Lovecraft (Eddy) - The Ghost-Eater, A Review

Diving headfirst into the abyssal cosmos of Lovecraftian horror and merging it with the elusive allure of C. M. Eddy, Jr's enigmatic storytelling, "The Ghost-Eater" is a grotesque tapestry woven with a blend of the grotesque and the bizarre.

Lovecraft - The Rats in the Walls, A Review

Among the grim chronicles of H.P. Lovecraft's foray into cosmic horror, "The Rats in the Walls" festers in a crypt of its own, subtly weaving an uncanny dread through its pages. It shines, like a sickly moon in a foreboding sky, illuminating the depths of human degeneration and the perpetual curse of ancestry.

Lovecraft - Ashes, A Review

Submerged in the murky depths of H.P. Lovecraft and C.M. Eddy Jr.'s conjoint creation, "Ashes," we find ourselves confronted by an embodiment of Lovecraft's signature cosmic horror and Eddy's skillful blend of the grotesque and psychological terror. It is a confluence of these creative minds that carves out an abyss of dread, establishing a macabre piece which forms a chilling cornerstone of their collaborative works.

Lovecraft - The Hound, A Review

Tartarean depths of literary horror, they hold tales, few and far between, that echo with a chill as does "The Hound" by Howard Phillips Lovecraft. A narrative, grotesque in its beauty, stands as testament to the author's craft, a tapestry woven of terror, ensnaring the reader in eldritch threads.

Lovecraft - Horror at Martin's Beach, A Review

As a chilling testament to mankind's insignificant standing amidst the indifferent cosmos, "Horror at Martin’s Beach," penned by the maestro of the macabre, H.P. Lovecraft, occupies an esteemed position in the annals of cosmic horror. This arcane tale resonates with Lovecraft's unmistakable mastery of the grotesque, forging a story that is as much an exploration of fear's profound depths as it is a stark revelation of the Universe's incomprehensible vastness.

Lovecraft - What the Moon Brings, A Review

In the realm of spectral literature, one would be hard-pressed to find a piece more hauntingly evocative than "What the Moon Brings" by the ineffable master of cosmic horror, Howard Phillips Lovecraft. Imbued with all the somber elegance and macabre imagery for which Lovecraft is lauded, this tantalizingly brief narrative serves as a vivid canvas of his singular style.

Lovecraft - Hypnos, A Review

In "Hypnos," Howard Phillips Lovecraft choreographs a morbid dance in a realm of dream and dread, where the boundaries of reality blur and crumble. Embodied in his distinctive style of cosmic horror, the tale unfurls a chilling narrative, pregnant with the omnipresent dread of the unknown and the unimaginable.

Lovecraft - The Lurking Fear, A Review

In the stygian tapestry of cosmic horror that is the literary assemblage of Howard Phillips Lovecraft, "The Lurking Fear" stands as an eerie and disquieting testament to his unnerving talent. A tale of chilling terror, Lovecraft masterfully weaves a narrative where humanity's most primitive fears crawl out from the shadows, their monstrous forms illuminated only by the terrifying flashes of tempestuous thunderstorms.



Pragmatic Journey is Richard (rich) Wermske's life of recovery; a spiritual journey inspired by Buddhism, a career in technology and management with linux, digital security, bpm, and paralegal stuff; augmented with gaming, literature, philosophy, art and music; and compassionate kinship with all things living -- especially cats; and people with whom I share no common language.