H.P. Lovecraft's name has resounded throughout the years as a synonym of cosmic horror stories. This outstanding collection of short stories added as part of Lovecraft's public domain works is counted among his most inspiring and entrancing works, and is known to be one of the best story collections in the sci-fi and horror genre.Stories such as The Alchemist, the Herbert West stories, Ex Oblivion...
Publisher: IDB Productions (2016)
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meless City, have inspired and sparked readers' imagination throughout the past half a century, and continue to be counted among the author's most remarkable works.The collection includes 25 selected short stories, all part of the public domain, and are among the best examples of cosmic horror you will find. Lovecraft's universe is filled with unexpected discoveries and revelations, as well as his own unique take on dreams, memory, identity and advanced psychological understanding. It is also enriched by a highly active narrative and the discovery of new worlds, countries and civilizations that have inspired the creation of a variety of newer horror and sci-fi stories, shows and productions throughout the past few decades.Most readers will love the entertaining value of these stories, as Lovecraft leaves no stone unturned and rarely stops to breathe while recounting the amazing happenings that his stories tell of. Also, if you're more inclined toward the scientific and factual aspect of the possibilities that the tales presented here may entail, you'll be happy to note that the author spares no effort in portraying plausible and quite outstanding possibilities that, until his time, had not occurred to any other authors of science fiction or horror literature.Chances are you will enjoy at least some - if not most - of the stories written by H.P. Lovecraft as part of this exceptional collection, and you may even find yourself inspired to read some of his more well-known books and works, once you finish.