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The Face of Cthulhu and Other Weird Poetry and Tales Audiobook

The Face of Cthulhu and Other Weird Poetry and Tales Audiobook

$4.99

by The Voice Before the Void

  • Narrated by: The Voice Before the Void
  • Length: 2 hrs and 11 mins
  • Release date: 05-02-19
  • Language: English

Description

A collection of 18 poems and six stories, weird as fungi. Ghosts, monsters, and aliens; empresses, adventurers, and cultists; and a lot of death. Includes the poems “Walpurgisnacht” and “Terrors of the Night of April Twenty-Ninth“, and the prize-winning Lovecraftian story “Looking into the Can”.

“The ambition of this collection is to be a ‘quaint and curious volume’.”

“A volume to be listened to in your study, the lamp glowing, the curtains moving slightly with the air through the window. But is the window open?”

“Or to be listened to in your car, the headlights bobbing, the countryside rolling by empty. But did something move upon that hill?”

The Face of Cthulhu and Other Weird Poetry and Tales

Contents: 

“Walpurgisnacht” – poem

“A Short Account of Unremembered Ancient Times” – poem

“Weird Adventure” – poem

“The Stairwell” – tale

“Zard Tsarina” – poem

“Looking into the Can” – tale

“Omniscience” – poem

“Engine Room” (Blue and Orange) – tale

“An Apology for Superstition” – poem

“The Cromcast: A Sonnet” – sonnet

“Stelae” – poem

“Terrors of the Night of April Twenty-Ninth” – poem

“Power of Prayer” – poem

“In Houses of Dying Light” – prose-poem

“The Earthling” – tale

“Kyboks Coming Out of the Skies” – poem

“The Face of Cthulhu” – poem

“Devourer Emperor” – poem

“Inconceivable Horror” – tale

“The Cult of the Monstrous Man-God” – tale

“The Golden, Gory Way” – sonnet

“Ghosts” – poem

“Just Think” – epigram

“Slumber” – poem 

Additional information

Author

The Voice Before the Void

Language

English

Length

2 hrs and 11 mins

Narrated by

The Voice Before the Void

Release date

05-02-19

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