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.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Jeff Inlo - ManyBooks
Dr. Jim Sagacity has the special ability to see souls. He watches spirits depart this world in a display of pure wonder until he learns that not all souls are able to make this transition. With a new perspective of death, he attempts to intervene.
by T.M. Nielsen - Smashwords
Heku follows the life of Emily, a rancher from Montana, and Chevalier, a member of the blood-drinking species, the heku. As you delve into the world of the heku, a militaristic society intertwined with that of the humans.
by Washington Irving - D. Estes & company
Ghost story set in a cursed part of town called Sleepy Holow. Ichabod Crane finds himself hunted by a headless horseman who patrols the country. The book is an early American fiction story wonderfully told, which is still widely read today.
by William Thomas Linskill - J. & G. Innes
There are ghosts and phantoms round us ... Some are cold and some are clammy, Some are hot as hot can be. They can creep, and crawl, and hover, And can howl, and shriek, and wail, And those who want to hear of them Must read this little tale.