The Essential H.P. Lovecraft Collection - H. P. Lovecraft

The Essential H.P. Lovecraft Collection

By H. P. Lovecraft

  • Release Date: 2010-07-29
  • Genre: Horror
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 55 Ratings)

The Essential H.P. Lovecraft Collection by H. P. Lovecraft epub - ebook - audiobook

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Over a dozen essential works by H.P. Lovecraft are in one giant collection with an easy to navigate table of contents.

At the Mountains of Madness

The Call of Cthulhu

The Case of Charles Dexter Ward

The Color Out of Space

Darkness

The Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath

The Dreams in the Witch-House

The Dunwich Horror

Herbert West: Reanimator

The Horror at Red Hook

The Horror in the Museum

Hypnos

Imprisoned with the Pharaohs

The Lurking Fear

The Other Gods

The Shadow Out of Time

The Shadow Over Innsmouth

Shunned House

The Thing on the Doorstep

Through the Gates of the Silver Key

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  • I love it

    5
    By Scott Charles Adams
    The macabre collection if stories from Lovecraft inspire my short stories, especially those of which are the most horrific.
  • A must have

    5
    By MetroTek5
    A must have for any discriminating fan of the macabre ....
  • Great

    5
    By bringme115
    I love the call of cathulu (i cant spell that) the shadow over insmouth and more and its cheep get it
  • Convenient

    2
    By Jawa85
    I don't know if any or all of these stories are available on Project Gutenburg, but that seems to be the type of source. No apparent proofreading. It's nice to have all the stories in one place, but it would be even better if some modicum of effort had been made to check for typos.

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