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Exorcising Angels: Numbered Hardcover Edition

Exorcising Angels: Numbered Hardcover Edition

by Simon Clark, Tim Lebbon

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Publishers Weekly - Publishers Weekly
In their eerie novella Exorcising Angels, set during the London blitz of 1940, Simon Clark and Tim Lebbon pay homage to Arthur Machen's "The Bowmen" (1915), which caused a stir because many British readers took this tale of angelic English archers mowing down advancing German troops with invisible arrows in the early days of WWI to be true. The abrupt appearance in a London church of a German airman's homicidal reanimated corpse strikes the only false note. In addition, each author contributes an original story: Clark's visionary "Bridge to Nowhere" does a better job than Lebbon's sexually explicit "Skins" in capturing Machen's weird essence. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.

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