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There are haunted places. Haunted houses. The metropolis of Punktown, on the planet Oasis, is a haunted city.
An unassuming young man perceives the city's dark tentacles in the lay of the streets, its roots in the labyrinth of subways, a polluted taint in the eyes of people around him. And this evil is building toward an apocalyptic culmination...
The city is not only haunted... maybe it's alive...
A finalist for the Bram Stoker Award, Monstrocity combines elements of science fiction and horror in the vein of H. P. Lovecraft, and is set in the milieu of Jeffrey Thomas's acclaimed collection, Punktown.
"Lovecraft fans sceptical of contemporary Cthulhu Mythos fiction will find much to appreciate in Thomas's intriguing brew of eldritch lore, cyberpunk and noir ... Thomas expands on Lovecraft's themes in new and exciting ways while retaining his own distinct authorial identity." - Publishers Weekly
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