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At the Mountains of Madness (Annotated) - cover

At the Mountains of Madness (Annotated)

Howard Phillips Lovecraft

Publisher: Muhammad Humza

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Summary

At the Mountains of Madness is one of the master-pieces by Lovecraft. The book describes a travel to Antartic where weird beings have been living for millions of years.
Available since: 05/31/2022.

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