This is volume one of a two-volume omnibus set comprising the complete fictional works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Every story written for publication under his own name is included in this set, from 1917 through 1935. (Poems, ghost-written material, and stories written in collaboration with other writers are not included.) Highlights of this volume include:
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Hes like a cathy dobson, and i simply cant listen to him hes a horrible narrator ill leave it at that because theres just so many things wrong with his performance this being said i do have the volume 2 and after listening to that no way could i go another 20+ hours with him. Play the sample if you dont mind his droning voice thisll be great but for me its a deal breaker.
yes, HP lovecraft stories are truly great, however Finn almost made me want to never listen to these wonderful stories... ever.
one of the few places where you can find "the Call of Cthulhu"
Finn's performance is wretched. His sing song meter forced me to focus before going to sleep. He has no range and when he tries to make other voices it is wretched.
my god no. only someone on a week long cocaine and meth fueled binge could stay awake long enough to counteract Finn's sad performance.
great stories which are in desperate need of someone to properly read them
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