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The Atlanta Radio Theater Company did an exemplary production of Lovecraft. This particular story has a touch of controversy with it's original source material given the original name of the Delapore Cat. Not willing to upset the audience, they brilliantly used a simple creative solution towards the old racist controversy. By doing so, it doesn't distract from the atmosphere of the story.
Additionally, every spoken word had my complete attention and the production did Lovecraft justice in demonstrating the insanity and horror of the story. Great set up, gripping fallow through, and an ending only Lovecraft fans can predict.
Would you listen to The Rats in the Walls (Dramatized) again? Why?
Of course, Harlan is a fantastic narrator and Lovecraft's work is just classic.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Rats in the Walls (Dramatized)?
The book becomes more and more gruesome as time goes on. The great narration really helps you feel the emotions of the characters.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
The horror in the protagonists voice as awful events unfold in front of him.