” Lovecraft Country “ was back at it again with the spooky shenanigans-this time, exiting full Indiana Jones with a splash of “Goonies” as our boy Atticus leads Leti and his shady papas Montrose into an subterranean adventure into the abyss.
What happens next is, well, strange after Atticus meets the new Lads of Adam cult Leader Christina Braithwaite who he discovers apply Leti the money for the no-longer-haunted-as-far-as-we-know mansion.
This induces him on a mission to find the missing pages from a spellbook by the cult’s benefactors Titus Braithwaite and Epstein Winthrop to hopefully protect himself and the crew from Christina dark’s sorcery.
Atticus’s firstly stop is the local library where he detects the pages are hidden inside a history museum before going on a street tour with Leti, Montrose, Hippolyta, Tree and Diana to that terribly museum in Boston.
Naturally, they break into the museum and discover a hidden acces to an subterranean cave directly below a effigy of Titus.
Atticus, Leti and Montrose find themselves caught up in an Indiana Jonesian adventure fitted with deadly obstacles, ancient questions, steadily rising water and an undead Native American two-spirit entity listed Yahima who’s cursed to safeguard Titus’ missing sorcery pages.
Luckily, Atticus is able to communicate with the characters as a successor of Titus and collects the pages that not-very-shockingly effect everything to crumble around them.
Our heroes manage to escape in an elevator with Yahima-YES, THE SAME ELEVATOR FROM LAST WEEK-back to the no-longer-haunted-as-far-as-we-know-mansion.
With the missing sheets in hand, Atticus can certainly bargain with Christina and her friend. It’s just the small more extremely important detail of his dad being A HOMICIDAL MANIAC who knows wayyyy more than he makes on that might involve everything.
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