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Black Easter: Faust Aleph-Null - James Blish
Black Easter: Faust Aleph-Null
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ISBN: 9780140034165 (0140034161)
Publisher: Penguin
Edition language: English
Series: After Such Knowledge (#2)
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Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it
3.0 Black Easter
What Dracula and King's Salem's Lot is to vampires, Black Easter is to demons. These days, vampires, witches and wizards are lovable creatures in fiction. There are even neo-Pagans today who embrace a belief in ceremonial magic as benign. Blish says in his Author's Note that every one of the "novels...
Autumn Adventures
Autumn Adventures rated it
3.0
The book ends with three English words and a mathematical symbol commonly known as Aleph-naught. Or, in Rabbinic/Judaic folk lore, a reference to the reward given to the Aleph by starting the Ten Commandments and also begins the three words that Make up God's mystical name in Exodus: I Am That I A...
Manny Rayner's book reviews
Manny Rayner's book reviews rated it
4.0
I don't usually go for novels about black magic, which I tend to find boring and kind of stupid, but this one is pretty good. Blish isn't being campy, or playing it for laughs. The assumption made here is that black magic exists and really works, allowing you to summon demons from Hell and make them...
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