The Tree on the Hill Kindle É on the eBook ¸

The Tree on the Hill Kindle É on the eBook ¸

The Tree on the Hill ❰EPUB❯ ✼ The Tree on the Hill Author H.P. Lovecraft – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk The story is written in first person It depicts the main character going outside Hampden and finding a special tree The tree makes him day dream about a big temple in a land with three suns The temple The story is written in first person on the eBook ¸ It depicts the main character going outside Hampden and finding a special tree The tree makes him day dream about a big temple in a land with three suns The temple was half violet, half blue Some shadows attracted him into the inside He thought he saw three flaming eyes watching him and he shouted twice and the vision was gone.


10 thoughts on “The Tree on the Hill

  1. ᴥ Irena ᴥ ᴥ Irena ᴥ says:

    3.5 by H P Lovecraft and D W RimelA man stumbles upon a sinister looking tree in a place where nothing else seems to grow He falls asleep and dreams of another world He wakes up miles away, bloody and with clothes torn Since he took a couple of pictures of the place, he decides to show them to his friend.Lovecraft had read Rimel s The Tree on the Hill and told him that it truly captures the essence of the weird, although a bit anticlimactic in the end The title of the old tome and the ext 3.5 by H P Lovecraft and D W RimelA man stumbles upon a sinister looking tree in a place where nothing else seems to grow He falls asleep and dreams of another world He wakes up miles away, bloody and with clothes torn Since he took a couple of pictures of the place, he decides to show them to his friend.Lovecraft had read Rimel s The Tree on the Hill and told him that it truly captures the essence of the weird, although a bit anticlimactic in the end The title of the old tome and the extract from it is one of Lovecraft s contributions to the story


  2. Oleksandr Fediienko Oleksandr Fediienko says:

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  3. Amy Mills Amy Mills says:

    I d be a terrible Lovecraftian protagonist My response to the supposedly horrific ending of this was to want to explore further, make first or renewed contact, and so on A gate to another world that opens at predictable intervals Awesome Let s go Let s findof these So, yeah, I d be the first eaten, or institutionalized, or whatever, in a Lovecraftian story The idea for this one is interesting, but I find the whole things wot man was not meant to know bit tiresome.


  4. Shah Shajedur Rahman Shakil Shah Shajedur Rahman Shakil says:

    There is a invisible barrier between what we know and what we don t Do we really want to know what we don t A fear of knowing the unknown is depicted in this story Let us keep some unknown, unknowable It is better this way.


  5. Luis Fdo Luis Fdo says:

    Es un relato clasico de Lovecraft, pero ya esta, no tiene nada mas qie sea destacable, es bueno, es rapido, tiene algun concepto interesante, pero nada del otro mundo, aun asi puede ser una buena inspiracion para una historia relacionada con el tiempo, bueno, pero para mada un indispensable.


  6. Sayan Das Sayan Das says:

    A really creepy story to give goosebumps I was really thrilled and chilled while enjoying this story


  7. Jeisson Jaimes Mesías Jeisson Jaimes Mesías says:

    It is the first short story I read from Lovecraft, even if it is interesting it is not remotely frightening or satisfying.


  8. Ebster Davis Ebster Davis says:

    Surely you dont think the world is a rule for measuring the universe Why wouldn t it be, Mr Lovecraft Why wouldn t it be


  9. Mike Vendetti Mike Vendetti says:

    Narrated this as an audio book Lovecraft s character stumbles into another world that haunts his dreams and waking hours As always evil lurks in the world of H.P Lovecraft.


  10. Sayan Das Sayan Das says:

    A really creepy story to give goosebumps I was really thrilled and chilled while enjoying this story


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