The Nameless Dark debuts a major new voice in contemporary weird fiction. Within these minutes, you'll find whispers of the familiar ghosts of the classic pulps - Lovecraft, Bradbury, Smith - blended with Grau's uniquely macabre, witty storytelling, securing his place at the table amid this current Renaissance of literary horror.
©2015 T.E. Grau (P)2016 Lethe Press
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5 out of 5 stars
By Travis on 01-07-16

absolute gem

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

yes. this being a debut collection sometimes you are unsure...but do not be unsure of this one. great story telling through and through.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Nameless Dark?

the whole thing is great

What does Armen Taylor bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

some of the pacing is ever so slightly off putting but he is capable and does always bring you back.

Any additional comments?

get this. get it now.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Ryan on 06-08-16

Some truely gruesome stories! Does Lovecraft proud

And some are kind of meh, but definetly not bad just seem to be not fully developed where theyre heavy in the development of character surrounding relationships etc but then once the climax of the story is underway it gets glossed over. That being said there were only 2 and were still very worth while listen.

That being said there are also some hellishly monstorious stories that would make Lovecraft shudder perhaps, tho i prefer classic horror being that in some stories the eluding to the kids mom smoking meth being a whore her boyfriends package waving around under his boxers and shit like that just repels me back to the prosaic and vulgar.

That being said i dont want to say anything about the context of the stories and ruin them, but if your a fan lovecraft of clarck ashton smith or the horror stories of robert e howard youll love this just an absolute must listen.

Also it must be said the narrator does a great job in this.

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