Review–The King in Yellow

When I was about sixteen, I started playing the Call of Cthulhu tabletop role-playing game with a group of friends. Immediately, I began reading the works of Lovecraft, Derleth, Clark Aston Smith and the like. Weird fiction became my go to. I began writing stories of weird fiction. And I began to notice something, a common theme emerging in my work that saturates the works of all these others as well. There are books of forbidden lore, many quaint and curious volumes of forgotten lore. Among these lost tomes and dread scrolls exists a strange play titled “The King in Yellow.”

Ready Player Two Review

I really enjoyed this book, but to be honest that is in a big part thanks to listening to Wil Wheaton read it to me. I mean, seriously, he is the best choice for a narrator for these books. With that said, I did not love it. Not five stars loved it. But I did enjoy the experience. So, here goes, the good and the bad.

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