The Cthulhu Cult: A Novel of Lovecraftian Obsession
by Rick Dakan
Publisher: Feedbooks 2010
Number of pages: 270
The Cthulhu Cult is a brilliant and scintillating novel of Lovecraftian terror. It grips the reader from the first page and develops a tremendous cumulative power. Anyone who has the least interest in H. P. Lovecraft's work will find The Cthulhu Cult a must-read.
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