Brother of the Third Degree

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Wildside Press, Sep 1, 2007 - Social Science - 376 pages
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Garver's classic Occult novel, originally published in 1894. The reader is swept along with Alphonso Colono as strange adventures, coindences, and happenings stalk his every move!

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Garver's vision of a united Europe at peace in the 20th century, (after a period of war) was a good prediction, even if the mechanism he proposes is a bit absurd. The narrative itself is still a good read, despite the overblown period prose. This long-forgotten predecessor to the Da Vinci Code moves along nicely and has memorable characters. Not many 19th century occult fictions are half as readable.

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