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Author: Matt Ruff
Book Format: Hardcover
Original Title: Lovecraft Country
Number Of Pages: 372 pages
First Published in: February 16th 2016
Latest Edition: February 16th 2016
Language: English
Awards: Locus Award Nominee for Best Horror Novel (2017), World Fantasy Award Nominee for Novel (2017), Endeavour Award (2017), Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Horror (2016), Prix for Meilleur roman fantasy traduit (2019)
Genres: Horror, Fantasy, Fiction, Historical, Historical Fiction, Science Fiction, Historical, Audiobook, Horror, Lovecraftian, Fantasy, Supernatural, Race,
Main Characters: Atticus Turner, George Berry, Montrose Turner, Letitia Dandridge
Formats: audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.

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The main character of the story are Atticus Turner, George Berry, Montrose Turner, Letitia Dandridge. The book was first published in February 16th 2016 and the latest edition of the book was published in February 16th 2016 which eliminates all the known issues and printing errors.

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62 yr old enjoyed fantasy story that included Black racism history. Versions of the Green book can wtill be purchased.
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I got about halfway through this book before I set it down for good. I can understand why people would love it - the characters are very distinct and well-written, and the plot is pretty interesting and can be exciting. The best advice I can give someone, though, is to read the book before watching the show. That was my fatal mistake. I hadn't heard of Lovecraft Country until the show popped up. Loved the show - binged it, in fact. I had high hopes for the book. But I found that the plot moved along much, much slower than I had expected and the cast of characters doesn't focus on the central ones but includes a wide spattering of side characters who take their place in several scenarios. Because of that, I never got really attached to any one character. But I could've handled that. It's not a big deal, just another storytelling choice. The reason I put the book down halfway through is simply because it wasn't enough to hold my attention. There was so much monologuing that I lost interest in what they were supposed to be doing. The book doesn't do that much showing, but it does a lot of telling. Don't get me wrong, some monologues were really well-written. There were just so many of them, it could have been edited into a book of essays. I have nothing against monologue-heavy books. American Gods can rely on monologues quite a bit, but it's still a fantastic book to me. But the monologues in this book weren't so skillfully done. This story played better as a show than a book, in my opinion. There's isn't a lot of H.P. Lovecraftian magic that made the show so awesome. Even though magic is still featured heavily, you're more so told about it than actually see it. Even when you know it's happening, it's described in pretty bland or vague ways, so it's not all that interesting to read about. Overall, the main characters are really well done and the plot is interesting, but the writing is subpar and monologues drain the excitement out of it. Perhaps it's not supposed to be exciting, but it's a reasonable thing to assume of a book that has so much magic and Lovecraft references, and the kind of plot it does.
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