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At The Mountains of Madness
Posted by: Minicthulhu (IP Logged)
Date: 8 March, 2019 03:20PM
Hello,

Does anybody know about a book in the style of "At The Mountains of Madness?"

Re: At The Mountains of Madness
Posted by: Dale Nelson (IP Logged)
Date: 8 March, 2019 03:34PM
Well, I can counsel you to avoid Basil Copper's The Great White Space.

Have you read Poe's Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym -- which influenced Lovecraft's writing of AMM?

If you are up for a true narrative about the polar realm, Apsley Cherry-Garrard's The Worst Journey in the World might please, or Alabanov's In the Land of White Death, or even Lansing's Endurance.

Re: At The Mountains of Madness
Posted by: Dale Nelson (IP Logged)
Date: 8 March, 2019 03:36PM
Or Eicher's Dead Mountain: The Untold Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident.

Re: At The Mountains of Madness
Posted by: Minicthulhu (IP Logged)
Date: 9 March, 2019 04:15AM
Thnks.

Thanks. Of course, I have read "Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym" (which, to be honest, does not remind me of "The Mountains", though there is the strange call "teke-li-li"). The rest of the stories you mentioned I do not know at all so I am going to look them up to know what they are about.

Re: At The Mountains of Madness
Posted by: Minicthulhu (IP Logged)
Date: 9 March, 2019 04:36AM
By the way, The mystery of the Dyatlov Expedition has been solved, once and for all, hasnĀ“t it? So I am curious what Eicher has to say about it in his book. :-)



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