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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

H.P. Lovecraft E-Book Collection - Short Stories, Novels, Essays, Letters, & Poetry



This is the last installment of my H.P. Lovecraft finale for Halloween Countd0wn 2008. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I am unable to post the Edgar Allan Poe collection that I mentioned in an earlier post. I hope that these Lovecraft posts will be enough satisfy your horror needs though. I leave you with a large collection of H.P. Lovecraft e-books. This collection contains a mixture of short stories, novels, essays, letters, poetry, and simple musings. Although this is not a complete collection of everything that Lovecraft ever wrote, it is pretty damn close to it.

All of these e-books are in PDF format. Again, if you don't have a PDF viewing program, I would recommend downloading Foxit PDF Reader, which can be downloaded for free here. I hope you have enjoyed these Lovecraftian goodies. Please leave a comment if you did. It took a long time for me to put all of these posts together, especially the lengthy audio book collection post, and it would be great to hear some type of feedback. Happy Halloween!

Edit: I couldn't have stumbled across a better image to grace the top of my last post for the countdown. It's a painting of Cthulhu wearing a H.P. Lovecraft mask while trick-or-treating. If that isn't fitting I don't know what is...

Book List:




A Dark Lore
An American To Mother England
Astrophobos
At The Mountains of Madness
At The Root
Azathoth
Beyond The Wall of Sleep
Cats and Dogs
Celephais
Christmas Blessings
Christmastide
Cool Air
Dagon
Death
Despair
Essential Guide To Cthulhu
Ex Oblivione
Fact and Fancy
Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and his Family
From Beyond
Fungi From Yuggoth
Good Saint Nick
Halloween in a Suburb
He
Herbert West Reanimator
History of the Necronomicon
Hypnos
Ibid
Imprisoned With The Pharaos
In The Vault
Laeta; A Lament
Letter To August Derleth
Lines On General Robert Edward Lee
Little Tiger
Medusa's Coil (With Z. Bishop)
Memory
Metrical Regularity
Nathicana
Necronomicon - Book Of Spells
Nemesis
Notes On Writing Weird Fiction (Essay)
Notes On Writing Weird Fiction
Nyarlathotep
Old Bugs
On Reading Lord Dunsany's Book Of Wonder
On Receiving a Picture of Swans
Out of the Aeons (With H Heald)
Pacifist War Song
Pickman's Model
Poemata Minora Vol. II
Poetry and the Gods (With A.H. Crofts)
Polaris
Providence
Revelation
Supernatural Horror In Literature (Essay)
Sweet Ermengrade By Percy Simple
Sweet Ermengarde Or, The Heart of a Country Girl
The Alchemist
The Allowable Rhyme
The Beast In The Cave
The Bride of the Sea (Poetry)
The Bride of the Sea
The Call of Cthulhu
The Case of Charles Dexter Ward
The Cats of Ulthar

The Cats
The City
The Colour Out Of Space
The Conscript
The Crawling Chaos
The Descendant
The Disinterment (With D.W.Rimel)
The Despised Pastoral
The Doom That Came To Sarnath
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath
The Dunwich Horror
The Evil Clergyman
The Festival
The Garden
The Green Meadow (With W.V. Jackson)
The Haunter of the Dark
The Horror At Martin's Beat (With S.H. Greene)
The Horror at Red Hook
The Hound
The House
The Last Test (With A. De Castro)
The Lurking Fear
The Man Of Stone (With H.Heald)
The Messenger
The Moon-Bog
The Music of Erich Zahnn
The Nameless City
The Night Ocean (With R.H. Barlow)
The Other Gods
The Outsider
The Peace Advocate
The Picture In The House
The Poet's Nightmare
The Quest of Iranon
The Rats In The Walls
The Rose of England
The Shadow Out Of Time
The Shadow Over Innsmouth
The Shunned House
The Silver Key
The Statement of Randolph Carter
The Strange High House In The Mist
The Street
The Temple
The Terrible Old Man
The Thing In THe Moonlight (With J.C. Miske)
The Thing On The Doorstep
The Tomb
The Transition of Juan Romero
The Trap (With H.S. Whitehead)
The Tree On The Hill (With D.W. Rimel)
The Tree
The Unnamable
The Very Old FOlk
The Whisperer In The Dark
The White Ship
The Wood
Through The Gates of The Silver Key (With E.Hoffman Price)
Till A The Seas (With R.H. Barlow)
To Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkelt, 18th Lord Baron Dunsany
Tosh Bosh
Two Black Bottles (With T.B. Talman)
Waste Paper - A Poem Of Profound Insignificance
What The Moon Brings
Where Once Poe Walked
Within The Walls Of Eryx (With K. Sterling)


Download: H.P. Lovecraft E-Book Collection
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5 comments:

Subcomandante Marcos said...

Thanks for all the Lovecraftian goodies!
Cheers!!

Anonymous said...

This has become one hell of a Lovecraftian resource! Many thanks for all your hard work - this project is invaluable.

QEF

Zer0_II said...

sumcomandante macos & anonymous: Thank you for commenting. I'm glad that you all appreciate the effort and I hope you enjoy them.

radhock said...

Thanks, thanks, thanks - this will replace (to a large extent) my collection of H P Lovecraft paperbacks dating from about 1970. Still remember the gob-smacked effect of Colour out of Space when I first read in in the late 60s (hey, I'm an older reader but not totally tasteless)

Anonymous said...

Ia iak sakkakh iak sakkakth
Ia shaxul
Ia kingu ia cthulu ia azbul
Ia azabua

or in plain words :thanks a hellofalot
cheeers - harry lime