Charles Ward, even as a child, had always wandered the streets of ancient Providence, drawn inexorably to its domes and spires, its hills and homes, its history and its haunts. His antiquarian habits were always just so: an innocent preoccupation with the city and its wonders. Yet, when the discovery of a shadowy ancestor exposes an eldritch malevolence long thought to be contained, Charles must resist the dark grip of his fascination, before it consumes him, and his world, completely.
Please enjoy this new reading of a rare full-length tale from H. P. Lovecraft, the original master of the cosmic macabre, dedicated to the 125th Anniversary of his birth.
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I love mikes voice
- Terry Huud "music geek"
Fantastic story, mediocre narrator.
Lovecraft? Yes, absolutely. Vendetti? No.
When Dr. Willett explores the old catacombs.
The narrator, Mike Vendetti, has a good voice and his delivery is serviceable, but his pronunciation is atrocious. I'm not talking about made-up Lovecraft words like Yog-Sothoth or the different magical incantations, I'm talking regular English words. He cannot, for the life of him, pronounce a number of common, workaday English words and he often stumbles or stutters when delivering even mildly obscure words. This performance sounds like it was done in a single take with no editing.
Probably? It's been eighty or ninety years now and still no one has managed to make a decent Lovecraft movie.
Honestly, Wayne June is a superior Lovecraft narrator.
- Jason Marker