“From Beyond” By H.P. Lovecraft Review

Told from the first person perspective of an unnamed narrator and details his experiences with a scientist named Crawford Tillinghast. Tillinghast creates an electronic device that emits a resonance wave, which stimulates an affected person’s pineal gland, thereby allowing them to perceive planes of existence outside the scope of accepted reality.

The writing style very good in this one. It really surprised me because it I didn’t expect it and I had low expectations for it.

When it comes to the plot of this short story I gotta say that I truly liked it. It was so good that it surprised me. It has something to it, it was easily to connect with it and it made you imagine the whole story in your head. 

This plot almost seemed like it was perfect for a new season for “Stranger Things”, it really had the vibe of the first season of stranger things. 

It was sort but still super engaging and super enjoyable. However it wasn’t scary as some of you might expect, but it had couple of moments which send chills down my spine. 

And the narrator in this short story was like generic narrator from every gothic horror story but in this short story the narrator had something to him  which made him generic and also unique at the same time.

This short story is full of dread and ingenuity. Which I personally really enjoyed. 

I give this short story 4 / 5

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