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Move Under Ground by Nick Mamatas

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Move Under Ground
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Publisher: Prime Books
ISBN/ASIN: 0809556731
ISBN-13: 9780809556731
Number of pages: 128

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In this tour de force, which is Mamatas' first novel, the Beats meet the elder gods of H. P. Lovecraft, and a harrowing time is had by all. It's the early sixties, and Jack Kerouac is hiding from his public in Big Sur, enjoying the company of a Hindu deity in the form of a redhead he calls Marie and waiting for word from Neal Cassady, his and many another Beat's charismatic hero. Word he gets, including some babbling on about the Old Ones rising out of the Pacific and sweeping across America.

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