New Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos

New Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos

Ramsey Campbell

Language: English

Pages: 336

ISBN: 0586200932

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

New Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos

Ramsey Campbell

Language: English

Pages: 336

ISBN: 0586200932

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


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time! He strained his mind, but the pages became more bewildering still; he began to laugh. What on earth was 'the millennial gestation? Something to do with 'the fosterling of the Great Old Ones'? ',The hereditary rebirth'? 'Each of Its rebirths comes closer to incarnation'? 'when the mind opens to all the dimensions will come the incarnation. Upon the incarnation all minds will become one.' Ah, that explains it! Michael sniggered wildly. But there was more: 'the ingestion,' 'the mating beyond

of this when he wakes up.' 'I hope he doesn't feel differently about Susan's heroic, close to sacrificial act. Love for a total stranger. It's curious, but do you know - I can understand just why Susan felt that way about him.' It was what I'd been waiting to hear. I closed my eyes and started humming softly to myself, waiting for the second seconal to work. But when it drew me down, the seconal felt like water. Something like a shrivelled face came floating up from immeasurable distances,

the tunnels are often in semidarkness. There have been odd noises and movements in the shafts. Water has come through in one or two places, and some of the valves are rusting.' Driscoll looked at Wainewright incredulously. He licked his lips, but there was the stamp of sincerity in the look he returned. 'It's perfectly true,' he said. 'Only none of the official reports refer to it. Special teams attend to it, and no formal records are kept.' Driscoll stared at his companion in silence for a

dripping down its windows. I almost wish I were back on the steps of the natural history museum where, that momentous August afternoon, I stood perspiring in the shadow of Teddy Roosevelt's horse, watching matrons stroll past Central Park with dogs or children in tow and fanning myself ineffectually with the postcard I'd just received from Maude. I was waiting for my niece to drive by and leave off her son, whom I planned to take round the museum; he'd wanted to see the life-size mockup of the

tunnel and crawl. Unseen moisture welled up from the ground, between his fingers. Shrubs leaned closer as he advanced, poking him with thorns. His skin felt fragile, and nervously unstable; he burned, but his heat often seemed to break, flooding him with the chill of the night. There was something even less pleasant. As he crawled, the leaning darkness - or part of it - seemed to move beside him. It was as though someone were pacing him, perhaps on all fours, outside the tunnel. When he

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