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The Transition of Titus Crow

Cthulhu Mythos Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Simon Vance
Series: Titus Crow, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 33 mins
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A time-space chiller-thriller in the Lovecraft Tradition. This is the second novel in Brian Lumley's Cthulhu Mythos series.

©1975 Brian Lumley (P)2016 David N. Wilson

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broken audio file.

the audio file is broken from 00:12:30 - 0016:00. they say they are looking into it but we will see.

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  • C.T.
  • Ashland, Ky USA
  • 02-14-17

Even better than the regular book

The Transition of Titus Crow is a fascinating follow-up to the Burrowers Beneath but not one which is without controversy. Brian Lumley takes the titular character and sends him on a 70s psychadelic trip across the multiverse in a time-travelling coffin which effectively turns the entire thing into Doctor Who meets Lovecraft. This the kind of story where the protagonist becomes a cyborg, journeys to science fiction heaven, outwits Yog-Sothoth, and talks with Cthulhu's benevolent brother. It's a crazy-crazy book and I'm very glad to have read it but it's not without flaws. Even so, Simon Vance does an amazing job here and I recommend people pick it up. Just don't expect a traditional Lovecraft tale.

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  • Mr D Jones
  • 02-11-18

Hated the deliberately broken narrative

The deliberate gaps in the story were too much. They just became annoying. I will continue with the series though.