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Credit to S.T. Joshi editor of "The Annotated H.P. Lovecraft" for this information on the publishing history.
Ah...but it is Lovecraft's consummate skill as a writer to build an environment out of nothing, and to make it so ultimately menacing in every detail.
I only gave it two stars because it was written in 1935 and maybe that's how horror stories were written then.
In case anyone doesn't know, HP Lovecraft is the author who gave us the wonderfully original and entertaining Cthulu, Outer Gods and Dreamland mythos. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Onyx
I found Lovecraft's writing to be dry, boring and fairly difficult to immerse myself in. I've been told that this was not the best place to start in regards to his writing, but I... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
I never thought that a book written in the 1930's could be so scary.
I am glad I found the reference to this book listed as a movie that Hollywood should make.
Do not buy this edition. It is a very poor copy to say the least. Within the first 10 pages there are numerous misspellings and a paragraph break in the middle of a character's... Read morePublished 1 month ago by colin
a classic tale of horror, love amorphous, smelly, tar~like entities that are as fast as a train. Go ahead, read it.Published 1 month ago by Diane M. McDevitt
Lovecraft has a style all his own. Like Poe he is the master of the unsaid or Hitchcock leads you on into the unspeakable. Does anyone have a Necronomicon I can borrowPublished 1 month ago by Charles Bossler
Although the Antarctic has been plumbed by this date, it is still easy to identify with the narrative of the protagonistPublished 1 month ago by jon stachelrodt
Leaves you with the need to read more about the fantastic universe Lovecraft has created.Published 1 month ago by lunapau