The Call of Cthulhu - H. P. Lovecraft

The Call of Cthulhu

By H. P. Lovecraft

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-06-03
  • Book Genre: Short Stories
  • Author: H. P. Lovecraft
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 135 Ratings)

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The Call of Cthulhu and Other Horror Tales by H. P. Lovecraft is a collection of 15 chilling tales from one of the masters of macabre storytelling.

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Posted Reviews

  • Seems cool

    5
    By Thecrazypotato
    I love these things about Cthulhu. It seems amazing and this book is recommended for book worms
  • Idk

    3
    By Livi loohoo
    What ages is this for, I would like to read it to some 10 year old at a camp I go to but I'm not sure if it is their age appropriate ❤️❤️❤️
  • Cool book

    4
    By Yhknbdt
    I have to say, I think Edgar Allen Poe and lovecraft are tied for my favorite horror writers. H.p.'s wording makes you really have to imagine Cthulhu and r'lyeh. Unfortunately some parts were pretty boring, but overall it was a creepy story (don't try to imagine r'lyeh to much though, it'll drive you mad!)
  • Wow

    3
    By DoD Anime
    I've read the comments and I said lets see if this story is as good as the people say that started worshipping Cthulhu but yea ,no. Was creepy though.
  • Spooky

    5
    By Baby Bugs Bunny
    After I read these stories the dark lord Cthulhu possessed me and had me sacrifice all the non-believers
  • All praise the dark one

    5
    By Dr.droop
    All praise lord cthullu, thou arch fiend which enveloped by typhoons of despair and agony shall release us from immortal sin and punishment

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