The Call of Cthulhu

Best Read eBook The Call of CthulhuBy R.J. Ivankovic – passionbusiness.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 108 pages
  • The Call of Cthulhu
  • R.J. Ivankovic
  • English
  • 09 January 2018

About the Author: R.J. Ivankovic

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The Call of Cthulhu From the talented pen of popular deviantart.com contributor R.J. Ivankovic, H.P. Lovecraft's The Call of Cthulhu (for beginning readers) from Chaosium.com.

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12 thoughts on “The Call of Cthulhu

  1. Andrew says:

    I have lost count of the number of copies I have of Call of Cthulhu since after all it is a short story, however upon learning of this new edition I had to see for myself what it was all about.So I can honestly say I have no idea what brought about this project but I must admit its great fun If I said Dr Seuss I would think just about everyone who frequents this site would recognise the name So when I say that in this book you have H P Lovecraft meets Dr Seuss you pretty much have the idea o I have lost count of the number of copies I have of Call of Cthulhu since after all it is a short story, however upon learning of this new edition I had to see for myself what it was all about.So I can honestly say I have no idea what brought about this project but I must admit its great fun If I said Dr Seuss I would think just about everyone who frequents this site would recognise the name So when I say that in this book you have H P Lovecraft meets Dr Seuss you pretty much have the idea of this book in one.Yes it is the re telling of Call of Cthulhu in the style of Dr Seuss, from the prose right down to the artwork it has it perfectly represented and its great fun Sure the book h...

  2. Shannon says:

    Dr Seuss meets the Call of Cthulhu with an emphasis on the former Well delivered OVERALL GRADE B to B plus.

  3. Rebecca McNutt says:

    I have no real problem with Lovecraft s work in and of itself, however in recent years it has become trendy, overrated and attracts a very pretentious audience Because hipster nerds lately have discovered H.P Lovecraft, you get a lo...

  4. Kazima says:

    Two of my favorite things Combined into one, This insane mash up Is really well done

  5. Laura says:

    Dangerously delightful Might give children entirely the wrong idea about the Great Old Ones Interesting interplay with the dark side of Dr Seuss.

  6. Sarah says:

    Dr Seuss meet H.P Lovecraftwhat a perfect match Loved the story and it rhymed so well that the kids loved it too

  7. Mark says:

    The Call of Cthulhu for beginning readersBy R J IvankovicPublisher hasn t been published yet Available for viewing at deviantArt.comhttp drfaustusau.deviantart.com galPublished In N ADate Pgs 75Summary A beginning reader parody adaption of The Call of Cthulhu in the style of Dr Seuss.Genre Science Fiction, Horror, ParodyMain Character Francis Wayland ThurstonFavorite Character Cthulhuand the prose style, which is almost a character unto itselfLeast Favorite Character Nope D The Call of Cthulhu for beginning readersBy R J IvankovicPublisher hasn t been published yet Available for viewing at deviantArt.comhttp drfaustusau.deviantart.com galPublished In N ADate Pgs 75Summary A beginning reader parody adaption of The Call of Cthulhu in the style of Dr Seuss.Genre Science Fiction, Horror, ParodyMain Character Francis Wayland ThurstonFavorite Character Cthulhuand the prose style, which is almost a c...

  8. Benjamin Uke says:

    A Dr Suess version of HP lovecraft s most favorite story.Wow, imagine reading that one to the kids.Child Momma, I m scared to go to bed.Mother Why are you afraid Child Daddy read Catooloo again.I have spent all day reading about slavery in the American South for a research paper It is really relaxing to read a...

  9. Iván says:

    Excellent adaptation Great art and edition Dr Seuss and Lovecraft is a perfect match.

  10. Sabrina says:

    Simple, funny, scary, lovely.

  11. Colin says:

    My little cultists ages 4 and 6 have been demanding that I read this to them every night at bedtime I m not sure why they love it so much, but they do It s Lovecraft s tale retold as a Dr Seuss parody How cool is that

  12. Gwen Stacy says:

    I ve never read The Call of Cthulhu and feel like this was probably the Cliff s notes version After reading At the Mountains of Madness, where the author rambles on and on with minimal payoff very anti climactic , I probably won t re...