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Fiction, Poetry, Essays and Letters from the Master of the Macabre, H.P. Lovecraft

Read the complete collection of writings from H.P. Lovecraft. This edition includes a fully linked table of contents so you can find your favorites easily and return to Lovecraft's work again and again. The following stories (plus poems, letters and essays!) are included in this massive eBook:
The Alchemist
At the Mountains of Madness
Azathoth
The Battle that Ended the Century
The Beast in the Cave
Beyond the Wall of Sleep
The Book
The Call of Cthulhu
The Case of Charles Dexter Ward
The Cats of Ulthar
Celephaïs
The Challenge from Beyond
Collapsing Cosmoses
The Colour out of Space
Cool Air
The Crawling Chaos
The Curse of Yig
Dagon
The Descendant
The Diary of Alonzo Typer
The Disinterment
The Doom That Came to Sarnath
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath
The Dreams in the Witch House
The Dunwich Horror
The Electric Executioner
The Evil Clergyman
Ex Oblivione
Facts concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family
The Festival
From Beyond
The Green Meadow
The Haunter of the Dark
He
Herbert West—Reanimator
History of the Necronomicon
The Hoard of the Wizard-Beast
The Horror at Martin’s Beach
The Horror at Red Hook
The Horror in the Burying-Ground
The Horror in the Museum
The Hound
Hypnos
Ibid
In the Vault
In the Walls of Eryx
The Last Test
The Little Glass Bottle
The Lurking Fear
The Man of Stone
Medusa’s Coil
Memory
The Moon-Bog
The Mound
The Music of Erich Zann
The Mysterious Ship
The Mystery of the Grave-Yard
The Nameless City
The Night Ocean
Nyarlathotep
Old Bugs
The Other Gods
Out of the Aeons
The Outsider
Pickman’s Model
The Picture in the House
Poetry and the Gods
Polaris
The Quest of Iranon
The Rats in the Walls
A Reminiscence of Dr. Samuel Johnson
The Secret Cave or John Lees Adventure
The Shadow out of Time
The Shadow over Innsmouth
Discarded Draft of The Shadow over Innsmouth
The Shunned House
The Silver Key
The Slaying of the Monster
The Statement of Randolph Carter
The Strange High House in the Mist
The Street
Sweet Ermengarde
The Temple
The Terrible Old Man
The Thing in the Moonlight
The Thing on the Doorstep
Through the Gates of the Silver Key
“Till A’ the Seas”
The Tomb
The Transition of Juan Romero
The Trap
The Tree
The Tree on the Hill
Two Black Bottles
Under the Pyramids
The Unnamable
The Very Old Folk
What the Moon Brings
The Whisperer in Darkness
The White Ship
Winged Death

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Monkey Puzzler is the second book in a trilogy. It follows young heroine, Zoe Marshall, as she challenges the strange occurrences in her hometown, Cristelee. In this sequel to The Soul Snatcher, Zoe is trying to write an essay when she comes across a strange story in the local newspaper. She is certain she has seen the article before... Meanwhile, Bob Waterhouse – following a traumatic encounter with monkeys and a lion in the local safari park – is offered a job as sales representative by a mysterious but charming stranger, Zak Araz, who seems to know all about Bob’s life. Bob begins his door-to-door selling with a special offer courtesy of Mr. Araz, a free computer game. When Zoe’s family plays the game, she notices a change in their behaviour as if they were being controlled. After a night out with a friend Zoe realises that a spell has been cast on the town. Puzzled by her brainwashed community, she sets out to find answers from Zak Araz and soon afterwards is paralysed by a venomous spider bite. As Zoe recovers in hospital, she notices that something weird is happening to the clocks and calendars. She believes that Zak is somehow responsible for all of the strange events and when astrophysicist Professor Tompkins reveals evidence of alien activity in the safari park Zoe realises that the future of the World and the Universe is under threat. With the help of the professor and promoted officer DI Benson, Zoe attempts to save her town and the planet from mass destruction. The story climaxes inside the monkey compound in the safari park with a battle between animals and humans, resulting in a terrifying conclusion. This adventurous novel will be enjoyed by children aged 10-16 who relish fantasy fiction. Readers of sci-fi will find this story out-of-this-world with excitement as heroine Zoe tries to save Cristelee.
Welcome to the 3 Books To Know series, our idea is to help readers learn about fascinating topics through three essential and relevant books. These carefully selected works can be fiction, non-fiction, historical documents or even biographies. We will always select for you three great works to instigate your mind, this time the topic is: Gothic Fiction. - A Sicilian Romance by Ann Radcliffe - The Old English Baron by Clara Reeve - The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe.Gothic fiction, which is largely known by the subgenre of Gothic horror, is a genre or mode of literature and film that combines fiction and horror, death, and at times romance. Its heyday was the 1790s, but it underwent frequent revivals in subsequent centuries. A Sicilian Romance is a gothic novel by Ann Radcliffe. It was her second published work, and was first published anonymously in 1790. The plot concerns the fallen nobility of the house of Mazzini, on the northern shore of Sicily, as related by a tourist who learns of their turbulent history from a monk he meets at the ruins of their once-magnificent castle. The Old English Baron is an early Gothic novel by the English author Clara Reeve. It was first published under this title in 1778, although it had anonymously appeared in 1777 under its original name of The Champion of Virtue, before Samuel Richardson's daughter, Mrs Bridgen, had edited it for her. Apart from typographical errors, the revision was trifling. The Fall of the House of Usher is a narrative short story by American writer Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1839 in Burton's Gentleman's Magazine before being included in the collection Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque in 1840. The short story is a work of gothic fiction and includes themes of madness, family, isolation, and metaphysical identities. This is one of many books in the series 3 Books To Know. If you liked this book, look for the other titles in the series, we are sure you will like some of the topic.
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