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In this collection, you'll find some Mi-Go, Yog-Sototh, Shoggoths, King Arthur, British soldiers, some Deep Ones, scientists of various competencies, Roman centurions, the Antoinine Wall, a fair bit of singing, and some green blobby stuff. 

Twelve Lovecraftian tales, all previous published in anthologies.

©2019 William Meikle (P)2020 William Meikle

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where he lies, where he lies....

William Meikle has done it again! This is a great collection of Lovecraftian tales. From Roman soldiers battling Yog-Sothoth, to a retelling of The Horror at Red Hook, there is something here for everyone. All the stories are written perfectly. Each one kept me interested. They are all good but I think i liked the retelling of Red Hook the best or the first story. I laughed a few times during the King Arthur one. I listened to the audio book which is narrated by Mike Cuellar. He does a great job reading and with the accents. I requested this audio book in exchange for a honest review. This is it.

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Very enjoyable.

I received a free copy, in exchange for an honest review. That said, I really enjoyed this. The first story was my favorite. It invoked an image of a guy, with full ashtray and a bottle of cheap whiskey, recording the events of a horrible happening that he'd experienced; into a reel-to-reel recorder. The only thing that could have made this better, would be a full-cast performance; with sound effects.

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The Beginning Was Good

I started out enjoying these tales of Lovecraftian Terror; however, as the stories continued I started to find that the continuous repetition of some of the same phrases got to be repetitive and therefore the end result was somewhat disappointing. On the whole the stories are entertaining, just not as diverse as I was expecting. Mike Cuellar does a good job in his narration. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.