Thst Is Not Dead: Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos through the Centuries
The great old ones, Cthulhu, Nyarlathotep, Yog Sothoth, and the rest, so vividly described by H. P. Lovecraft, have lurked in the dim places of the Earth since the beginning of time. That is not dead, wrote the mad poet Abdul Alhazred, which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even death may die.
You may reasonably wonder, then, why no one seemed to notice prior to the events in the Lovecraft stories. Was Cthulhu merely dreaming in sunken R'lyeh all this time, or did the dreams he sent out to mankind subtly influence, or pervert, human history? Were the outbreak of the Dunwich Horror and the resurrection of Charles Dexter Ward's ancestor Joseph Curwen, both of which occurred in the 1920s, unique events, or have similarly dreadful things happened before? What were the Mi-Go of Yuggoth doing in the centuries before they were discovered in the Vermont hills by Henry Wentworth Akeley, as told in The Whisperer in Darkness?
This book proposes that such horrific events did occur down the centuries. They just have not been adequately chronicled until now.
Condition: Pre-loved book. First special edition. In good condition.
Year published: 2015
Sub-genre: Fantasy, horror, short stories
Imprint: PS Publishing
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