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text 2015-10-17 13:51
Reading Progress: 77% She Walks in Shadows

 

After what can only be described as a sagging middle, the stories are starting to pick up steam again. 

 

Cthulhu of the Dead Sea: a new form of microbes are found living and thriving in the toxic salt levels of the Dead Sea.  Guess what happens when they're brought to a lab for study?

 

Notes Found in a Decommissioned Asylum: a young woman recounts her days in a mental institution after discovering something that should've remained hidden.  But some people are fully aware of what she found and want to know why she still lives.

 

Not bad at all.

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text 2015-10-12 03:34
Reading Progress: 68% She Walks in Shadows

For a book that's supposed to be all about the Cthulhu mythos and Lovecraft's works, I ain't seeing a whole lotta tentacled monsters, starry blackness and Ancient Ones lurking in the pages.  So far half the book is generic horror stories that could be slapped into anything. 

 

I'm feeling kinda let down by it all at this point.

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text 2015-10-12 03:04
Reading Progress: 63% She Walks in Shadows

 

Eight Seconds: sorta an offbeat tale set in the Australian outback, but hey- at least a monster finally made an appearance.

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text 2015-10-12 02:14
Reading Progress: 48% She Walks in Shadows

 

Body to Body to Body: Gotta admit; didn't see that one coming.  Ties directly into the previous story, fleshing out two of the main characters and continuing their tale.  Again, a little bit confusing, but entertaining. 

 

Still no gibbering monsters, tho.

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text 2015-10-12 01:52
Reading Progress: 43% She Walks in Shadows

 

The Thing on the Cheerleading Squad.  More of a character study than anything; light on the Cthulhu stuff and predictable.  Starting to lose some enthusiam for this book.  Where's all the gibbering monsters and unspeakable horrors?

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