I'm reading The Night Land: A Story Retold by James Stoddard and William Hope Hodgson. Hodgson's 1912 novel was an early cosmic horror, epic fantasy and romance (?) tale loved by H.P. Lovecraft. It's filled with otherworldly imagery, unfathomable mysteries and is incredibly evocative. It's also terribly overwritten in an archaic style (17th century I think), also plodding, repetitive and all but unreadable. James Stoddard did a hero's work by rewriting the novel into a much more readable style and is fantastic. I'm breezing though this edition.