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Cthulhu Kaiju By Ahimsa Kerp,

  • Title: Cthulhu Kaiju
  • Author: Ahimsa Kerp
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Keep Portland Squamous The Great Old One has re awoken and he is invincible.Civilization can t withstand his might Towns fall apart like toys The army fails at every step Humanity itself is wrapped up in his dark dreaming, or utterly dumbfounded at the very sight of Cthulhu.A handful of survivors on the Oregon coast desperately cling to sanity, including a deposed CulKeep Portland Squamous The Great Old One has re awoken and he is invincible.Civilization can t withstand his might Towns fall apart like toys The army fails at every step Humanity itself is wrapped up in his dark dreaming, or utterly dumbfounded at the very sight of Cthulhu.A handful of survivors on the Oregon coast desperately cling to sanity, including a deposed Cultist leader, an indigenous Oregonian armed with the Elder Sign, and a pair of Norwegian scientists working on a secret weapon But how can a monster of the Mythos be stopped And what if, as his cultists claim, Cthulhu is the very reason humanity climbed from the primordial ooze in the first place
    Cthulhu Kaiju Keep Portland Squamous The Great Old One has re awoken and he is invincible Civilization can t withstand his might Towns fall apart like toys The army fails at every step Humanity itself is wrapped up

    One thought on “Cthulhu Kaiju”

    1. This is a really fun, pulpy novel that mashes up a ton of different genres While I don t read much in the kaiju genre, I m definitely a fan of the Cthulhu mythos, so there was plenty to keep me engaged in the story I particularly enjoyed how the novel incorporated a large, diverse cast of characters It was also cool to have the book set in and around Portland, Oregon Of the kaiju stuff I ve read or seen, it seems like they re always set in much bigger, well known metropolitan areas, so having it [...]

    2. OMG this was so much fun Great and Dread Cthulhu finally wakes from his ancient slumber and the world is going down the tubes to the screaming, squirming darkness that devours the human soul.There s a lot of great characters, warped cultists, and we actually have Cthulhu make a full on personal assault on the human race.Enough eldritch horror to do HPL proud and enough fun to keep modern audiences interested.Well worth the read.

    3. Far kaiju than Cthulhu I ve no idea whether Daikaiju is an extant literary genre, but if it were I guess this is exactly what it would look like.

    4. This was so much better than I expected I ve been reading so many stories in the Mythos that it s begun feeling super repetitive and stale but THIS I really enjoyed.

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