Be advised that the book is printed with an exceedingly small font size (like 4 to 6 point) and will be extremely difficult to read for anyone with vision problems or who is middle-aged or older with the usual need to wear reading glasses. This is baffling and frustrating. Why would anyone print a book with such tiny letters? It's a very very thin book too, so there doesn't seem to be any point in trying to save space.
It is also not well-laid out, with each story beginning immediately after the last with no formatting to clearly separate them into chapters. I'm choosing not to read it and instead have requested a copy from a different publisher through Link Plus in hopes of a better reading experience.
Like many viewers last winter, I was initially mesmerized and then a little disappointed by HBO's intense thriller "True Detective." I liked that it had hints of a supernatural element and there were references to a little-known book of weird fiction, "The King in Yellow," a collection of interconnected short stories that came out in the late 19th century and was an influence on Lovecraft. (See the below link for more connections to "True Detective.") The early stories will be of the most interest to fans of the show focusing on the mysterious title character and a play that drives men mad, while the later ones are rather dull and plodding tales set in Europe. Also see the stories of Thomas Ligotti.
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