The Lurker At The Threshold: By H P Lovecraft If you ask me this is Lovecraft's masterpeice. A truely thought provoking novel, it is broken into three chapters, each having a differnt narraitor. It is a story about a man who moves into property owned by his family, who are now all dead as I understood it other then his cousin. He becomes possed by the spiret of his evil grandfather, a man who delt with the things man was not ment to know. This Novel will keep you wanting more, I read it in one day! The King In Yellow: By Robert W. Chambers This is an exquiset piece of work. It is a collection of loosely connected stories, all of which are bound togeather by a strange play called the King In Yellow. The King In Yellow seems to make people go mad in the litteral sense. This book is a must read! The House On The Borderland: By William Hope Hogdson "A classic of the first water" -H P Lovecraft. This is my favorite novel, I have read it almost to the point where I know it word for word. It is the story of a man who lives in a strange house. It mostly has to do with the many strange adventures which the man partakes in due to the strangeness of his home. From space travel to a battle with odd man-pigs. It gives a feeling of utter cosmic horror, which is almost unparraleled by anyother author! The House Of The Worm: By Gary Myers Gary is an author who's main influance is H P Lovecraft, this is quite evedent in his style of writing. However, he hits a tone that is not often found by many of todays writers. This book is deffinatly worth your while.
The Time Machine: By H.G. Wells This book intrigues me greatly. Just the idea of two entirely different breeds of people living in the same time, one group dwelling underground the other lives on the ground. If you haven't read this book yet I would advise you to do so. The Last Planet: By Andre Norton This is a great novel, it has adventure, mystery, and even a big surprize waiting at the end. One person in this book is particularaly interesting to me, the alien named Rolth. He is a a reptilian nature, with sensitive eyes and dry scaled skin. However, he is not the only alien in this book. If you are looking for a quick read then take this book into consideration. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: By Jules Verne A Classic book about a submarine that looks like a sea monster, a strange sea cpatian and his life underwater, this book has just about everything that a fan of stories on the ocean could want. I ,personaly, a fasinated by the ocean, oh what secrets it could hold for explorers of an adventurous nature. If you haven't yet read this book, then what are you waiting for? October the First is Too Late: by Fred Hoyle This story is a little hard to explain, it basicly has to do with a sceince exparament that leads to the world being split into multiple differnt times, both in the past and future. For example the America is thrown into the future, while England is slid back to the time of World War One. If you like stories about alternate timelines, then this book will take you one step beyond.
Strange World ,and, Stranger Than Science: By Frank Edwards Both of these books are filled with strange events that have happend all over the world. From weird creatures floating up onto sea shores all the way to grave markers that move in differnt positions. All of these stories take up no more then three pages each, so you don't have to sit down and read the whole book through at one time. If you like the unexplained then give this book a try.