El horror de Dunwich

El horror de Dunwich

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Deadly forces are about to be awakened!

In the degenerate, unpopular backwater of Dunwich, Wilbur Whately, a most unusual child, is born. Of unnatural parentage, he grows at an uncanny pace to an unsettling height, but the boy’s arrival simply precedes that of a true horror — One of the Old Ones, that forces the people of the town to hole up by night, fearing for their lives, only able to trace the wreckage wrought by the gigantic, unseen monster by the bright light of day.

In his classic style, H. P. Lovecraft weaves unearthly fantasies of creatures beyond conception — existing between the dimensions that we know.

Title:El horror de Dunwich
Edition Language:Spanish
ISBN:9788420646039
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    El horror de Dunwich Reviews

  • Leonard Gaya

    The Dunwich Horror, written for Weird Tales around 1929, after The Colour Out of Space and before The Whisperer in Darkness, is probably one of the most significant pieces of the Cthulhu mythos. Once ...

  • Zain

    Lovecraftian Horror! 😱The small village of Dunwich is filled with decrepit houses, decrepit people and decrepit animals. It is the end of the Earth, on Earth!The Whateley family is worst of the wor...

  • Alejandro

    Lovecraft at his prime! SCARY AND SOLID AS HECK One of the best tales by H.P. Lovecraft......and part of the Cthulhu Mythos......AND......my personal favorite story written by H.P. Lovecraft!Thi...

  • Orient

    A Lovecrafty BR with my great GR friend Craig. Viva la Cthulhu and his kin 💜💜💜💜What a nice read with monsters! :) I liked this story a lot, the pace was quicker, the writing more engaging,...

  • Peter

    If you like the cosmic horror of Lovecraft (and who doesn't) and if you want to find out more about the Necronomicon, this is the right novella for you. Strange things are going on in the small villag...

  • Bill Kerwin

    I love first time reads, but I love re-reads even more, for with each re-reading, I learn more about the work, and more about myself too.The first time I read "The Dunwich Horror," I was twelve. “Du...

  • Mir

    For all the people who complain about Lovecraft's tendency to present horrors that are ineffable and indescribable, perhaps you will like better this horror that is writhy-tentacly and mutilates cattl...

  • Michael Gardner

    Refreshing to finally get a Lovecraft story written in the third person. This one is written rather like a series of newspaper reports accounting for the eldritch events in Dunwich. The impersonal ton...

  • Bentley ? Bookbastion.net

    I've been making an effort this year to broaden my horizons and read outside of my comfort zone. Part of that is to better acquaint myself with authors and works considered classic today. HP Lovecraft...

  • John Anthony

    Very visual and a smell beyond evil (my Kindle is amazing)! Set in a community of stunted individuals with strange goings-on in the outlying farmhouse. Mounting horror – of course – almost to the ...