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Summary

Welcome back to Keyport, where something is still in the water....

For the survivors of the horrific night when The Esoteric Order of Dagon attempted to unleash their dark god from the bay, the nightmare seems to be only beginning. 

What new cosmic horror does Keyport have for those who look too closely under the veil of this small fishing village, seeing what cannot be unseen? 

Another journey into madness awaits listeners in this thrilling sequel! 

With a foreword by cosmic horror author Mary SanGiovanni

©2019 Armand Rosamilia (P)2019 Armand Rosamilia

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  • 17-04-20

Psychopaths, Cultists, & Old Ones. Poor Nicole

This book is Dylan’s to shine. Dylan Murphy really gets a lot of love in this story. This book takes a more high paced approach then the first one. However it felt like a filler. Everything is flipped on it’s head and has to be built back up in a shorter amount of time. The story is quite violent and bloody good fun. Mike is excellent as the narrator. He gives life to the characters and makes them iconic, in a way that only a performer can do. The third story particularly intense giving a spot to the cover monster. I had a good chuckle at the end when everything was said and done. Chucks story is quite a nice tie in and gives more excitement and mystery to the universe. Cthullucorn 2 is a good sequel to the first. The adorable first story takes a more serious turn with childhood abandonment and the struggles of being an awkward teenager, but the ending is really wholesome and satisfying.