Sheep is a horror novel by British author Simon Maginn, originally published in 1994 and reissued in 1997. It is now out-of-print. The book provided the basis for the 2005 film The Dark, although the plot changed drastically in the conversion from book to film.
A young family moves to rural Wales to renovate a farmhouse and recover from the drowning death of their daughter, Ruthie. While there, the family witnesses a series of terrible mutilations of sheep by an unknown perpetrator.
- Paperback, Corgi, 1994. ISBN 0-552-14122-4
- Hardbound, Severn House, 1995. ISBN 0-7278-4829-1
- Paperback, White Wolf, 1997. ISBN 1-56504-910-1
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