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Fiction Presented As Fact,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Satan Seller (Paperback)
I recently read this book, which had a tradition of being passed around from person to person as a joke. Warnke tries to mix neo-pagan witchcraft and Satanism in ways that don't make any sense to someone (like me) familiar with both. He attacks the use of ritual in Christian worship as being empty, yet at the end of the book he's engaging in his own brand of Christian voodoo - 'calling on the Blood' and such.
A 1992 expose in Cornerstone magazine blew the doors off this author's fictional past. Which is no surprise, having read his obviously fabricated autobiography.
I'm rating the book two stars, because it's not badly written.