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The Library of America is to be commended for publishing this splendid collection of H. P. Lovecraft's fiction.
His stories incorporate elements of occult lore, science fiction, and cosmic terror with a writing style that is unique, though some have suggested overdone.
Not only is it beautiful in a simple and subtle way, it contains all the work that makes Lovecraft so memorable.
You wonder where al the horror stuff came from...mad genius here. Amazing...takes up where Poe stopped.Published 11 days ago by BobBill
The tales themselves are superb, but 900 pages in a book. It's a bit hard to carry around on the Berlin metro.Published 1 month ago by Bartok Kinski
I had always heard about the classic horror stories by H.P. Lovecraft. After reading Dracula, I figured I could handle it. I don't like horror stories usually. Read morePublished 1 month ago by kindlefan
I'm not generally the kind of person who gets scared by what I'm reading. Some of the stories in here will make you want to crap your pajamas.Published 1 month ago by Mathieu C Demers
If you are a fan of HPL, this is the book you need. It is written in his style. (He takes a lot more words before getting to the point). But that's his style of writing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Anita Calderoni
I do love horror books, but I haven't tried reading the works of H.P. Lovecraft and i know that this was already around when I was still young I do know that the genre is... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Albert Bearden
The Kindle version of this book is misleading. It appears to be the digital version of a different hardback, one that contained the best stories of H. P. Read morePublished 3 months ago by furniturediva
I read some of this because I thought I should give Lovecraft a try. Sadly, it struck me as a very poor imitation of Poe...Published 4 months ago by Edwin A. Quist