OK.... where to begin...? It's weird. VERY weird. The Complete Pagana is a book of mythology from some other world, and reads like African or Native American fables, ("So-and-so went to the sea and asked...." etc.). There are a number of characters (godlings) and I often found myself going, "What? Who?" after reading a section. I won't lie to you: I picked this book up because it was Chaosium Fiction, so I assumed it would be C'thulhu-like. I was wrong; the only similarity is that The Complete Pegana also deals with the impact of gods among mortals. I'm not a quick reader, and this book took me a lot longer than it should have. But that's my only complaint.