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Meeting up with one mystery after another, including Adam and Eve themselves, he slowly but surely explores the mystery of the human fall from grace, and of our redemption. Instructed into the ways of seeing the deeper realities of this world--seeing, in a sense, by the light of the spirit--the reader and Mr. Vane both sense that MacDonald writes from his own deep experience of radiance, from a bliss so profound that death's darkness itself is utterly eclipsed in its light. --Doug Thorpe --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
The page says it's for the book _Lilith_ by J.R. Salamanca. The reviews page and all reviews go on and on about George MacDonald as the author. What's going on here?
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George MacDonald takes Mr. Vane on a journey, during which he comes to see himself as he is, and as he shall be, when the Golden Morning dawns. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Gil Gilliam
I love George MacDonald, but this one took a bit for me to get into, and even longer to understand where he was going with it. Once I did, it was much better. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Jodi
I found the movie fascinating, totally absorbing. The book was even better. It is a beautifully written, complex story about a young man who falls in love with a brilliant,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by TB1
Facinating, and thought provoking story. Gives insight into the world of schitzophreniaPublished 1 month ago by Tyrone Martinez
Incredible writing - had to wonder if MacDonald took LSD - but profoundly beautiful and biblical in portions and deeply moving. Read morePublished 2 months ago by findel
Allegory. Not much to modern tastes, or my own. Fuzzy mystical philosophy. Not very good writing. (all the characters are always "throwing themselves down" somewhere or... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer