Black Easter: After Such Knowledge, Book 3

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Orion, Sep 29, 2011 - Fiction - 112 pages
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A gripping story about primal evil: a sinister intermingling of power, politics, modern theology, the dark forces of necromancy, and what proves, all too terribly, not to be superstition.

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User Review  - bibleblaster - LibraryThing

Having been a long-time fan of science fiction with religious themes, I inevitably got around to this one. I found it...well, a strange book. It's of the era when writers packed their ideas into ... Read full review

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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 ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

James Blish (1921-75) studied microbiology at Rutgers and then served as a medical laboratory technician in the US army during the Second World War. Among his best known books are Cities in Flight, A Case of Conscience, for which he won the Hugo in 1959 for Best Novel, Doctor Mirabilis, Black Easter and The Day After Judgement.

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