Out of the 250+ short stories and novellas, there is a reason why Blackwood's "The Man Whom the Trees Loved" is available (for free) in the Kindle store -- it is a classic "weird story." Like a fine wine, or good food, this story should be read slowly, without rush. There are no monsters, or horrors to overcome within the novella, only the growing knowledge of the man's relationship to the trees. After my last reading of the text I realized that the story is just as much about the wife as the man -- what she has to go through as the man passes over more and more to the influence of the forest. Maybe a better name for this story might be: "The Man Whom the Trees Loved, and the Wife Who Loved Him." This novella is highly recommended.