(urth) Black Easter

Iorwerth Thomas iorweththomas at hotmail.com
Thu Feb 17 07:29:33 PST 2005

>From: Dan'l Danehy-Oakes <danldo at gmail.com>

>You really should, but preferably in context - if you don't know (and
>I am not assuming you don't, just not assuming you _do_ eithe),
>it's part of the second volume of a trilogy - a _true_ trilogy, three
>thematically linked novels, rather than a three-novel series or a
>three-volume novels. The theme is the permissibility of secular
>knowledge in the context of the Christian faith. The novels are
>1. _Doctor Mirabilis_ - realistic/historical.
>2.  _Black Easter_ and _The Day After Judgement_ - contemporary
>     dark fantasies, sometimes published in one volume as _The
>     Devil's Day_.
>3. _A Case of Conscience_ - future SF.

I'm afraid that's why I haven't read it yet; at present, I think only 'A 
Case of Conscience' is actually in print in the UK;  I did look quickly on 
Amazon a few weeks ago and found a compliation of all 3 novels going for 
something like £150, which is a  little beyond my finances.  I refuse to 
read any of them if I cant get hold of all of them, which is probably 
slightly silly of me.


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