A review by kafka over on rpg. net of  The Rending Box gives it the full 10 points.

If you are new Trail of Cthulhu or just want to have a series of Purist adventures – start with this one. The Rending Box provides a wonderfully evocative adventure that sets the tone for Trail or Call of Cthulhu. Pelgrane Press has another winner for both seasoned veterans of Cthulhu and newbies alike. It sates the appetite for one solid night of fun gaming.

Dan Harms reviews Graham Walmsley’s Trail of Cthulhu adventure The Rending Box.

…another excellent contribution to the Trail of Cthulhu line.

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Nominated for Best Adventure in the 2012 ENnie awards

In an antiques shop in North London, there is a box. Inside the box is an ancient creature, seeping through into the world. It will show the Investigators the universe as it really is.

The Rending Box is the final Purist adventure for Trail of Cthulhu. The previous scenarios, The Dying of St Margaret’s, The Watchers in the Sky and The Dance In The Blood have hinted about an immense, fecund creature, spawning beneath the soil of the Lake District.

In The Rending Box, the Investigators see that creature. Indeed, they may discover everything: the patterns behind the universe, the monsters older than time, the secrets that break your mind. And all they need to do is open a box.

This is the fourth and final installment of Graham Walmsley’s Purist Adventure series for Trail of Cthulhu, and is now available in print and PDF format in the collection The Final Revelation.

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Stock #: PELGT21D Author: Graham Walmsley
Artist:Jerome Huguenin Pages: 31 pg PDF

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Pookie has posted a review of Graham Walmsley’s, The Rending Box, on Reviews from R’lyeh.

What The Rending Box does is provide an explanation that caps the series while still providing another bleak story. What sets it apart from the previous three though is that it actually comes with a climatic ending. Well, a potential climatic ending right before the Mythos delivers its quietly uncaring riposte…

You can read the full review here.