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A fitting homage to Lovecraft
Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2017
What do you get when you the venerable Mr. Lovecraft has a mysterious uncle who travels to another, parallel universe and lives to tell about it? What do you get when a really smart writer decides he wants to marry sci-fi and horror? In the first case, you get 14. In the second, you get the creator of 14. Since I love the Cthulhu mythos and science fiction, 14 seemed tailor made for me - and it was. It's an adventure to unravel the mysterious rooms, dimensional conundrums and bloody graffiti. With Nate and Veek and Tim, with the other inhabitants of the Kavach Building making up an intrepid exploration team, Peter Clines gets it all right, with a nod to Shaggy and Velma, of course. This book is a fun romp through a horrific imagining that is a fitting, loving homage to Lovecraft.