Fools and Cthulhu

Rated 2.00/5 based on 1 reviews
William knows that a phone call at three in the morning is never a good sign. Nor is it a good sign when the call is about the dreaded Necronomicon. There are a lot of bogus Necronomicons out there. And anyone that succeeds in getting one of the forgeries to work receives a lot of attention. Unfortunately, that attention tends to not be human.

Available formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

First 30% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader
Words: 1,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301398287
About Morgan Drake Eckstein

A Third Degree Wiccan and Adept Major (6=5), Morgan Drake Eckstein had been involved in Wicca and paganism his entire life. He is a board member of Hearthstone Community Church (Denver, Colorado—the Open Full Moon People), as well as an elected officer of Bast Temple (Golden Dawn in the Outer, Ba Iset Order of the Rosy Cross [BIORC] in the Inner). He holds two bachelor degrees from the University of Colorado at Denver (literary studies and history). He is happily married to a ceramic artist. He is owned by several cats who wish that he would make more money as a writer, so that they could eat fresh shrimp every night.

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: Fred L. Taulbee, Jr on Sep. 27, 2013 :
Morgan Drake Eckstein’s “Fools and Cthulhu” is a good story, especially if you’re a Lovecraft completist, and if you are, good luck with that--good luck even if you’re just a Cthulhu completist. I take great pleasure in supporting anything that says the Necronomicon is not real. I’m a huge Lovecraft fan, and have a collection of at least two faux Necronomicons. I might have to doublecheck, but I could swear this short story here alludes to one specifically. There is one rambling sentence that rambles so much I can’t even tell if it is a true run-on or just rambling, and I rarely see semicolons in the work of literary masters, and I admonish them in amateur fiction. The story does take a turn near the end when some characters seem to appear, but I’m not even sure if they do, and also when the main character starts what I might be mistakenly calling his conjuring. In this section the story is told and not shown. It reads for those who already know what the main character is doing, and if that is okay with you then the story is fine. A few minor problems I would expect a selling author not to make, but an interesting topic and story, even though a bit confusing make for chancy purchase depending on your tastes.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Report this book