La llamada de Cthulhu

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2021-11-01
  • Publisher: Editorial Alma

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 H. P. Lovecraft ha pasado a la historia de la literatura como uno de los grandes innovadores del relato fantástico y de terror del siglo XX. Niño prodigio empezó a leer y escribir su primer cuento a muy temprana edad. Ya en la adolescencia era de solitaria vida nocturna y vivió atormentado. Es un escritor de culto que con sus obras de auténtico terror produce adición entre sus lectores. Esta obra es una de las más emblemáticas que atrapa hasta el final y propició el nacimiento de los llamados Mitos de Cthulhu.

The seminal piece of the Cthulhu Mythos is a gripping short story that introduces readers to the grotesquely terrifying extraterrestrial entity Cthulhu. The narrator's quest to piece together his late uncle's clues on the existence of such creature will hook and chill readers to the end.

Author Biography

Howard Phillips "H.P." Lovecraft was an American writer famous for his work in the horror genre whose short stories were published in pulp magazines during his lifetime. Lovecraft is recognized for having created the genre of cosmic horror, also known as Lovecraftian horror, which combines elements of horror along with science fiction.

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