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Download eBook ✓ At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels of Terror The HP Lovecraft Omnibus #1 552 pages ì randarenewables Æ NIGHTMARE STORIES FROM THE LAND OF TOTAL FEARRenowned as one of the great horror writers of all time HP LovecNIGHTMARE STORIES FROM THE LAND OF TOTAL FEARRenowned as one of the great horror writers of all time HP Lovecraft produced works of enduring power Now gathered together into this omnibus vo I absolutely love HP lovecraft at first I found his works to be very hard to grasp but I suddenly just understood and I'm now addicted this book is delightful especially his dream circle works two of stuch are in this book

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S of Madness The Case of Charles Dexter Ward The Dreams in the Witch House The Statement of Randolph Carter The Dream uest of Unknown Kadath The Silver Key Through the Gates of the Silver K This book collects 7 novels and novella's written by Hp lovecraft I read all these between other books over a very long period I just finished the last story in here Most of these are part of his chuthullu mythos All the stories were at least enjoyable and some of them like at the mountains of madness or dreamuest in unknown kaddath are very good The language is very difficult at times but the way the language is used provokes a very chilling effect at times In the pacing and the characterization you feel that these stories are written in the 20's 30's and 40's But you also clearly see the influence Lovecraft has on modern horror writersLovecraft is a writer everybody should have at least sampled

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At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels of Terror The HP Lovecraft Omnibus #1Lume are seven classics of screaming supernatural terror and vilest horrorFront cover illustration by Tim WhiteContents Introduction H P Lovecraft's Novels by August Derleth At the Mountain Although I have read some Mythos stories it has taken me a while to actually dive into anything penned by Lovecraft himself I was not expecting to enjoy it as much as I did but other than the rather meandering The Dream uest of Unknown Kadath I found all these longer stories to be engaging and still for the most part uite chilling The Case of Charles Dexter Ward was the highlight of the book for me; a dark character piece with a few unexpected turns and genuinely creepy moments At the Mountains of Madness itself is like a blueprint for some of the classic horrorsci fi of the last 50 years the ancestry of Alien and The Thing are clear to see Lovecraft's style can be a bit flowery or the grim euivalent fungal? at times but this is not distracting once tuned into