Walking the Labyrinth

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Tor, Jan 1, 1998 - Fiction - 254 pages
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Molly Travers, a young woman living in San Francisco, discovers that she is the descendant of a family of vaudeville magicians, who in the nineteenth century performed real magic with a group of occultists known as the Order of the Labyrinth. As Molly investigates her past, richer and deeper magic enters her life. First she travels to England, where the trail leads her to an estate once owned by a rich, eccentric widow who believed in the supernatural and had her own personal medium - Molly's great-grandmother. Underneath the house, in the enormous cellar, the widow's fortune was spent constructing a labyrinth to Molly's great-grandmother's specifications. Beneath the house the labyrinth awaits, seemingly untouched by the hundred years that have passed since it was built. Molly enters its passages and there everything changes. The labyrinth, and the secrets it contains, will bring Molly face-to-face with magic, mystery, and murder, changing her life forever.

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Review: Walking the Labryinth

User Review  - Matt - Goodreads

There are a lot of cool plot elements in this book. I liked the occult stuff, the traveling real magic show, and even the slightly formulaic mystery stuff. This was a fun read, but I think this book ... Read full review

Review: Walking the Labryinth

User Review  - Danielle - Goodreads

so...my dad made me read this book and my first impression was "seriously?" However I was pleasantly surprised, this book is very intriguing and in the end I couldn't put it down. its now one of my favorites and I'm so glad that my dad made me read it. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Lisa Goldstein is the author of seven widely acclaimed novels, including "The Dream Years, A Mask for the General, Strange Devices of the Sun and Moon, Tourists, Summer King, Winter Fool, "and "Dark Cities Underground," as well as numerous works of short fiction, recently collected in the anthology "Travellers in Magic," Goldstein lives in Oakland, California.

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