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Cthulhu's Heirs

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  72 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Paperback, 270 pages
Published April 1st 1994 by Chaosium (first published 1994)
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May 20, 2014 Andrew rated it liked it
This is one of those annoying books where I am torn for its rating. Its hard going, sometimes obscure sometimes confusing. It is also an excellent source of rare and lesser know mythos works and it is an excellent tour of the lesser explored works that make up the world of the Cthulhu Mythos. So why the frustration - well for one thing its not easy to get in to - the book is excellently printed and the pages clean and easy to read - but the stories - well not all of them instantly grab me - but ...more
The Artificer
A difficult book to review, indeed.
Where it's good, it's GREAT, where it's not it's REALLY not good.

It suffers from all of the standard issues of Chaosium's "Cycle" books- irregular story quality and rather slipshod editing (Oh, the spelling errors!), but for the lover of Mythos fiction this is probably a must-have. I'd like to give it a 4.25, but the typos and some of the stories drag the rating down to closer to 3.75.

"Watch the Whiskers Sprout" by DF Lewis was something of a jumble.

"The Death
Scott Woods
May 04, 2015 Scott Woods rated it liked it
Shelves: lovecraft-mythos
This is a 4-star book that's taking a hit because it's got a noticeable amount of typos. The stylistic range of this book is refreshingly contemporary without trying too hard, and it has a great mix of length, voices and themes. Of the numerous collections I've read, this was definitely one of the more engaging ones. I don't recommend it for people fresh to Lovecraft's mythos, but it contains a number of pearls, most notably "Mr. Skin" (Victor Milan), "Typo" (Michael D. Winkle) and "Pickman's Le ...more
Timothy Boyd
Feb 12, 2016 Timothy Boyd rated it liked it
A collection of stories based on the writings of H.P. Lovecraft. These are, to me, only slightly better than the original Lovecraft stories. Just not a fan of his writings. Not recommended
I'm just not feelin' the eldritch horror from these stories. A couple were OK but nothing realling grabbed me (in a literary way - not in a tentacles from space kind of way).
Tom Mueller
It was HP Lovecraft's wish for others to continue his work in this realm. The result of that continuing work has been sporadic, with some coming closer to Lovecraft's legacy.
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