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Thursday, December 21

Book Review: Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos

Overall, it becomes very clear that Lovecraft wrote better horror than many of his imitators. The best of this collection find horror in the little things: a house, a child's terror, and the dark steeple of a church. In paying homage to Lovecraft, there was a fine line between paying tribute to his work and unintentionally parodying it. The authors that understood the difference wrote the most interesting stories. [MORE]

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posted by Michael Tresca at 8:24 AM


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