Move Under Ground

Nick Mamatas, Brian Evenson

Move Under Ground
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Move Under Ground

Nick Mamatas, Brian Evenson

Readers will be enthralled, chilled, and astonished. - Tom Piccirilli, author of A Choir of Ill Children. In the first of many references to H. P. Lovecraft’s The Call of Cthulhu, this thoroughly unique novel begins with the rise of the lost city of R'lyeh, portending certain doom for human existence. The witness to this deadly harbinger is Jack Kerouac, who recruits fellow beats Neal Cassady and William S. Burroughs for a cross-country road trip that will climax in a confrontation with a murderous cult. AUTHOR: Nick Mamatas is an American horror, science-fiction, and fantasy author. He has written nine novels, several short story collections, nonfiction, and poetry, and he has edited anthologies. Mamatas has won a Bram Stoker Award for his editorial work and has been nominated for a World Fantasy Award and a Hugo Award.

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