Howard Lovecraft

The Call of Cthulhu and At the Mountains of Madness

Professor William Dyer of the the Miskatonic University knew that the antarctic was a forlorn, dangerous place, but nothing could have prepared him and his expediting for what they would find in the Mountains of Madness. They discover an abandoned city from ancient times. But is it really abandoned? And will any of them be able to get out alive? A sublime horror novel by one of the greatest horror writers of all time.
155 printed pages
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    Ibtisam Bhattishared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Lovecraft has maintained a very realistic idea through the view of Professor Dyer throughout the entire story. Through suspense and discovery, he kept me stuck to the pages from the beginning to the end!

    Andy Hernandezshared an impression6 years ago
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Quotes

    UGLYPUPhas quoted8 years ago
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    In 1921, while attending a convention of the UAPA in Boston, Lovecraft met Sonia Greene, a widowed Brooklyn milliner seven years his senior. Their brief, disastrous marriage took him to New York City for two years; his return to Providence in the spring of 1926 prompted the greatest creative outburst of his short career.
    Илья Носовhas quoted9 months ago
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    mariabykoshandrom01has quoted2 years ago
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