Nicholas Binge's new novel has lofty ambitions whose summit its familiar pastiche of Lovecraftian cosmic mysteries can't quite reach.
Let's give it a chance to start a trend. There were a lot of Tolkien wannabes, until George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire". Maybe we will see a new, more "inclusive" Lovecraft arise.
Shades of John Uri Lloyd’s "Etidorhpa: or, the End of the Earth: Etidorhpa or the End of Earth.
The Strange History of a Mysterious Being and The Account
of a Remarkable Journey (1895) –"I Am the Man". Maybe he was actually called "name: htami"?