After the End of the World (Carter & Lovecraft #2)

After the End of the World (Carter & Lovecraft #2)

The second installment in a thrilling supernatural series that brings the H.P. Lovecraft mythos into the twenty-first century, optioned by Warner Bros TV. The Unfolded World is a bitter and unfriendly place for Daniel Carter and Emily Lovecraft. In this world, the Cold War never happened because the Soviet Union ceased to exist in 1941. In this world the Nazi Gro▀deutschlan The second installment in a thrilling supernatural series that brings the H.P. Lovecraft mythos into the twenty-firs...

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Title:After the End of the World (Carter & Lovecraft #2)
Author:Jonathan L. Howard
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:1250060907
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:358 pages pages

After the End of the World (Carter & Lovecraft #2) Reviews

  • Jeff Raymond
    Dec 21, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...

    I liked the first Carter and Lovecraft story well enough. Felt a little light on a whole, but it was interesting Lovecraftian escapism with a modern twist. The sequel takes the weird and shocking ending of the first book, however, and just cranks the whole thing up. The book becomes a ...

  • Joshua
    Feb 13, 2018

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

  • Miriam
    Feb 12, 2018

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

  • Tobin Elliott
    Sep 28, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...

    I liked the first Carter and Lovecraft story well enough. Felt a little light on a whole, but it was interesting Lovecraftian escapism with a modern twist. The sequel takes the weird and shocking ending of the first book, however, and just cranks the whole thing up. The book becomes a ...

    After the universe was ?unfolded? at the end of Lovecraft & Carter, Emily Lovecraft and Dan Carter found themselves in a world that was deeply wrong. The prologue of After the End of the World clues us into how wrong the world is as well. The novel opens shortly before the Molo...

    Have you ever come across something that you didn't know you needed or wanted until you found it? That's what the Carter and Lovecraft series is for me and I couldn't wait to tear into this one. Jonathan Howard is a wonderful writer and just like his first book ,Carter and Lovecraft,he...

    The first book in this series intrigued the hell out of me. Unfortunately, I felt this, the second book in the series, fell a little short. Don't get me wrong, the writing is excellent and engaging, and Carter and Lovecraft pretty much jump off the page, and their relationship is...

  • Lori
    Dec 02, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

  • Dan Schwent
    Feb 28, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

  • Brigid Keely
    Nov 21, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...

    I liked the first Carter and Lovecraft story well enough. Felt a little light on a whole, but it was interesting Lovecraftian escapism with a modern twist. The sequel takes the weird and shocking ending of the first book, however, and just cranks the whole thing up. The book becomes a ...

    After the universe was ?unfolded? at the end of Lovecraft & Carter, Emily Lovecraft and Dan Carter found themselves in a world that was deeply wrong. The prologue of After the End of the World clues us into how wrong the world is as well. The novel opens shortly before the Molo...

    Have you ever come across something that you didn't know you needed or wanted until you found it? That's what the Carter and Lovecraft series is for me and I couldn't wait to tear into this one. Jonathan Howard is a wonderful writer and just like his first book ,Carter and Lovecraft,he...

    The first book in this series intrigued the hell out of me. Unfortunately, I felt this, the second book in the series, fell a little short. Don't get me wrong, the writing is excellent and engaging, and Carter and Lovecraft pretty much jump off the page, and their relationship is...

    ** I received an advance reader copy of this book for free through a Goodreads giveaway. ** Another spectacular blend of mystery, magic and Lovecraftian horror! The main characters gained some more depth in this novel and the idea that Lovecraft's world was the real world before cer...

    I tore through Howard's "Carter and Lovecraft" and immediately pre-ordered "After the End of the World." "Carter and Lovecraft" introduces us to Dan Carter (descendant of Randolph Carter, who is not fictional in this world) and Emily Lovecraft (descendant of H. P. Lovecraft (who is als...

  • Peter Bradley
    Nov 28, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

  • Annie
    Oct 20, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...

    I liked the first Carter and Lovecraft story well enough. Felt a little light on a whole, but it was interesting Lovecraftian escapism with a modern twist. The sequel takes the weird and shocking ending of the first book, however, and just cranks the whole thing up. The book becomes a ...

    After the universe was ?unfolded? at the end of Lovecraft & Carter, Emily Lovecraft and Dan Carter found themselves in a world that was deeply wrong. The prologue of After the End of the World clues us into how wrong the world is as well. The novel opens shortly before the Molo...

  • Jen
    Oct 23, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...

    I liked the first Carter and Lovecraft story well enough. Felt a little light on a whole, but it was interesting Lovecraftian escapism with a modern twist. The sequel takes the weird and shocking ending of the first book, however, and just cranks the whole thing up. The book becomes a ...

    After the universe was ?unfolded? at the end of Lovecraft & Carter, Emily Lovecraft and Dan Carter found themselves in a world that was deeply wrong. The prologue of After the End of the World clues us into how wrong the world is as well. The novel opens shortly before the Molo...

    Have you ever come across something that you didn't know you needed or wanted until you found it? That's what the Carter and Lovecraft series is for me and I couldn't wait to tear into this one. Jonathan Howard is a wonderful writer and just like his first book ,Carter and Lovecraft,he...

    The first book in this series intrigued the hell out of me. Unfortunately, I felt this, the second book in the series, fell a little short. Don't get me wrong, the writing is excellent and engaging, and Carter and Lovecraft pretty much jump off the page, and their relationship is...

    ** I received an advance reader copy of this book for free through a Goodreads giveaway. ** Another spectacular blend of mystery, magic and Lovecraftian horror! The main characters gained some more depth in this novel and the idea that Lovecraft's world was the real world before cer...

  • Karl
    Nov 08, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

  • Mike (the Paladin)
    Jan 12, 2018

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

  • Alan
    Jan 02, 2018

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

  • deep
    Oct 15, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

  • Bradley
    Oct 24, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

  • Kristine
    Dec 01, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...

    I liked the first Carter and Lovecraft story well enough. Felt a little light on a whole, but it was interesting Lovecraftian escapism with a modern twist. The sequel takes the weird and shocking ending of the first book, however, and just cranks the whole thing up. The book becomes a ...

    After the universe was ?unfolded? at the end of Lovecraft & Carter, Emily Lovecraft and Dan Carter found themselves in a world that was deeply wrong. The prologue of After the End of the World clues us into how wrong the world is as well. The novel opens shortly before the Molo...

    Have you ever come across something that you didn't know you needed or wanted until you found it? That's what the Carter and Lovecraft series is for me and I couldn't wait to tear into this one. Jonathan Howard is a wonderful writer and just like his first book ,Carter and Lovecraft,he...

    The first book in this series intrigued the hell out of me. Unfortunately, I felt this, the second book in the series, fell a little short. Don't get me wrong, the writing is excellent and engaging, and Carter and Lovecraft pretty much jump off the page, and their relationship is...

    ** I received an advance reader copy of this book for free through a Goodreads giveaway. ** Another spectacular blend of mystery, magic and Lovecraftian horror! The main characters gained some more depth in this novel and the idea that Lovecraft's world was the real world before cer...

    I tore through Howard's "Carter and Lovecraft" and immediately pre-ordered "After the End of the World." "Carter and Lovecraft" introduces us to Dan Carter (descendant of Randolph Carter, who is not fictional in this world) and Emily Lovecraft (descendant of H. P. Lovecraft (who is als...

    After the End of the World by Jonathan L. Howard is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late November. Part Dunwich horror, part philosophical heist, and half alternative history, this book explores (in brief) about what the world would've been like if the Axis Powers successfully...

  • Maxine
    Nov 14, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

  • Pop Bop
    Nov 15, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

  • Shana Yates
    Nov 16, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

  • Char
    Jan 10, 2018

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

  • Ralph Blackburn
    Oct 20, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...

    I liked the first Carter and Lovecraft story well enough. Felt a little light on a whole, but it was interesting Lovecraftian escapism with a modern twist. The sequel takes the weird and shocking ending of the first book, however, and just cranks the whole thing up. The book becomes a ...

    After the universe was ?unfolded? at the end of Lovecraft & Carter, Emily Lovecraft and Dan Carter found themselves in a world that was deeply wrong. The prologue of After the End of the World clues us into how wrong the world is as well. The novel opens shortly before the Molo...

    Have you ever come across something that you didn't know you needed or wanted until you found it? That's what the Carter and Lovecraft series is for me and I couldn't wait to tear into this one. Jonathan Howard is a wonderful writer and just like his first book ,Carter and Lovecraft,he...

    The first book in this series intrigued the hell out of me. Unfortunately, I felt this, the second book in the series, fell a little short. Don't get me wrong, the writing is excellent and engaging, and Carter and Lovecraft pretty much jump off the page, and their relationship is...

    ** I received an advance reader copy of this book for free through a Goodreads giveaway. ** Another spectacular blend of mystery, magic and Lovecraftian horror! The main characters gained some more depth in this novel and the idea that Lovecraft's world was the real world before cer...

    I tore through Howard's "Carter and Lovecraft" and immediately pre-ordered "After the End of the World." "Carter and Lovecraft" introduces us to Dan Carter (descendant of Randolph Carter, who is not fictional in this world) and Emily Lovecraft (descendant of H. P. Lovecraft (who is als...

    After the End of the World by Jonathan L. Howard is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late November. Part Dunwich horror, part philosophical heist, and half alternative history, this book explores (in brief) about what the world would've been like if the Axis Powers successfully...

    After the End of the World by Jonathan L. Howard- In this sequel to Carter & Lovecraft, Daniel and Emily find themselves in a world where things have drastically changed and not for the good. The Germans A-bombed Moscow in 1941 averting World War Two and are now just friends with t...

  • Mel (Epic Reading)
    Feb 13, 2018

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

  • Daricus
    Nov 14, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...

    I liked the first Carter and Lovecraft story well enough. Felt a little light on a whole, but it was interesting Lovecraftian escapism with a modern twist. The sequel takes the weird and shocking ending of the first book, however, and just cranks the whole thing up. The book becomes a ...

    After the universe was ?unfolded? at the end of Lovecraft & Carter, Emily Lovecraft and Dan Carter found themselves in a world that was deeply wrong. The prologue of After the End of the World clues us into how wrong the world is as well. The novel opens shortly before the Molo...

    Have you ever come across something that you didn't know you needed or wanted until you found it? That's what the Carter and Lovecraft series is for me and I couldn't wait to tear into this one. Jonathan Howard is a wonderful writer and just like his first book ,Carter and Lovecraft,he...

  • Jeremy
    Dec 03, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

  • Christopher Farrell
    Nov 22, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

  • Cerisaye
    Feb 11, 2018

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

  • donna_ehm
    Jan 14, 2018

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

  • The Irregular Reader
    Dec 08, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

  • Dave
    Nov 16, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

  • Sam Gor
    Sep 20, 2017

    In the aftermath of the previous book, Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft are struggling to fit into their new world when Dan gets an intriguing case that sees him going undercover as a security guard at Miskatonic University to investigate a joint German-American zero point energy experim...

    Carter & Lovecraft may become a TV show, the rights have been sold to Warner Brothers. "Carter & Lovecraft": Jonathan Howard interview on YouTube --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_20c... ...

    Sometimes it seems that this world doesn't have enough Cthulhu adventures. It's a real fault. Fortunately, JLH has a cure in mind. Granted, he may have helped unfold the world we all knew and loved to send us right into an alternate timeline where Nazis got the atomic bomb and w...

    At the end of the excellent CARTER & LOVECRAFT there was a major cliffhanger and I felt compelled to request an ARC of the next book. I have to admit I was disappointed with AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD. The things I loved most in the universe that Jonathan Howard has created was ...

    "The existential dread doesn't me like it used to." The alternate-dimensional Nazis, on the other hand, piss Emily Lovecraft the fuck off. ...

    As to the shelves...we would have to call this, "mild horror" but as it's largely based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft lets put it on the horror shelf also. Okay...I'M GOING TO ASSUME YOU HAVE READ BOOK 1 SO THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR BOOK 1 IN THIS REVIEW OF BOOKS 2. IF YOU DOUN'T ...

    The Necronomicon - "It's the ...apocalypse with page numbers." I'm an unapologetic fan of H.P. Lovecraft and am always happy to sample work that embraces the Cthulhu Mythos, the Elder Gods, and Lovecraft's unique version of cosmicism, (especially the conviction that ordinary reality...

    This book is a journey into another dimension where the world has undergone an alternate history and some things have radically changed. For starters, the Nazis got the A-Bomb first, dropped it in Moscow, took over the Eastern half of Europe, withdrew from France and the Low Countries,...

    John L. Howard?s latest novel After the End of the World opens with a bang ? literally. In 1941, the Nazis explode a nuclear bomb over Moscow bringing an abrupt end to the war and changing history or, rather, unfolding it. In the present, Nazi Germany is the biggest superpower i...

    3 stars is probably a bit too generous. But I do love Howard (usually) so maybe he gets an extra star for being awesome before this book? Full RTC. ...

    For a second I was really thrown for a loop when I started this book, because I'd forgotten how the firs book had ended. After checking my sources, I delved back in and was delighted at the Unfolded World that Howard had created. I was also astounded at the amount of times I found myse...

    I think if I knew more about the Lovecraft mythology I wouldn't have so many questions. This is most definitely a 3.5. ...

    This is the second book in the Carter & Lovecraft Series, and so there are going to be massive, earth-shattering spoilers for the first book in this review. Go ahead and read the first book, then . This review will still be here when you?re ready. _________________________...

    Coming from the excellent 1st book and it's cliffhanger, I was let down by this one. The great part of the 1st book was the mystery and the weird. This one lacked in both aspects. I also didn't feel as this one built it's world enough to be believable and different. I feel as if the wo...

    The continuing adventures of Carter & Lovecraft takes them into the so-called "unfolded world" which is situated in an alternate reality where supposedly all of the H.P. Lovecraft places and things such as Arkham and Miskatonic University are real. It does feel like a bit of a p...

    Mildly entertaining, a very quick read, but not as novel as the first book in the series. ...

    PW Starred: Howard?s richly complex sequel to Carter & Lovecraft?featuring bookseller Emily Lovecraft and detective Daniel Carter?begins with a 1941 nuclear explosion over Moscow, engineered by the Nazis. That blast catapulted the world into an ?Unfolded? alternate realit...

    I haven't read the first book in the Carter & Lovecraft series but this novel stands well on its own, though obviously Big Spoilers for the end of the first one. I love Jonathan Howard's Johannes Cabal books so I knew to expect the sarky humour and snappy dialogue, and was not ...

    Please give my Amazon review a helpful vote - https://www.amazon.com/review/R71UBXT... This is the second book in what looks like an extended series featuring Dan Carter and Emily Lovecraft. Dan Carter is a private investigator and a retired New York cop. Lovecraft is the granddau...

    While not having an interest in Lovecraft or his particular kind of world building and mythology, I enjoyed the characters in Carter & Lovecraft (as well as JLH's writing in general) and wanted to see how they would develop in this next installment. But I came out of it disappointe...

    Second entry in the series and it opens with a doozy -- WWII mostly averted by the destruction of Moscow by the Nazis. Which means our eponymous protagonists (Carter & Lovecraft) live in an alternative reality where the Nazis are a few decades into that promised thousand year Third...

    The Unfolded World is great. I really like how there are pretty clear narrative arcs throughout this book. Section by section, our two leads discover things and then have to respond to them. And each section is clear-cut and they move on when things are done. Granted we aren't giv...