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Donald Tyson (Nova Scotia, Canada) is an occult scholar and the author of the popular, critically acclaimed Necronomicon series. He has written more than a dozen books on Western esoteric traditions. Visit him online at DonaldTyson.com.
It feels like there are several stories all woven together so that it constantly has your attention.
It's not going to be that for most people, it just happened to fall into my hands at the exact time I needed a book like that.
I would recommend reading the "Necronomicon: The Wandering of Alhazred" by the same author before this book however.
It's a very good read. It's 600 + pages but it's worth it.Published 1 month ago by Christopher Millan
One of those books that makes you sad to see it end! I would really like to see more from this author!Published 6 months ago by Caz
I really kind of love this book. Alhazred makes a winning protagonist, flaws and all, as he and his young sidekick attempt to survive the terrors of the ancient world. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jake B.
I am a fan of Lovecraft but I think that Mr. Tyson's writing style suits me better. I like how fleshed out the characters were and the story held my interest from beginning to end.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
I totally loved this book and for several reasons. First off the author has done his research on the Middle East. He put Alhazred's story back into it's proper context. Read morePublished 9 months ago by S. Cranow
I ordered this book because I like that eldritch abominations stuff, but when it showed up, the the thing was the size of a car battery, for christ's sake. Read morePublished 10 months ago by C. King
Good story. A little predictable but fun to read. I will look for other books by this author, hope they are as good.Published 10 months ago by OldHag
Awesome book if you enjoy the mythos, will make this briefer than I'd personally like so I don't bore/wall of text you blind and spoil half of it for you, but will add a few... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Daniel K. Worden