Three more Lovecraftian book recommendations

I hope all of you are having a happy Monday.  Maybe this will help… I’ve just added three more books to the Lovecraftian books lists!

To the “Recent Lovecraftian Books” list:

The Whisperer in Dissonance, by Ian Welke.  Annie sleeps in fitful spurts dreaming of an altered world populated by drone-like slaves and gangly masters. Her dreams leave her panicked and ragged as if she hadn’t slept at all. Is there a barely audible voice buzzing in the background hum? Or is the sleep deprivation driving her to delusions? When a computer virus spreads across email, social networking, and phone texts, people begin exhibiting the drone-like behavior from her dream. Who can she trust? Can she learn to distinguish what is real from the background noise, or will she become just another drone?

The Revenant of Rebecca Pascal, by W.H. Pugmire and David Barker.  I love this book.  It’s full of atmosphere, and I’m flattered that it was dedicated to me and to “The Lovecraft eZine”.  In witch-haunted Arkham, the restless spirit of the narrator’s great-aunt, the notorious poetess Rebecca Pascal, takes possession of an innocent woman and brings havoc to all who encounter her. Richard, to whom she bequeathed her house and wealth, is less fortunate than his expectation has led him to believe; his inheritance is something unholy–and he is no match for the machinations of Rebecca and her acolytes. Inspired in part by Lovecraft’s “The Thing on the Doorstep,” THE REVENANT OF REBECCA PASCAL takes you to ghostly houses and sinister Arkham burying grounds, where alchemy and madness join forces with a daemonic entity aroused from beyond the wall of sleep…

And to the “Lovecraftian Novels” list

The Express Diaries, by Nick Marsh.  The Lovecraft Mythos on a train… what could be better?  EUROPE, 1925. The continent still licks its wounds from the devastating war that raged across it a few years before. Meanwhile, in London, an ageing professor has uncovered the clues to the whereabouts of pieces of an ancient statue, all but forgotten by history.  When his investigations lead him to fear for his life, he enlists the aid of an unlikely group of allies; a retired colonel, a secretive academic, a magician’s wife, and a Yorkshire matriarch with her reluctant assistant.  Together they will journey across Europe to recover the long-lost statue. They will travel in style, on the most luxurious train the world has ever seen. Unbeknownst to them, however, their activities have already attracted the attention of a sinister cult, desperate to acquire the artefact for their own dark purposes, and now a terrible creature, trapped for centuries, senses that the opportunity for revenge has come at last…  THE EXPRESS DIARIES is a tale of a journey into darkness and horror on the world’s most famous train.

One response to “Three more Lovecraftian book recommendations

  1. So glad you enjoy’d the book, sweet chum. It was a lot of fun to write, David is an inspiring collaborator. He is putting ye finishing touches on a new novella set in the dreamlands, that will be one of the original stories in our next book, SPECTRES OF LOVECRAFTIAN HORROR. I love this post and seeing that Lovecraft continues to inspire more and more writers. Hope all be well with ye.


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