The works of Lovecraft online

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The works of Lovecraft online

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http://www.dagonbytes.com/thelibrary/lo ... index.html

read some of these. beyond the wall of sleep is good.
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I think I'm a dinosaur when it comes to reading books online - I just can't do it :(
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Apocalyptus wrote:I think I'm a dinosaur when it comes to reading books online - I just can't do it :(


I agree, It feels odd reading his stories or any others online. Though my suggestions would be the Outer Gods, Shadow Over Innsmouth, Call of Cthulhu and Whisperer in the Dark.
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Call of the Cthulhu was good. I am not a big fan of reading and i got into some of these.
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Thank you for this! I have about 40 bookmarks that are "The Complete Works of [writer]" and I guess I now have 41. Only this time, I might actually read a few of them.
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HARDKORE wrote:Call of the Cthulhu was good. I am not a big fan of reading and i got into some of these.


His other works within the Cthulhu Mythos are very similar. I'd suggest those since you enjoyed Call of Cthulhu. I did like his other ones too thus far, so I'd suggest at least giving those a shot too.
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I pulled this up and let my mom read one. i got a pegan good speach.
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That's the trouble with rednecks.

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HARDKORE wrote:pegan good speach.
For some reason I am unable to decipher the meaning of this phrase.
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As someone once said to me, "it's HARDKORE. Roll with it."

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Sorry, I spelled that wrong. Pagan.

She compared his work to Paganism
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Pagan god speech maybe?
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HARDKORE wrote:Sorry, I spelled that wrong. Pagan.

She compared his work to Paganism


Well his works aren't based in the Abrahamic beliefs.
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Ah I see. Well that seems a bit overzealous, although once when visiting my cousins when I was little my Auntie wouldn't let me watch Sabrina the Teenage Witch because 'witches are devil worshippers'.
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My aunt used to not let her children (or me when I was over) watch Sailor Moon because she thought encouraged worship of other gods. Oh crazy religious aunts.
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