London: Holden & Hardingham, 1921. Second Edition. Quarter Leather. "Cheap" Edition, i.e., the Second Edition; the book was first published by Chapman & Hall in 1908. Octavo, bound in mid 20th-Century quarter purple leather over marbled paper boards, the spine ruled in gilt with leather label & gilt titles.  pp. Ink name on a preliminary blank "Ian M. Law / March 18th 1955". Browning to text block but paper still remarkably supple. Light tanning to spine panel. A very good, attractive copy. Very Good. Item #311156
¶ Weird fantasy novel. "He relates the story of a lonely house in Ireland enveloped by hideous forces from other worlds and besieged by weird monstrosities emerging from an abyss beneath the house." - H.C. Koenig, 'William Hope Hodgson: Master of the Weird and Fantastic" (Introduction to the Arkham House edition, 1946). "One of the classics of supernatural fiction." - Bleiler, The Guide to Supernatural Fiction (1983).