Not Just Another Cthulhu Book

A very thin book that is thick with conceptual structure. Jones attempts to create a general Black Gnosis which goes beyond the lip service paid by the casual cultist and Cthulhu fanboy1 and create a genuine spiritual and philosophical framework based upon the tenants of the Mythos material. I think that he succeeds, at least in part.

Make no mistake, this is not easy reading and may offend a number of people. It is also dense reading, not a "burn through it in an afternoon" book despite its scant 128 pages. Still, as an intellectual exercise it is thought provoking.



1 Descriptors that describe me.