Space Eldritch II The cold of interstellar space is again closer than you think as eleven authors including New York Times bestseller Larry Correia Nebula winner Eric James Stone bestseller Michaelbrent Collings a

  • Title: Space Eldritch II
  • Author: Nathan Shumate Michaelbrent Collings Larry Correia Robert J. Defendi Steven L. Peck Steven Diamond David J. West Eric James Stone
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The cold of interstellar space is again closer than you think as eleven authors including New York Times bestseller Larry Correia, Nebula winner Eric James Stone, 1 bestseller Michaelbrent Collings, and multiple Hugo nominee Howard Tayler explore what happens when space opera meets Lovecraftian cosmic horror.

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      Published :2018-09-23T10:41:04+00:00

    One thought on “Space Eldritch II”

    1. After reading the first book , I couldn't wait to see if they would do another anthology like this. Thankfully, they did, however unlike the first collection, 'Space Eldritch II' is a lot more hit and miss when compared to the first book. There were a number of stories that stood out to me and I'm going to talk about them briefly here.My all time favorite story in this collection is Larry Correia's "Dead Waits Dreaming". The way the story comes together, the way the nightmares and insanity are h [...]

    2. Space Eldritch II was definitely superior to the first Space Eldritch collection. Most of the stories in this second collection do a much better job of incorporating not just Lovecraftian hyper-intelligent evil tentacle-monsters, but also a true Lovecraftian atmosphere and themes (e.g. seeming insignificance of humanity as compared to the cosmos, human inability to understand vastly superior alien intellects, paranoia that there is something completely "other" somewhere "out there," etc.).Once a [...]

    3. I'm not a big fan of Lovecraftian fiction, but am a big fan of Howard Taylor, so I purchased this for "Fall of the Runewrought". (For Howard Taylor fans, "Flight of the Runewright" in "Space Eldritch" is better, but in general I thought this book as a whole was better than it's predecessor.)I found most of the stories to be reasonably good, less unspeakable unnameables that typical Lovecraftian stuff (yay), I think ancient superpowers and cosmic doom works a lot better in the sci-fi genre. Overa [...]

    4. I started this book when it appeared on sale and wasn't expecting to be much better than the bundles amazon tends have on sale. This book surprised me. My favorite part of this collection was “Fall of the Runewrought” by Howard Tayler. This had me wishing for more of this universe and actually spurred my purchasing of Space Eldritch

    5. Great book. Pseudo continuation of the previous collection. A few typos, one piece not listed in table of contents (free bonus story?) but otherwise a good solid collection of short stories that make you go bump in the night.

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