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Publisher's Summary

Titus Crow and his faithful companion and record-keeper fight the gathering forces of darkness - the infamous and deadly Elder Gods of the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Cthulhu and his dark minions are bent on ruling the earth. A few puny humans cannot possibly stand against these otherworldly evil gods, yet time after time, Titus Crow drives the monsters back into the dark from whence they came. Spawn of the Winds is the fourth book in the Titus Crow series.
©1978 Brian Lumley (P)2017 David N. Wilson
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 03-17-18

Terribly Good

Love how I was expecting De Marigny and got a different story and more more on another elder god. Not a sappy story and so rich is that universe

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5 out of 5 stars
By MagePro on 07-16-17

A Slightly Different Side of Lumley

Considering this is all part of the Cthulhu Mythos and usually involves Titus Crowe, this takes a decided departure in that it revolves around a large Texan and is more of a love story. in spite of this, it was filled full of action, suspense and thrills.

While I would have liked to have seen at least one of the bad guys go on to the next book in the series, other than the big Cthulhu monster, it was a nice tight short book. the one thing that I did really like about it was it did tell a complete story. we got to know more about the Cthulhu Mythos family and more about the Wilmeth Foundation.

I have to admit, I was rather used to listening to Simon Vance do his usual superb job with the Titus Crow series, but the addition of Corey Snow to the lineup as the huge Texan, gave a startling and lifelike performance to the book. Well done gentlemen! I look forward to hearing more of these two working together in the Brian Lumley novel set.

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