Book Review: Dark Ripple: When Lovecraft met Crowley by Brian Barr

Posted April 2, 2018 by lomeraniel in Audiobooks, Horror, Review / 0 Comments

Book Review: Dark Ripple: When Lovecraft met Crowley by Brian BarrDark Ripple: When Lovecraft Met Crowley by Brian Barr
Narrator: Rick Gregory
Published by Self-published on 01-10-18
Genres: Horror
Length: 50 mins
Format: Audiobook
Source: Narrator
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Overal Rating: four-stars

H.P. Lovecraft is a starving, skeptical American writer of the weird and horrific, struggling to make ends meet in Connecticut. Aleister Crowley is a famous British occultist focused on running his own magic organization, the O.T.O. Though Crowley and Lovecraft's lives differ to a high degree, neither man is aware of the fate they share. They'll soon find out, in Dark Ripple.

These are the ramblings and arguments of Lovecraft, Crowley, and an ancient Indian. It was a weird book, but an interesting experiment non the less.

Only for absolute fans of Lovecraft.

Rick Gregory’s narration complemented well this tale, bringing the three characters to life and making the story flow.

I received a copy of this book in audio format from the narrator in exchange for an honest review.

Story (Plot)
three-stars
Narration
five-stars
Overall: four-stars
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