Short Story That Inspired GUNS N' ROSES' 'November Rain' Video Set For Reprint In March

According to, author/journalist and longtime Axl Rose associate Del James' first book, "The Language of Fear", which features an intro by Rose and the short story "Without You", which inspired the GUNS N' ROSES video "November Rain", is scheduled to be reprinted in March.

"The Language of Fear" has 339 pages and is a collection of short dark fiction stories released in 1995 by Dell Books, a division of Bantam Doubleday Publishing, part of the "Abyss" line of psychological horror. The book has been long out of print and copies can sell for hundreds of dollars on online auction sites.

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