The Bubbling and Blaspheming Worlds of H.P Lovecraft
A good starting point for those vaguely interested in the horror genre or intrigued by this great author, this omnibus contains the longest of Lovecraft's works. The cover art is not great; I am unsure as to what the being on the front is supposed to be. This contains one of my favourite Lovecraft tales, "The Dream-Quest of the Unknown Kadath" which is not unlike a Lovecraftian "The Lord of the Rings"; one that is infinitely more interesting. In an age of the movie adaption, "At the Mountains of Madness" is an excellent example of why the written word is still more enthralling than any visual interpretation.