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  • Ok
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    This is an ok book. It has a good cover on it. It has the pages too that you can turn and read. There are words on the front and other places that you can read. Its pretty booklike. Its good.

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    bombshell311 April 21, 2015
  • Great for the end notes
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    Lovecraft's fiction is available in a number of editions. For many years, the hardcovers from Arkham House have been the definitive versions of the texts, having been cleaned up and corrected by Lovecraft scholar S.T. Joshi. But these three new editions from Penguin Books (this one, The Dreams in the Witch House, and The Thing on the Doorstep) use the same versions of the texts as the Arkham House editions, only in a more-affordable paperback format. The very best thing, though, is that all the stories in these three books include copious notes by Joshi explaining Lovecraft's obscure references, the background of his life, and connections between various stories. These end notes are not available in any other editions of Lovecraft -- not even the Arkham House hardcovers -- and they make reading the stories very enjoyable, even if you've read them before. Get all three Penguin editions and you'll have a complete collection of Lovecraft's major works (omitting only a few of his more obscure stories).

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    pcm2 August 27, 2009
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