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The Occultists

  • Kartonierter Einband
  • 330 Seiten
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Polly Schattel is originally from Birmingham, AL, but prefers the wild emerald hills of Colorado and Western North Carolina. A fi... Weiterlesen
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Polly Schattel is originally from Birmingham, AL, but prefers the wild emerald hills of Colorado and Western North Carolina. A filmmaker with a host of award-winning features films under her belt, she returned to the written word when she had the bright idea that maybe she could tell her stories without spending years raising money for them first. She's taught Film Directing, Film Editing, and Screenwriting in the UNC university system, NYC, and elsewhere. Proudly and passionately transgender, Polly lives in the mountains near Asheville, NC with her wife and three vicious and savage but very adorable animals. The Occultists is her first novel.



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Sssshhhhhhhh…
For Edwardian-era spiritualists and illusionists, silence is more than a strategy; it's a way of life. And when Max Grahame, a bullied, small-town teen, discovers a secretive world of occultism and séances right under his nose, he can hardly contain his excitement.
But as Max begins his conjurer's lessons in earnest, his newfound knowledge exposes the group's dark and deeply sinister designs, leading a game of supernatural cat and mouse that takes him from the ancient hills of rural Georgia and the mystic plains of the Midwest to fin-de-siècle Manhattan…and beyond.
Impeccably researched and wildly imaginative, The Occultists is a darkly riveting historical fantasy in which magic is terrifying, and annihilation is closer than Max could ever imagine.

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Titel: The Occultists
Autor:
EAN: 9781950305445
ISBN: 1950305449
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Romane & Erzählungen
Anzahl Seiten: 330
Gewicht: 509g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T19mm
Jahr: 2020