9788417430092

El horror de Dunwich y otros relatos

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  • ISBN13:

    9788417430092

  • ISBN10:

    8417430091

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2019-09-01
  • Publisher: Editorial Alma

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Summary

In El horror de Dunwich y otros relatos, a work centered on the Myths of Cthulhu, Lovecraft transports us to a rural and decadent town where a strange family hides a terrifying secret.
 
H. P. Lovecraft es conocido por ser uno de los grandes innovadores del relato fantástico y de terror. En El horror de Dunwich, obra central de los Mitos de Cthulhu, Lovecraft nos traslada a un pueblo rural y decadente donde una extraña familia oculta un secreto aterrador. Acompañan a esta obra El caso de Charles Dexter Ward, El que susurra en la oscuridad y El color surgido del espacio, que muestran el dominio de este autor del misterio y su evolución hacia la ciencia ficción.
 

Author Biography

H.P. Lovecraft is known as one of the greatest innovators in fantasy and horror writing. His books include The Case of Charles Dexter Ward and The Whisperer in Darkness. John Coulthart is an artist, designer, and award-winning author. His work appears in Arrow Academy, Communication Arts, and Eye Magazine.

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