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Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos Howard Phillips Lovecraft Forever Changed The Face Of Horror, Fantasy, And Science Fiction With A Remarkable Series Of Stories As Influential As The Works Of Poe, Tolkien, And Edgar Rice Burroughs His Chilling Mythology Established A Gateway Between The Known Universe And An Ancient Dimension Of Otherworldly Terror, Whose Unspeakable Denizens And Monstrous Landscapes Dread Cthulhu, Yog Sothoth, The Plateau Of Leng, The Mountains Of Madness Have Earned Him A Permanent Place In The History Of The MacabreIn Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos, A Pantheon Of Horror And Fantasy S Finest Authors Pay Tribute To The Master Of The Macabre With A Collection Of Original Stories Set In The Fearsome Lovecraft TraditionContents I I Cthulhu Fhtagn By Jim Turner As By James Turner The Call Of Cthulhu By HP Lovecraft The Return Of The Sorcerer By Clark Ashton Smith Ubbo Sathla By Clark Ashton Smith The Black Stone By Robert E Howard The Hounds Of Tindalos By Frank Belknap Long The Space Eaters By Frank Belknap Long The Dweller In Darkness By August Derleth Beyond The Threshold By August Derleth The Shambler From The Stars By Robert Bloch The Haunter Of The Dark By HP Lovecraft The Shadow From The Steeple By Robert Bloch Notebook Found In A Deserted House By Robert Bloch The Salem Horror By Henry Kuttner The Terror From The Depths By Fritz Leiber Rising With Surtsey By Brian Lumley Cold Print By Ramsey Campbell The Return Of The Lloigor By Colin Wilson My Boat By Joanna Russ Sticks By Karl Edward Wagner The Freshman By Philip Jos Farmer Jerusalem S Lot By Stephen King Discovery Of The Ghooric Zone By Richard A LupoffCover Illustration By John Jude Palencar

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10 thoughts on “Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos

  1. says:

    I I Cthulhu Fhtagn but not forever If the Universal Church of the Congregation of His Most Cosmically Cyclopean and Magisterial Mightiness, the Impenitent, Indomitable and Indefatigable Cthulhu aka He With Whom One Does Not Fuck ever designates a single tome as its bible, then this collection will surely be the one chosen as its most revered scripture This is the Rolls Royce of mythos

  2. says:

    Note, May 3, 2020 When I read short story collections intermittently over a long period of time, my reactions are similarly written piecemeal, while they re fresh in my mind That gives the reviews a choppy, and often repetitive, quality Recently, I had to condense and rearrange one of these into a unified whole because of Goodreads length limit and I was so pleased with the result that I dec

  3. says:

    Before I get surprised comments at me giving a book featuring King and Lovecraft such a low rating, just hear me out The Lovecraft and King stories were the highlight of the collection for me and I ll always read anything with them in it That being said, the rest of the stories in this collection were just DREADFUL They were so lacklustre that I wanted to cry tears of boredom Now I m all for author

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    Stories read The Call of Cthulhu H P Lovecraft 5 stars The Shambler from the Stars Robert Bloch 3 stars The Haunter of the Dark H P Lovecraft 5 stars The Shadow from the Steeple Robert Bloch 4 stars Rising with Surtsey Brian Lumley 3 stars Cold Print Ramsey Campbell 4 stars I definitely need to readCampbell My Boat Joanna Russ 2 stars finding a Russ story in here was unexpected, and although it was the mo

  5. says:

    I can t give itthan three stars because the other tales are derivative, but if you ve read all of Lovecraft and you want to read stuff he inspired by mostly competent horror authors, this is a great book The stories are hit or miss, but I should point out that a lot of them are from the 1930 s and written by Lovecraft s friends, so they have some historical relevance to the general Lovecraftian mythos Some of th

  6. says:

    This is a good book to have to see some very important Mythos tales penned by HPL s friends and contemporaries, which add a lot to the Mythos There are also some Lovecraft inspired stories that were written later, after HPL s death Some of the stories are what I d consider required reading for HPL fans just as much as the original HPL stories Not all of these stories are winners, however For example I understand August

  7. says:

    There are some very interesting stories in this collection, and some less interesting ones Some take Lovecraft s ideas and run with them to new concepts, while others attempt mere homage both of these takes have their hits My Boat, The Hounds of Tindalos and misses Discovery of the Ghooric Zone, Beyond the Threshold , but most are in between Arranged in rough chronological order from the late 1920s to the late 1970s, Tales of

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    This is a collection of stories by H P Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, and other greats, as well as genre authors who are not traditionally Cthulhuians Fritz Leiber, Biran Lumley, Stephen King, et.c The stories vary in their quality and style from the excellent, classic, Victorianesque prose of the greats, tofree form styles of contemporary authors I tend to prefer the former style, but some of my favorite stories also come from thec

  9. says:

    Here we have just the right mix of modern authors as well as Lovecraft s Mythos peers collected into one solid volume The Hounds of Tindalos, The Black Stone, The Return of the Sorcerer, and Jerusalem s Lot are all stand out stories and give a great primer to people that not only want to see what is out there without Lovecraft s fingers in their pies in regard to the Mythos, but what can easily be seen as stand alone stories in their own r

  10. says:

    Sticks by Karl Edward Wagner

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