The Lost Magic of the Belle Époque
Inner Traditions • Bear & Company
October 30, 2016
nonfiction – history – occult
So far, there has not been much effort in putting together all the information available on the explosion of occult movements in Paris from roughly 1870 to 1914. For this reason, Occult Paris: The Lost Magic of the Belle-Époque aims at filling “the gap in cultural knowledge that ignorance and materialistic hostility to the category of the spiritual has created” (p.xii).
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The Witch of Painted Sorrows
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by MJ Rose
Release date: March 17, 2015
by Atria Books/Simon & Schuster
Genre: historical suspense / paranormal
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You know a book is really good when it’s in a genre you usually never read, and yet as soon as you open the book, you get totally glued to it, as another blogger said about this same book. And you just can’t stop flipping the pages. This has been my experience with two previous books by MJ Rose: Seduction and The Collector of Dying Breaths. And no, I usually do not read nor like paranormal themes. But with one exception for MJ Rose. She did it again with her latest, The Witch of Painted Sorrows, and I’m really thrilled to present it to you today.
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