If you're trying to put together a good idea of exactly what something is, this book has it.
Mr. Harms cites Chris Jarocha-Ernst's A Cthulhu Mythos Bibliography and Concordance from 1999 as useful in this regard.
It's a wonderful, straightforward reference book, and if you're a fan of the mythos, definitely pick this book up!
This book will clear up any questions you have about the Mythos. It's an invaluable aid if you are GMing a Call of Cthulhu game, however I wouldn't sit down and read it because it... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marc
This is a very detailed book of everything Mythos. If you need to look up something it has it.
The book is well organized and I use it once in a while for my role... Read more
This is a great book for ANYTHING related to the Cthulhu or Lovecraft mythos. Very informative with great reference on every entry!Published 7 months ago by William M. Buff
comprehensive and complete. I love this reference! If you're a HPL fan, you need this reference. If you'ever gotten a headache trying to remember what story(ies) had a certain... Read morePublished 9 months ago by A. D. Boorman
Purchased this book as a gift for my fiancé and he absolutely loves it! He's been reading it constantly! :)Published 9 months ago by Heather
I got it brand new and really fast. I have to admit...I thought it would have a few pictures in the pages... Or a more exciting font. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Rachel Miracle
great reference document for when you get into an online argument regarding minutia of Cthulhu. Also looks impressive in your bookcase to those who also worship at the lovecraft... Read morePublished 10 months ago by l dubya
The book is the third edition and it is the best one. It is well-written and profound, telling a lot about minor entities, books and characters from Mythos. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Persio Sandir Doliveira