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1[[quoteright:250:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ava_alt_tvt.jpg]]²²Amelie C. Langlois is a Canadian author of surreal and macabre [[CosmicHorrorStory Cosmic Horror]], DarkFantasy, and [[AfterTheEnd Apocalyptic Science Fiction]] stories, usually featuring occult or otherworldly themes. Heavily influenced by Creator/HPLovecraft.²²Her works include:²[[index]]²* ''Literature/TheAstralWandererAndTheForestOfTears''²* ''Literature/TheSisterVerseAndTheTalonsOfRuin''²* ''Literature/TheSisterVerseAndTheDevouringGlass''²* ''The Sister Verse and the Crown of Eyes''²* ''The Sister Verse and the Throne of Void''²* ''BREACH: Paranormal Defense''²* ''Cafe Flesh''²* ''I Painted Something That Shouldn't Exist''²* ''I Got a Hole in the Universe for Christmas''²* ''Project Atlas''²* ''Something Is Eating Our Reality''²* ''Terminal Velocity''²* ''Bermuda Irons''²* ''Bound''²* ''Something Pretended to be my Penguin''²[[/index]]²²All of her books and short stories can be found on her [[http://www.amelieclanglois.com website]].²----²!!Tropes present in works by Amelie C. Langlois:²* ApocalypticLog: Most of the books have little intermissions or out-of-character documents interspersed throughout them, detailing apocalyptic events that provide additional information on the setting.²* CosmicHorrorStory: Almost every story falls within this category, usually involving extradimensional creatures that completely overwhelm the human characters.²* EldritchAbomination: These are usually the villains.²* DarkAndTroubledPast: Every character is like this. Every single one. Nobody is happy. Ever.²* {{Gorn}}: Every death is [[CruelAndUnusualDeath Cruel and Unusual]], and there’s a whole lot of death.²* ShootTheShaggyDog: Nobody gets a happy ending, and their efforts are symbolic at the very best.²* SurrealHorror: Most stories read like a fever dream thanks to their bizarre and hallucinatory circumstances.²* ThroughTheEyesOfMadness: Characters are driven insane by forces beyond their comprehension, and typically hallucinate a good deal of what happens to them.²* TraumaCongaLine: The answer to ''what happens next?'' is usually the worst possible thing.²* TheVerse: Every story shares a setting, and often have references to the same characters, places, and events.²----

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