Skip to Content
At the mountains of madness and other novels of terror

At the mountains of madness and other novels of terror

Lovecraft, H. P. (Howard Phillips), 1890-1937, author

A major figure in 20th-century supernatural fiction, H.P. Lovecraft produced works of enduring power. He has influenced the whole spectrum of those working in the horror genre, from Stephen King to the creators of the hit TV show 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'. Gathered together in this volume are seven of his greatest works. Timeless in their appeal, these classics of the sinister and the macabre hold the power to truly terrify

Paperback, Book. English. Horror.
Published London: Harper Voyager, 2015

No availability records for this item

Details

Statement of responsibility: H.P. Lovecraft
ISBN: 0586063226, 9780586063224
Physical Description: 560 pages.
Series: H.P. Lovecraft omnibus ; 1
Subject: Horror tales, American.
Uniform Title: Novels. Selections
Series Title: H.P. Lovecraft omnibus ; 1.

Description

The finest works of H P Lovecraft, renowned as one of the great horror writers of all time.

A major figure in twentieth-century supernatural fiction, H P Lovecraft produced works of enduring power. He has influenced the whole spectrum of those working in the horror genre, from Stephen King to the creators of hit TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Gathered together in this volume are seven of his greatest works, including the three short novels, The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, At the Mountains of Madness and The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath. Timeless in their appeal, these classics of the sinister and the macabre hold the power to truly terrify.

Back cover copy

NIGHTMARE STORIES FROM THE LAND OF TOTAL FEAR

Renowned as one of the great horror-writers of all time, H.P. Lovecraft produced works of enduring power. Now gathered together into this omnibus volume are seven classics of screaming supernatural terror and vilest horror.

Also in paperback from HarperCollins'H.P. Lovecraft Omnibus 2 Dagon and Other Macabre TalesH.P.Lovecraft Omnibus 3 The Haunter of the Dark'

'These tales of horror are in the true gothic tradition.full of hinted terrors and unholy stenches'THE GUARDIAN

'Go thou to H.P. Lovecraft and shudder'THE SUN

'Horror against which there is neither defence nor refuge.there is in his work something of lasting appeal'TIME OUT