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Kenneth Hite
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Shelf Indulgence
Shelf Indulgence rated it 4 years ago
Of all the classic movie monsters, I'm least familiar with the mythology of the mummy, but as I think about it now, it seems to be reflective of the golem in Jewish folklore. Each is raised into being by magic, unstoppable, on a singular mission, and nearly indestructible, and once they're let loos...
Libromancer's Apprentice
Libromancer's Apprentice rated it 7 years ago
A sometimes dark, sometimes light, sometimes uncomfortably squicky collection of short stories. Lovecraftian in setting, and sometimes very Lovecraftian in mood, the stories range from implied sexuality to plainly stated smut, but less of the latter than one might expect from a book with a title a ...
Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it 7 years ago
Kenneth Hite knows his Lovecraft. He very opinionated and and you won't always agree with him (He thinks the oft anthologized The Outsider is one of Lovecraft's worst stories, he does make a good argument), but he hits the nail on the head more often than not. He also has some good insight on chee...
Ceridwen rated it 8 years ago
This hovers between 3 and 5 stars, because the concept amazes, yet the actuality turns out to be a work-a-day parody. I'm not sure I could expect more, because of cthulhu being what he/it is. If you have seen him/it, you are left a chittering mess - and omg, I just typoed that shittering, which is a...
Amadan na Briona
Amadan na Briona rated it 21 years ago
This was a great book as an In Nomine Los Angeles sourcebook (characters and settings was one of the things Derek Pearcy did well). But, like the entire Revelations cycle, it suffered from gaping plot holes that made it less playable as an adventure.
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