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Modern Magic: Tales of Fantasy and Horror
by: W.H. Horner in Paperback, 280
Published 25-4-2006 by Fantasist Enterprises

Modern Magic: Tales of Fantasy and Horror Magic surrounds us. It is the stuff of creation. The Enlightenment did not kill it with science, nor did the Industrial Revolution extinguish its usefulness with mechanation. And whether mankind is aware of it or not, this timeless power continues to have a hand in the fate of mortals. There exists in this world, things that logic and reason cannot explain, and there are beings that have never been captured or catalogued. Elves may feel cramped in the big city, but they can get by. As the wild lands disappear, werewolves may have to be a bit more careful, but they still find time to hunt. And devils and demons still prey upon the souls of the wicked and the unwary. Come, explore this world of mystery, wonder, danger, and horror. You may find it to be not unlike the world in which you live. Modern Magic contains twenty-six short stories of fantasy and horror and thirty-five photo-illustrations.

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