Many Dimensions

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Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1949 - Fiction - 269 pages
An ancient stone possessing awesome and terrifying powers wreaks havoc in this intelligent and provocative literary excursion into the supernatural A remarkable object has fallen into the hands of the abominable scientist Sir Giles Tumulty. Once positioned at the center of the crown of King Solomon, it is a stone of astonishing and terrifying power, capable of good and evil alike. Anyone who touches it can move through time and space, perform miracles, and heal or kill. The stone can replicate itself, and does so during the course of Sir Giles & rsquo;s inhuman experiments, subsequently falling into numerous unworthy hands throughout England. There are those who will attempt to use the stone for personal gain, only to discover that it is they themselves being used by a power beyond their comprehension; some will find themselves trapped in eternally repeating nightmares from which there is no escape; still others will be freed from their earthly burdens. And so begins the battle between the forces of darkness and light for control of the most dangerous object in existence.

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User Review  - Steve - Christianbook.com

Written by a master of the craft and genre, a close friend and associate of Tolkien and Lewis, and a spiritual visionary. Charles Williams breathes life into the science fiction staple of time travel ... Read full review

User Review  - Glen Holmgren - Christianbook.com

This is one of a set of five novels by a writer with superlative intellect and a profound insight into both the human psyche and the transcendence of God. Williams is at his best describing the nexus ... Read full review

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About the author (1949)

(1886-1945) An intense, imaginative, magnetic person, Charles Williams was a member of the Inklings, the group of creative Oxford Christians of the 1930s and 1940s that included C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien. Though he excelled in many literary genres, Williams is best remembered for his poetry and his original fiction—contemporary religious novels filled with suspense, mystery, and supernatural conflict.

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