The Shunned House - H. P. Lovecraft Reviews
Description:ISBN 1606644416 / Genre: Horror / Author: H. P. Lovecraft / Paperback / 48 Pages / Book is published 2011-05-01 by Aegypan
Newest Review: ... and where he settled near the end of his life. The story centres on the strange history of an old house built in the earliest ... more
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by - written on 30/05/12, updated on 01/06/12 (Very useful, 117 readings)
H P Lovercraft is one of those authors that many people have heard of, even more are familiar with the film adaptations (mostly very lose adaptations) of his work but that surprisingly few have actually read any of his books. Lovecraft's work can be described as horror but more often than not it also included elements of fantasy and science fiction which led to his works being considered as a new sub genre of horror know as 'cosmic horror' or alternatively 'weird fiction'. He was fascinated by the idea that the universe is made up of many aspect that are fundamentally incomprehensible to the human mind and that are often intrinsically malign. Although not hugely ... Read the complete review
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