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Early Horror Works | [H. P. Lovecraft]

Early Horror Works

A collection of horrifying stories by the master, H.P. Lovecraft. Listen to the story of a curious tourist's confrontation with "The Beast in the Cave". In "Dagon", a naval prisoner escapes his captors... but to what? "The Statement of Randolph Carter" recounts the horrifying experience of two researchers. A group of thieves get more than they bargain for when they choose "The Terrible Old Man" as their next victim. And a student of metaphysics is eerily intrigued by "The Music of Erich Zann".
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A collection of horrifying stories by the master, H.P. Lovecraft. Listen to the story of a curious tourist's confrontation with "The Beast in the Cave". In "Dagon", a naval prisoner escapes his captors... but to what? "The Statement of Randolph Carter" recounts the horrifying experience of two researchers. A group of thieves get more than they bargain for when they choose "The Terrible Old Man" as their next victim. And a student of metaphysics is eerily intrigued by "The Music of Erich Zann".

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"The five stories practically come to life as the words flow from the speakers. [Narrator] Sellin does a marvelous job of making each sentence breathe through his emotion and pitch.... Reminiscent of Poe and King, Lovecraft does a marvelous job in describing the fear of mankind and the desperate actions taken when succumbed by fear.... Eloquently produced." (Robert Denson, Sunpiper Press Book Review)

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