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The Book The Music of Erich Zann The Cats of Ulthar The Unnameable Reviews: "These classic tales, elegantly eerie, hypnotic and unsettling, are perfectly rendered here, in a manner that would have thrilled Lovecraft." -- Joyce Carol Oates, December 2005. Novelist; Roger S. Berlind Distinguished Professor of the Humanities (Princeton University, New Jersey); and winner of the Pr The Book The Music of Erich Zann The Cats of Ulthar The Unnameable Reviews: "These classic tales, elegantly eerie, hypnotic and unsettling, are perfectly rendered here, in a manner that would have thrilled Lovecraft." -- Joyce Carol Oates, December 2005. Novelist; Roger S. Berlind Distinguished Professor of the Humanities (Princeton University, New Jersey); and winner of the Prix Femina Etranger 2005 and the Common Wealth Award for Distinguished Service in Literature 2003. "Superlative reading of some of Lovecraft's most intriguing shorter tales. Mr Cade's recitals bring out new beauties and new terrors." -- S.T. Joshi, January 2006. Specialist in Literary Horror, and author of H. P. Lovecraft - A Life (1996) and A Subtler Magick: The Writings and Philosophy of H. P. Lovecraft (1995). "David Cade's masterful, evocative reading makes this a 'must own' work for those who appreciate Lovecraft's storytelling." -- Amy Sturgis, Belmont University, Tennessee, June 2006. Lecturer & writer in science fiction/fantasy, media, & Native American studies; 'Scholarly Guest of Honor' for the international 'Gathering of the Fellowship Celebration of J.R.R. Tolkien', 2003. "Cade’s voice and the music become a pas-de-deux of sound, a forceful duet hurling the listener through Lovecraft’s narratives." -- David Faucheaux MLIS, Reviewer for `Necropsy` - the online journal of literary horror, Louisiana State University, May 2006 "David Cade reads with a singular intensity and eloquence, as if dynamically skipping another dimension. Is he channelling H.P. Lovecraft?" -- Peter Sharp, Hackham, South Australia. June 2006.


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The Book The Music of Erich Zann The Cats of Ulthar The Unnameable Reviews: "These classic tales, elegantly eerie, hypnotic and unsettling, are perfectly rendered here, in a manner that would have thrilled Lovecraft." -- Joyce Carol Oates, December 2005. Novelist; Roger S. Berlind Distinguished Professor of the Humanities (Princeton University, New Jersey); and winner of the Pr The Book The Music of Erich Zann The Cats of Ulthar The Unnameable Reviews: "These classic tales, elegantly eerie, hypnotic and unsettling, are perfectly rendered here, in a manner that would have thrilled Lovecraft." -- Joyce Carol Oates, December 2005. Novelist; Roger S. Berlind Distinguished Professor of the Humanities (Princeton University, New Jersey); and winner of the Prix Femina Etranger 2005 and the Common Wealth Award for Distinguished Service in Literature 2003. "Superlative reading of some of Lovecraft's most intriguing shorter tales. Mr Cade's recitals bring out new beauties and new terrors." -- S.T. Joshi, January 2006. Specialist in Literary Horror, and author of H. P. Lovecraft - A Life (1996) and A Subtler Magick: The Writings and Philosophy of H. P. Lovecraft (1995). "David Cade's masterful, evocative reading makes this a 'must own' work for those who appreciate Lovecraft's storytelling." -- Amy Sturgis, Belmont University, Tennessee, June 2006. Lecturer & writer in science fiction/fantasy, media, & Native American studies; 'Scholarly Guest of Honor' for the international 'Gathering of the Fellowship Celebration of J.R.R. Tolkien', 2003. "Cade’s voice and the music become a pas-de-deux of sound, a forceful duet hurling the listener through Lovecraft’s narratives." -- David Faucheaux MLIS, Reviewer for `Necropsy` - the online journal of literary horror, Louisiana State University, May 2006 "David Cade reads with a singular intensity and eloquence, as if dynamically skipping another dimension. Is he channelling H.P. Lovecraft?" -- Peter Sharp, Hackham, South Australia. June 2006.

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