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paulgoatallen
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Re: MARCH FEATURE #3: Lovecraft's The Watchers Out of Time


PenelopeTX wrote:

Paul,

 

You really deserve all gratitude for introducing me to this wonderful author. Any collection by a master is worth its time. I already know enough to know that I will need to read all of his other works as well. I won't be able to stay away from them now.


Penelope:

You're more than welcome! I just wish that I had picked a longer work from Lovecraft – I think the discussion would've been much more dynamic. The stories in this collection were too similar to really get into  any kind of comprehensive discussion. I'll have to keep my eyes peeld for a new HPL reissue. Maybe we can try again down the road...

Paul 

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Re: MARCH FEATURE #3: Lovecraft's The Watchers Out of Time


paulgoatallen wrote:

PenelopeTX wrote:

Paul,

 

You really deserve all gratitude for introducing me to this wonderful author. Any collection by a master is worth its time. I already know enough to know that I will need to read all of his other works as well. I won't be able to stay away from them now.


Penelope:

You're more than welcome! I just wish that I had picked a longer work from Lovecraft – I think the discussion would've been much more dynamic. The stories in this collection were too similar to really get into  any kind of comprehensive discussion. I'll have to keep my eyes peeld for a new HPL reissue. Maybe we can try again down the road...

Paul 


Ah well I'm always game. Hopefully the next printing will be more eclectic.