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Jonathan L. Howard
Jonathan L. Howard is a game designer and BAFTA nominated scriptwriter of some twenty years experience. He's been a novelist since 2009, débuting with the darkly humorous "Johannes Cabal the Necromancer." Since then the sequels "Johannes Cabal the Detective" (2010), "Johannes Cabal: The Fear... show more



Jonathan L. Howard is a game designer and BAFTA nominated scriptwriter of some twenty years experience. He's been a novelist since 2009, débuting with the darkly humorous "Johannes Cabal the Necromancer." Since then the sequels "Johannes Cabal the Detective" (2010), "Johannes Cabal: The Fear Institute" (2011), and "The Brothers Cabal" (2014) have also seen print. A new Cabal novel is set for publication in late 2016.The first novel of his Russalka Chronicles trilogy, "Katya's World," a YA science fiction story that takes place on the dangerous and unforgiving ocean-covered world of Russalka, was published in 2012, the first sequel, "Katya's War," following in 2013. 2014 saw the beginning of the "Goon Squad" project, an ongoing story of mismatched superheroes, published in episodes. His new series of modern horror novels begins with "Carter & Lovecraft," due for publication in October 2015.Jonathan L. Howard lives with his family in the English West Country.

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Yzabel
Yzabel rated it 3 years ago
[I received a copy of this book through Netgalley.]This novel picks up where the previous one left (if you haven’t read it yet, stop here), or roughly, after Emily Lovecraft and Daniel Carter, alogn with Detective Harrelson, have been stranded in the Unfolded world for a few months, slowly adjusting...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 4 years ago
The Early 20th Century writer HP Lovecraft has spawned a whole sub-genre of horror dedicated to his ideas, often called the Cthulhu Mythos or Lovecraftian horror. Not surprising that nearly 100 years later, people are still re-imagining his work and characters. "Carter and Lovecraft" is a different ...
Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 4 years ago
It was a semi-interesting read in the beginning, but by the 50 percent mark, I had no desire to continue it. So when time ran out at the library, I didn't even try to renew it.The humor was on point, though. I can see why lots of people like it. I just didn't have the patience for it.
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it 4 years ago
Having sold his soul to the devil in order to learn the secrets of necromany, Johannes isn't pleased to discover that the bargain has not achieved the results he had hoped for and that in fact, he actually needs his soul back. This realisation results in a trip to hell to bargain with the devil to ...
A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it 5 years ago
*Book source ~ NetGalley Daniel Carter became a private investigator after a homicide he was working as a detective goes horribly sideways and totally weird. He just wants to forget about it, but he can’t. When he inherits a bookstore in Providence from a someone he doesn’t know things get strange...
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