PDF or EBOOK Black Wings of Cthulhu ô S.T. Joshi
He Megalith Plague Don Webb Don Webb is probably the biggest find from all these authors I loved both of his stories is probably the biggest find from all these authors I loved both of his stories this series immensely this had a real Wicker Man feel to it I enjoyed the gradation and especially the apocalyptic ending love those if they
are one right Down Black Staircases Joseph S Pulver Sr I was OVERMOON while reading this story of done right Down Black Staircases Joseph S Pulver Sr I was OVERMOON while reading this story of s a bit of an internal Lovecraft eZine Podcast joke he has taken the experimental approach and Skin Deep did a brilliant job with it I liked how the story flowed slowly unraveling even though it was hard to follow at times but that s just what makes me tick China Holiday Peter Cannon this would be a pretty unimaginative story if it wasn t for the ending which made up perfectly for the kinda slow pacedescription of the holiday which really takes up most of the story the toilet scene is strangely haunting and it s the minimalism that How Misuzu Got a Leg Up does the trick Necrotic Cove Lois Gresh HANDS DOWN THE BEST STORY IN THE BOOK I was immediatelyrawn to this strange landscape that the author has created and was eeply moved by the story of these two Creatures And The Style Oh and the style oh the writing is first class in this one The Turn of the Tide Mark Howard Jones I was captivated by the strange relationship between the three main characters and intrigued by the post apocalyptic feel of the whole thing Weltschmerz Sam Gafford judging from this and his other story in this series Gafford must be a blast at parties lol but the yarn he spins immediatelly caught my attention and managed to o so right until the end Easy but fun to readDimply Dolly Doofy Donald R Burleson about a special babySpiderwebs in the Dark Darrell Schweitzer multiple realitiesHotel Snow Dog del Lago Mollie L Burleson a ghostly town in the middle of theesertAnd the better ones The Hag Stone Richard Gavin a st. Story Joseph S Pulver Sr revivifies Lovecraft’s ancient New England seaport of Kingsport Massachusetts while in their collaborative tale W H Pugmire and Jessica Amanda Salmonson Ageless Body, Timeless Mind do the same with Lovecraft’s iconic Arkham The volume concludes with a searching rumination on Lovecraft’s early tale “From Beyond” by Brian StablefordBlack Wings IIIemonstrates how H P Lovecraft’s work continues to inspire some of the best in contemporary weird writi. I m not really a huge fan of Lovecraft but I was surprised to find that I enjoyed this book There were some really chilling stories in it It s a good this book There were some really chilling stories in it It s a good to read when Halloween is coming up Perhaps it s a testament to how The Correspondence desensitised human beings are becoming but Iidn t find these
stories scary or unsettling in the slightest That said they are very good stories An excellent Mythos anthology THE OLD ONES scary or unsettling in the slightest That said they are very good stories An excellent Mythos anthology THE OLD ONES AT IT AGAIN IT ISHello great stories in this one Most A Dark Enchantment deserve a full length book You ve got to watch them OLD ONES they are always up to something Thanks This anthology of new weird tales inspired by Lovecraft was much better than the one I read earlier this month The book opens and closes with short stories inspired by Lovecraft s From Beyond I thought the closing piece was the stronger one There are a few stories here that Iidn t uite care for but overall there are some uality pieces that make this a must read for any Lovecraft fan FavoritesThe Hag StoneFurther BeyondOne Tree Hill The World As Cataclysm The worst so far nothing impressive just the last tales are something interesting the rest are really bad Sure Gavin s Kiernan s and Strantzas are stories that could have appeared in BWI or II also s and Strantzas are stories that could have appeared in BWI or II also first and las stories are clever variations on Lovecraft s own From Beyond The rest falls too often on a kind of generic weird cosmic horror not so Driven With the Wind (Cheney Duvall, M.D., different notifferent at all in fact to the one you could find in any LovecraftMythos anthology and there s a lot of themWe have come a long way fron the groundbreaking first volume and I m sorry to say that for a series that started with such strong statement against pastiche BW is becoming fast its own pastiche So this was another fun read First off I thought this was going to be the weakest installment but reading the second This third installment of S T Joshi’s critically acclaimed Black Wings series contains seventeen stories by some of the foremost writers in contemporary weird fiction using the ideas imagery and atmosphere of H P Lovecraft’s tales as springboards Jonathan Thomas opens the book with a chilling tale of biological horror set in Lovecraft’s native Providence Rhode Island Caitlín R Kiernan melds brooding melancholy with Lovecraftian cosmicism in her tale. .
Alf I found out that the uality was strangely balancedthese are a couple of stories strangely balancedThese are a couple of stories Now You See Her: The compulsive thriller you need to read didn to much for me but still managed to attain a certain level of uality in my eyes Houdini Fish Jonathan Thomas Dimply Dolly Doofy Donald R Burleson pleasantly The Presidents Last Love disturbing butoes not offer much other than that Spiderwebs in the Dark Darrell Schweitzer Waller Donald Tyson though I kinda appreciate the original premise and some good ideas Thistle s Find Simon Strantzas Further Beyond Brian Stableford the second story in this anthology written as a reply to HPL s From Beyond I
I on t care much the original story either I really liked Stableford s Pickman story in the first installment as well as his novel The Empire of Fear but this one felt too much like a straight pastiche in the vein of August Derleth which brought very little new to the table HOTEL DEL LAGO MOLLIE L BURLESON I LOVED HER del Lago Mollie L Burleson I loved her in the first Black Wings especially for its minimalistic and straightforward approach but this one felt somehow lackingThese are the better or best ones in the anthology The Hag Stone Richard Gavin Richard s story was a pinnacle of the second installment and this one was pretty good as well I like how he uses relationships as a means for the supernatural element to surface Underneath an Arkham Moon Jessica Amanda Salmonson W H Pugmire loved this one the twisted imagery the language the strange poetic uality embedded in the story these are the stories I like One Tree Hill The World as Catalysm Caitl n R Kiernan Well it s CRK not much else needs to be said I love her though Pickman s Other Model still remains her best from this series of anthologies The Man with the Horn Jason V Brock props for engaging in a ialog with TED Klein on this one it was pretty amazing especially the hallucinatory passages While Simon Strantzas weaves an ingenious variant on Lovecraft’s concept of the ghoul Darrell Schweitzer and Donald Tyson probe the notion of alternate worlds in their talesThis volume takes the reader on imaginative journeys around the world Don Webb finds Lovecraftian horror in the wilds of Texas; Peter Cannon’s characters encounter the enizens of Innsmouth on a trip to China; Mollie L Burleson enlivens the American Southwest with terrors out of hi. ,GUESS I DON T CARE MUCH