^Hey, hey, don't typecast EAPoe's stuff! He was also considered to be at the forefront of both the detective and sci-fi genres, in addition to horror. But don't worry, I shall learn you, young padowan.
Uhh... the cover is... okay, I guess. The hands are effective, sure, but they're kinda more silly than scary. They definitely don't make me want to pay an arm
and a leg for it, that's for sure.
But seriously, though, the black ooze seeping from where the hands are escaping from the book kinda reminds me of SH4. Y'know, that weird ooze that formed whenever the Victims passed through physical objects?