H P Lovecraft was one of the greatest horror writers of all time His seminal work appeared in the pages of legendary Weird Tales and has influenced countless writer of the macabre This is one of those stories I thought it was genuinely horrific muchclear than a normal Lovecraft story but then this wasof a collaboration with his wife. A decir verdad, este relato estuvo muy bueno Su objetivo es dar terror y lo logra. Be careful of what you take from the deep ocean. I love Lovecraft The story was OK In honor of him I can t give any of his books stories lower then 4 stars Its a basic horrors of the deep story but well written of course The Horror at Martin s BeachOriginally published November 1923We begin with Sailors battling a collosal beast, for hours they struggle to bring the creature to shore When they do it causes panic and terror, the creature bears strange anatomical irregularities such as a single large eye and rudimentary forelegs and six toed feet in place of pectoral fins After inspection by marine biologists, it is revealed to be just a juvenile A baby, which of course means there are larger beasts of similar The Horror at Martin s BeachOriginally published November 1923We begin with Sailors battling a collosal beast, for hours they struggle to bring the creature to shore When they do it causes panic and terror, the creature bears strange anatomical irregularities such as a single large eye and rudimentary forelegs and six toed feet in place of pectoral fins After inspection by marine biologists, it is revealed to be just a juvenile A baby, which of course means there are larger beasts of similar fashion This is when the terror sets in and so when the mother of this poor, strange creature seeks revenge..This short story could be much longer and I would have been very happy For being Lovecraft I found it actually moved at a very quick speed It s almost a Lovecraft for beginners pace and style He puts the thesaurus down for a few paragraphs which is nice Instead of taking paragraphs to explain a sentence he keeps it pretty focused.It s just really short with no lasting payoff Fucking fish The moon went partly under a cloud, and in the half light the line of swaying men resembled some sinister and gigantic centipede, writhing in the clutch of a terrible creeping death.In the early 1920 s, a 50 foot monstrous fish is captured at sea, showing clear signs of mutation digit like arms, six toed feet for dorsal fins, a single eyeball in its head And it s an infant Displayed as an oddity at the seaside resort of Martin s Beach, the creature and its ship museum is swept back to sea du The moon went partly under a cloud, and in the half light the line of swaying men resembled some sinister and gigantic centipede, writhing in the clutch of a terrible creeping death.In the early 1920 s, a 50 foot monstrous fish is captured at sea, showing clear signs of mutation digit like arms, six toed feet for dorsal fins, a single eyeball in its head And it s an infant Displayed as an oddity at the seaside resort of Martin s Beach, the creature and its ship museum is swept back to sea during a sudden, freak storm The next day, the true horror begins A terrific beach read A rather unusual story when compared to Lovecraft s other work It issimilar in theme to something by Junji Ito. A very effective short story it s been a while since I ve read Lovecraft but I m hesitant to see this as his story, since he was a reviser editor To me, this is clearly Sonia Greene her descriptions are vivid, her vocab direct clear to help readers visual what the characters are experiencing while keeping the actual nature of the horror obscured The setting, themes, and conclusion feel very Lovecraftian, but I wonder if that sa reflection of horror stories of the 1920s than this be A very effective short story it s been a while since I ve read Lovecraft but I m hesitant to see this as his story, since he was a reviser editor To me, this is clearly Sonia Greene her descriptions are vivid, her vocab direct clear to help readers visual what the characters are experiencing while keeping the actual nature of the horror obscured The setting, themes, and conclusion feel very Lovecraftian, but I wonder if that sa reflection of horror stories of the 1920s than this being a co written work between Greene Lovecraft Would love to hear other folx s thoughts on this