The Innsmouth Syndrome

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Epidemiologist Carla Edwards is sent to investigate a pattern of inexplicable mutations in the infamous and destitute town of Innsmouth. As her investigation proceeds, the sinister truth behind the deaths of four children forces her to confront horrors that threaten her sanity, her science and her life. More

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Review by: Voice Spider on Oct. 27, 2011 :
This is this author's first attempt at an ebook, and for that, they did a pretty good job. Besides a couple editorial mistakes the overall story is really well done. I thought his treatment of Innsmouth to be really faithful to Lovecraft and added just the right amount of atmosphere. There were a couple points where that description carried on perhaps a bit too far, but that was only in two instances that I noticed.

The modernization of the old blood in Innsmouth was pretty interesting, as was the suggestion of how it was happening and what could be the cause. It brought the older tale up to speed and though it didn't present a lot of useless detail in this regards, it added just the right amount of flavor.

All in all, I suggest this short read. It's about 80pgs at normal novel font, so a quick one or two day read depending on your pace. If you are a fan of the Innsmouth story or the movie Dagon, I suggest this story to you. You won't be disapointed.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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