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LOVECRAFT, H.P.: Shadow Over Innsmouth (The) / The Whisperer in Darkness (Unabridged)

    

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LOVECRAFT, H.P.: Shadow Over Innsmouth (The) / The Whisperer in Darkness (Unabridged)

The Shadow Over Innsmouth and The Whisperer in Darkness are counted amongst H.P. Lovecraft’s most popular stories. In the first we are transported to the decrepit coastal town of Innsmouth, whose amphibian-like citizens betray a dark and sinister secret. The second takes us to Vermont, where a university professor becomes embroiled in a mindbending, celestial mystery after strange things are seen floating in the rivers. Dark, brooding and suspenseful, this is Lovecraft at his very best.



Disc 1

  The Shadow Over Innsmouth (Unabridged)
1.   The Shadow Over Innsmouth 00:07:54
2.   'More empty houses than there are people…' 00:06:28
3.   'Yes, there's a hotel in Innsmouth – called the Gilman…' 00:07:19
4.   The librarian gave me a note of introduction to the curator… 00:06:21
5.   II: Shortly before ten the next morning… 00:08:17
6.   It was a town of wide extent and dense construction… 00:08:36
7.   A very thin sprinkling of repellent - looking… 00:08:53
8.   It would be of no use, my informant said… 00:06:55
9.   Fish Street was as deserted as Main… 00:06:23
10.   III: It must have been some imp of the perverse… 00:05:13
11.   After an hour his furtive taciturnity… 00:05:48


Disc 2

  The Shadow Over Innsmouth (Unabridged)
1.   The old man's whisper grew fainter, and I found myself… 00:08:17
2.   'Well, come abaout thutty - eight – when I was seven…' 00:08:12
3.   The old man was getting hysterical, and I began to shiver… 00:08:20
4.   'It got wuss araound Civil War time, when children born…' 00:08:54
5.   IV: I can hardly describe the mood in which I was left by… 00:08:30
6.   I did not undress, but decided to read till I was sleepy… 00:08:00
7.   I perceived that my chances were very slender… 00:07:05
8.   As I moved the furniture and rushed toward the windows… 00:05:57
9.   I was now in Washington Street, and for the moment… 00:06:42
10.   A second reflection was less comforting. 00:08:12


Disc 3

  The Shadow Over Innsmouth (Unabridged)
1.   Once more in shadow, I resumed my former dog - trot… 00:06:07
2.   I had entered the brush - grown cut and was struggling… 00:08:52
3.   V: It was a gentle daylight rain that awaked me… 00:08:49
4.   But the worst shock came when my uncle shewed me… 00:09:43
  The Whisperer in Darkness (Unabridged)
5.   The Whisperer in Darkness 00:08:41
6.   These things seemed content, on the whole, to let mankind… 00:09:09
7.   II: As was only natural under the circumstances, this piquant… 00:08:22
8.   Now my object in writing you is not to start an argument… 00:08:09
9.   That he had really overheard disturbing voices in the hills… 00:08:23


Disc 4

  The Whisperer in Darkness (Unabridged)
1.   From the pictures I turned to the bulky, closely - written letter… 00:04:50
2.   III: Toward the end of June the phonograph record came… 00:06:36
3.   Such were the words for which I was to listen when I started… 00:06:17
4.   About this time – the second week in July – another letter of… 00:06:14
5.   IV: The unknown things, Akeley wrote in a script grown… 00:06:56
6.   Monday. Dear Wilmarth, A rather discouraging P.S. to my last. 00:06:38
7.   But I haven't told you the worst, Wilmarth. 00:06:03
8.   V: Then, apparently crossing my incoherent note and reaching… 00:06:38
9.   The Outer Beings are perhaps the most marvellous organic… 00:06:16
10.   The complexity of my emotions upon reading, re - reading… 00:07:07
11.   VI: On Wednesday I started as agreed, taking with me a valise… 00:08:50


Disc 5

  The Whisperer in Darkness (Unabridged)
1.   The nearness and intimacy of the dwarfed, domed hills… 00:05:15
2.   Alighting from the car and taking my valise… 00:07:43
3.   VII: Refusing to let these cloudy qualms overmaster me… 00:08:58
4.   Very slowly I turned and began to obey my host… 00:07:54
5.   There was a harmless way to extract a brain… 00:08:36
6.   'Do you realise what it means when I say I have been…' 00:08:44
7.   VIII: Do not ask me how long my unexpected lapse… 00:08:46
8.   As I tried to catch the words which the stoutly - fashioned floor… 00:08:05
9.   At last I felt able to act, and stretched myself vigorously… 00:07:59

Total Playing Time: 06:16:56






Author(s):
Lovecraft, Howard Phillips

Reader(s):
Roberts, William

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0214

Barcode: 9781843798774

Physical Release: 2015

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