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Who Fears the Devil? Mass Market Paperback – 1964
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Ballantine Paperback No. U2222; First Ballantine Printing Nov 1964; original copyright 1963. 192 pp. Size MMPB. Binding intact; no loose pages; spine not creased. Covers and pages clean and unmarked EXCEPT an about ¾" tear at bottom front spine corner which does not affect the binding. Otherwise in excellent condition.
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These are fantastic stories, brilliantly written. They sound wonderful if you choose to read them to your children, or read by yourself in your favorite easy chair. Someday, a wise publisher will take the four novels that John appeared in after this one, and sell it as one great e-book (those four being THE OLD GODS WAKEN, AFTER DARK, THE LOST AND THE LURKING, and THE HANGING STONES). Until then, seek them out individually. They're just as good or better.
The protagonist of this book wanders the American southeast collection songs to share, and does what he can to make the world a better place. Sometimes that means leaving the supernatural forces alone, sometimes that means redeeming them, and sometimes that means punching them in the throat. These stories include a touch of mystery, a touch of romance, and a whole lot of fun.
As with any large collection of stories, there will be a repetitiveness if you read them all at once. So the best way is to read a few at a time and put it aside and then come back to it. Well worth your while.