For one who loves horror, that feeling of creepiness will really like his book.
Lovecraft has a unique writing style that separates him from most other horror writers I have read, a tenaciously descriptive style with lots of rare old syllables.
This collection of H.P. Lovecraft stories is a great anthology and a good introduction to the writings of the horror master.
Truly not all of Lovecraft's best stories, but it is no way a disappointment. I would recommend this book as an on-the-go reading paperback. Read morePublished 3 days ago by anonymous
All righteo, boys and girls, listen up here. I have, by this time, accumulated a whole shelfload of H.P. Kovecraft collections. Some of them are short, some of them are long. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Paul Camp
For an author, creating something that is frightening can be a challenging thing, given that the subject matter is neither seen, nor heard by the reader. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. C. Amos
Lovecraft was suggested to me after listening to "Stuff You Should Know" podcast. Pretty chilling writer, but it's interesting to see how his stories interlace. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kyle
As a fan of H.P Lovecraft this book did not disappoint. If you are into the weird and creepy this is the book for you.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very nice collection of Lovecraft tales. A good cross section of his work. If you like horror, and Lovecraft, this is the book for you ,Published 8 months ago by Vincent Lurie MD
This tome is a collection of just enough of the essential works of Lovecraft. This is a perfect springboard to explore the rest of his work. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dane Bramage
I just got this and I love it. The stories are not long but they are good. If you like Stephen King and are a horror guru like I am, get this book.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really good 'day time' reading. H.P. is the master of horror and a great loss to the genre! Don't read this stuff at night unless the house is quite.Published 11 months ago by Michael S. Griffin