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[[ Read Pdf ]] Ë Red Equinox á The Red Equinox has dawned, and the old gods who have slept for aeons are stirring Urban explorer and photographer Becca Philips was raised in the shadow of Miskatonic University, steeped in the mysteries of her late grandmother s work in occult studies But what she thought was myth becomes all too real when cultists unleash terror on the city of Boston Now she s caught between a shadowy government agency called SPECTRA and the followers of an apocalyptic faith bent on awakening an ancient evilAs urban warfare breaks out between eldritch monsters and an emerging police state, she must uncover the secrets of a family heirloom known as the Fire of Cairo to banish the rising tide of darkness before the balance tips irrevocably at the Red Equinox By all the Gods, known and unknown, this novel is a masterpiece Becca Phillips is a young photographer and an urban explorer, living with traumas and fears Raised by her recently deceased grandmother, a famous occult scholar, Becca inherits a very old jewel and then the world starts shaking Ancients gods, a creepy urban underworld , first class horror not to forget the Smoots This novel might remind you on Lovecraft but it is first and for all a real Douglas Wynne Well written, f By all the Gods, known and unknown, this novel is a masterpiece Becca Phillips is a young photographer and an urban explorer, living with traumas and fears Raised by her recently deceased grandmother, a famous occult scholar, Becca inherits a very old jewel and then the world starts shaking Ancients gods, a creepy urban underworld , first class horror not to forget the Smoots This novel might remind you on Lovecraft but it is first and for all a real Douglas Wynne Well written, full of action and so hard to put down I ve been on somewhat of a cosmic horror binge these last few weeks and I m happy to report that Red Equinox stands up there with the best of the genre.I m not going to get into the plot too much, as several reviews and the synopsis already do I m just going to mention a few of my impressions and feelings and leave it at that.Mr Wynne makes the Cthulhu mythos his own with this contribution about first resurrecting the language of the Old Gods, and then the Old Gods themselves They re not dea I ve been on somewhat of a cosmic horror binge these last few weeks and I m happy to report that Red Equinox stands up there with the best of the genre.I m not going to get into the plot too much, as several reviews and the synopsis already do I m just going to mention a few of my impressions and feelings and leave it at that.Mr Wynne makes the Cthulhu mythos his own with this contribution about first resurrecting the language of the Old Gods, and then the Old Gods themselves They re not dead, exactly, just in another dimension For me, the story is always about those humans who live to serve the Old Ones and those dedicated to stopping them This book was no exception I especially liked the characters of Becca and Rafael and appreciated the fact that the narrative didn t lead in all the usual directions.One thing that flew low on my radar, but did register, was the mention of a company called Limbus Since I read and enjoyed Limbus, Inc and noting that it was also from Journalstone, I have to believe that this was on purpose and I felt like I was in on an inside joke.Lastly, this story was set in a Boston of the future I found myself wondering why the author set it there and I liked the answers I came up with There might be a littlegoing on here than just the Old Ones, but what you find will be up to you and what you want to take from it.In the midst of a couple of weeks where I ve read several Lovecraftian titles, Red Equinox by Douglas Wynne stands out as a distinctive voice in the mythos His style may not be as literary as some, but the gist of the story and the characters are spot on I hope that he continues to dabble in this genre in the future.Recommended for fans of cosmic horror I received a free ecopy of this book in exchange for an honest review This is it What s not to love about spelunking abandoned asylums, inbred squid worshippers, infernal harmonic sing a longs and secret government agency cover ups Oh yeah, almost forgot the black hole sun hovering over Boston and the Old Ones that will emerge from within the dark star to fulfill their destiny of reigning terror, mayhem and world domination An action packed Lovecraftian tale with a well drawn cast of characters and an engaging plot line Very well done Looking forward to the next one in t What s not to love about spelunking abandoned asylums, inbred squid worshippers, infernal harmonic sing a longs and secret government agency cover ups Oh yeah, almost forgot the black hole sun hovering over Boston and the Old Ones that will emerge from within the dark star to fulfill their destiny of reigning terror, mayhem and world domination An action packed Lovecraftian tale with a well drawn cast of characters and an engaging plot line Very well done Looking forward to the next one in the series Review copyDouglas Wynne takes on H P Lovecraft and scores big time Kudos to Chuck Killorin on the cover art for Red Equinox If you read the story, you ll see just how fitting it is.Set slightly in the future, Red Equinox, embraces the Lovecraftian mythos with all tentacles, but in a way that was not at all off putting to those unfamiliar with what that is all about.From beginning to end, there are treats for those who enjoy Lovecraft and a great story for all readers looking for a good horr Review copyDouglas Wynne takes on H P Lovecraft and scores big time Kudos to Chuck Killorin on the cover art for Red Equinox If you read the story, you ll see just how fitting it is.Set slightly in the future, Red Equinox, embraces the Lovecraftian mythos with all tentacles, but in a way that was not at all off putting to those unfamiliar with what that is all about.From beginning to end, there are treats for those who enjoy Lovecraft and a great story for all readers looking for a good horror tale.It starts with a very strong opening Death has a way of calling us home and when it does we put on our best Becca Phillips hadn t been to Arkham in years, hadn t worn a dress in almost as long, and now here she was, stepping off the train and feeling out of place in both There is plenty of horror in Red Equinox, plusa secret government agency called SPECTRA with ties to Limbus If you re familiar with Journastone s shared world series of the same name you ll get a kick out of that.Having lived in Boston during my college years there were a number of little gems Douglas included for the locals Dirty Water by the Standells, makes an appearance and there s the story of the MIT fraternity that used Oliver R Smoot as a unit of measurement I hadn t heard that one inthan forty years.This is the third Douglas Wynne novel I ve read, all great and each unique The only thing they ve have in common is a comfortable writing style, memorable characters, and strong stories.Red Equinox is available now, both as a paperback and in a variety of ebook formats You can get your copy from the Journastone website or through.com.Highly recommended, even if you re not a Lovecraft fan