Let The Right One In is my best story but Harbour is my best book and so I’m going more in the direction of Harbour generally.”
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For discussion of John Ajvide Lindqvist's novel Himmelstrand
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