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Author : Paula Cappa
A Tale of the Supernatural Night Sea Journey is a great read, and it’s a book that I might read again one day. It was definitely a page turner where I did not want to put the book down because I can relate to this book in some aspects. Paula…
The Magician - W. Somerset Maugham Horror Book Review
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THE MAGICIAN (1908) by W. Somerset Maugham is an unusual work of early 20th century fantastic literature inspired by the real historical personage and occultist Aleister Crowley who was a contemporary and acquaintance of the author.
Reminiscent of FRANKENSTEIN, the magician, Oliver Haddo, is an imposing, terrifying and yet strangely compelling man of mystery who engages in dangerous clandestine experimentation and dark practices, embroiling the other characters in a wicked game of life and death.
Includes an introduction by the author titled “A Fragment of Autobiography.”
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