A Night In The Lonesome October

A Night In The Lonesome October

Book - 1993
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A bizarre tale of a gathering of historic and literary horror figures in nineteenth century London to summon the Elder Gods back into the world.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow and Co., c1993.
ISBN: 9780688125080
0688125085
9780380972234
0380972239
Characteristics: vii, 280 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Wilson, Gahan

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JCLRachelC Oct 14, 2014

My favorite Halloween read. Snuff's dry narration is utterly fantastic.

JCLJaredH Mar 05, 2013

A "light" horror novel from the great Roger Zelazney. More humorous than scary, it is the tale of the sidekicks to some pretty familiar characters. You will be surprised to find out who the "heroes" are in this tale.

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Dec 26, 2012

This book is cute and fun, put quite simply. It's certainly not one of his best, but it flows smoothly, features highly charismatic main characters who happen to have a wonderful sense of humor, and is a neat spin on Lovecraftian lore. Good light reading by the rain-struck windowsill on a night in the lonesome October.

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