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The year is 1913 and the young local surgeon, Geza Csath, takes his time between hits of opium to scribble these tales of magick, the macabre, and dark eyed, murderous children. Like Csath’s short life, none of this takes very long. If you find yourself traveling through Hungary, especially in the gypsy countrylands far away from sophistication and city lights, save some time for Geza Csarth, along with an overly generous snifter of brandy.
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