Author(s): Lovecraft, H P
'To that flash of semivision can be traced a full half of the horror which has ever since haunted us . . . '
An expedition to Antarctica goes horribly wrong as a group of explorers stumbles upon some mysterious ancient ruins, with devastating consequences. At the Mountains of Madness ranks among Lovecraft's most terrifying novellas, and is a firm favourite among fans of classic horror.
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About the author:
Born in Providence, Rhode Island in 1890, Lovecraft was self-educated and lived in his birthplace all his life, working as a freelance writer, journalist, and ghostwriter. His best work - including some sixty or so short stories - was published from 1923 onwards in the pulp magazine Weird Tales. He died in 1937, in poverty and virtually unknown; today he is recognised as one of the great masters of horror fiction.
Number of Pages: 128
Publication Date: 20180618
Publisher: Penguin UK
Product Form: Paperback / softback
Dimensions (LxWxH): 195 mm128 mm10 mm
Weight: 102 gr
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