Hailed by literary critics as the inventor of modern-day horror, H. P. Lovecraft is the cultivating force behind such modern writers as Robert Bloch, Wes Craven, and Stephen King. The Dark Worlds of H. P. Lovecraft, is a collection of his best-known tales narrated for the first time by Wayne June. This volume includes At the Mountains of Madness (originally written in 1931), the novella which served as the foundation for his Cthulhu Mythos.
"Wayne June... his deep raspy voice is used to good effect for all the narration." (SFFAudio.com)
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Wayne June is a Storyteller. Not a narrator.
- anthony "pshop towels"
Architecture is Scary
I've read or listened to quite a bit of Lovecraft lately and this has to be the worst. Apparently architecture is just terrifying back in first half of the last century. And the narrator was horrible. Constant pauses mid-sentence that don't belong and a deep monotone voice that almost always put me to sleep. There are a lot of other narrators of Lovecraft that weave a much better tale and keep you listening. This guy is not one of them.
As mentioned above, there is no need to pause mid sentence to take a drag off your cigarette.
- Frank "frank18056"