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- Print Length: 161 pages
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- Publisher: Innsmouth Free Press (November 18, 2014)
- Publication Date: November 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OF32DW6
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So many of Lovecraft's own tales boil down to: I saw a weird thing, and it totally freaked me out. Mamatas' tales, which follow closely, lovingly, but never blindly, in the steps of Lovecraft, are about what happens when you don't freak out, even if the thing you see is unbearable; even if you lose your entire mind. Madness, in the Nickronomicon, is no impediment to progress. Ancient horrors are nothing to turn away from, not when there is a thesis to be written, perhaps, or a buck to be made. Lovecraft's mastery is in gazing, horrified, into the abyss; Mamatas' is in leaping calmly into it, and spinning a cracking yarn on the way down to oblivion.