Space Eldritch



Startling Stories Meets Weird Tales In SPACE ELDRITCH, A Volume Of Seven Original Novelettes And Novellas Of Lovecraftian Pulp Space Opera Featuring Work By Brad R Torgersen Hugo Nebula Campbell Nominee , Howard Tayler Multiple Hugo Nominee , And Michael R Collings Author Of Over 100 Books , Plus A Foreword By New York Times Bestselling Author Larry Correia, SPACE ELDRITCH Inhabits The Intersection Between The Eternal Adventure Of The Final Frontier And The Inhuman Darkness Between The Stars.Space Eldritch

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[Epub] ➟ Space Eldritch  ➤ D.J. Butler – Tiffanydaniels.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 250 pages
  • Space Eldritch
  • D.J. Butler
  • English
  • 10 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Space Eldritch

  1. says:

    I ll be honest H.P Lovecraft is not one of my favorite authors Oh, the mythos that has become his legacy is great, but the style of language is a slog to read About the only way I can really bring myself to sit through a Lovecraft tale is to listen to them in audio format, especially if the narrator has a lot of panache Still, the shall we say old fashioned views on race ring through, no matter what A man of his time, ...

  2. says:

    This is a long article If you re not interested in long articles, the short version is that I like Space Eldritch very much, and I recommend you buy it immediately so that you too can like it very much The long version follows.One of the great allures of H.P Lovecraft s writing was that it didn t so much cross genres as it did appropriate from them to make something uniquely his own There was a strong element of fantasy in his work dark fantasy, certainly, but his world was filled with hist This is a long article If you re not interested in long articles, the short version is that I like Space Eldritch very much, and I recommend you buy it immediately so that you too can like it very much The long version follows.One of the great allures of H.P Lovecraft s writing was that it didn t so much cross genres as it did appropriate from them to make something uniquely his own There was a strong element of fantasy in his work dark fantasy, certainly, but his world was filled with history, ancient civilizations, magic, monsters, prophecies, secret societies, and mysteries that defied the rational mind There was an equally strong element of science fiction the Elder Gods were wholly alien to us, they possessed intimate knowledge of the way the universe worked, and many of their servitors were actually aliens from other planets, and used unknown technologies to pursue their goals Ev...

  3. says:

    SPACE ELDRITCH is a Cthulhu Mythos themed series of novels which also involve space travel or far future science fiction for the human race It s basically got a little bit of Alien, some Event Horizon, a little bit of Hellraiser Bloodlines, and just a wee bit of Jason X to go around The stories are excellent throughout and I can t honestly think of any which one which I didn t like Whether it s the cross temporal shenanigans of Arise Thou Niarlat from they Rest , the crazy zealots of Space SPACE ELDRITCH is a Cthulhu Mythos themed series of novels which also involve space travel or far future science fiction for the human race It s basically got a little bit of Alien, some Event Horizon, a little bit of Hellraiser Bloodlines, and just a wee bit of Jason X to go around The stories are excellent throughout and I can t honestly think of any which one which I did...

  4. says:

    To summarize An excellent collection of stories that I almost didn t read because the first story is so bad The rest of the stories deliver the expectations of the cover, and the last story, by Howard Taylor, is most excellent Read this book just skip the first storyor save it til last And now, for a story by story analysis Arise Thou Niarlat From Thy Rest by D.J Butler Total crap I confess I only read half the story and then moved on This story was such a mess that I almost put To summarize An excellent collection of stories that I almost didn t read because the first story is so bad The rest of the stories deliver the expectations of the cover, and the last story, by Howard Taylor, is most excellent Read this book just skip the first storyor save i...

  5. says:

    In space, no one can hear you gibber in maddness Theme for Space Eldritch I Three stories stood out to me in particular Space Opera by Michael R Collings, The Shadows of Titan by Carter Reid and Brad R Torgerson, and Flight of the Runewright by Howard Taylor I liked the trajectory of these three stories the best, was sucked in by the tension and the premises they presented, I liked the characters, and the story endings remained most distinct in my mind Space Opera follows the cre In space, no one can hear you gibber in maddness Theme for Space Eldritch I Three stories stood out to me in particular Space Opera by Michael R Collings, The Shadows of Titan by Carter Reid and Brad R Torgerson, and Flight of the Runewright by Howard Taylor I liked the trajectory of these three stories the best, was sucked in by the tension and the premises they presented, I liked the characters, and the story endings remained most distinct in my mind Space Opera follows the crew of unempathetic, insect like aliens on a journey to colonize new worlds Michael Collings has a wonderful way with description that makes the weirdness of the primary creatures in this story intriguing His prose is just beautiful, though the world and characters he s created are terrifying.Brad Torgerson is a master storyteller I enjoyed his descriptions and his ability to manipul...

  6. says:

    Very enjoyable blend of space opera and Lovecraftian mythos This is an anthology featuring some highly original stories Recommended for those who want to read some mythos stories outside of the usual.

  7. says:

    6 Stars Easily one of the sweetest collections of dark sci fi horror tales I ve ever read Nate Shumate s The Menace Under Mars was for me the tastiest story of all, though there wasn t a single filler in the midst Truly a 6 out of 5

  8. says:

    Very solid anthology Only one or two of the stories collected are clinkers, the rest are excellent If you have a passing interest in either Space Opera or Cthulhu Mythos definitely pick this one up.

  9. says:

    I actually picked a copy of and in searching for it, came across this little gem I admit, the cover for Space Eldritch is fareye catching, which is why I ended up grabbing it as well What I found inside was quite a mix of stories, which I will try to touch on the ones that had the best or worst impact on me while reading Gods in Darkness David J West w...

  10. says:

    In space, no one can hear you gibber in maddness Theme for Space Eldritch I Three stories stood out to me in particular Space Opera by Michael R Collings, The Shadows of Titan by Carter Reid and Brad R Torgerson, and Flight of the Runewright by Howard Taylor I liked the trajectory of these three stories the best, was sucked in by the tension and the premises they presented, I liked the characters, and the story endings remained most distinct in my mind Space Opera follows the cre In space, no one can hear you gibber in maddness Theme for Space Eldritch I Three stories stood out to me in particular Space Opera by Michael R Collings, The Shadows of Titan by Carter Reid and Brad R Torgerson, and Flight of the Runewright by Howard Taylor I liked the trajectory of these three stories the best, was sucked in by the tension and the premises they presented, I liked the characters, and the...

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