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Saturday, July 22, 2017

The Horror at Red Hook by H.P. Lovecraft

Another classic that I listened to on my way home from Tampa. The language is more of a dark prose. There's a story but it's filled with imagery.

My Review:
This is a really short story about a lonely and peculiar man known for dabbling in witchcraft and a police officer who witnesses something beyond imagination. The story is intense and filled with vivid imagery.

This is the first HP Lovecraft book I've listened to or read and I enjoyed it. The narrator, Austin Vanfleet is good and builds the intensity of the story with his voice and fluctuations.


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