"The painting forced him to move back with such suddenness, he nearly fell over the side of the old wooden railing. It depicted a grizzly scene, as if your worst nightmare had been splattered on canvas. Despite his mind screaming to look away, he could not avert his eyes".
Ancient Keyport Cthulhu
Five stories with a Lovecraftian feel to them…set in the New Jersey fishing village of Keyport, where the Esoteric Order of Dagon has been planning for the awakening of the Deep One all these years... ANCIENT BARREN CABAL DAGON EVIL Includes two bonus stories, the steampunk tale "Rats In The Cellars" and "Cthulhunicorn" co-written with Katelynn Rosamilia.
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Appallingly bad - do not buy it.
- C. B. Pemberton
A thrilling read
I feel that the book was well written. The characters drove the story.the surroundings were very vivid and the twists were well placed.
No , but he did a great job with this story.
I was happy when Nichole was taken. She was annoying.
Keyport Cthulhu is a dark and suspenseful story. Harry inherited an old house in a small fishing town on the New Jersey coast. He was hoping his wife Nichole would fall in love with the house and the quaint little town. The house was hiding the dark secrets of the town of Keyport and the people who were born there. Their first night there Nichole was taken in the night to be the sacrifice lead to the sea by Harry’s dead grandfather who was laid to rest in a room upstairs. This is where the story begins. In the course of Harry trying to find his wife he meets Father Rocko,who is able to shed some light on the unfriendly town folks.Some families had moved away when their children were young, yet sooner or later those who were born in this town find themselves pulled back to this fishing town without knowing why. There are several really interesting characters in this story, a few of my favorites are Harry, Father Rocko and Bobby "Bones”. The idea of a painting found in the upstairs hall that can suck people into it and deposit them into the depths of darkness was brilliant. The pace of the story was steady never lacking in the action department and the monstrous creatures Armand Rosamilian describes are frightening. He is a wonderful storyteller. Pick up this book to find out more.
I also liked the bonus stories at the end of the book, they were cute.
- Pheobe Petenstein Jackson