A somewhat recondite rendering of pop science themes, that has a rather specialised audience in its assumption of an above...

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THE LOST CAVERN

A somewhat recondite rendering of pop science themes, that has a rather specialised audience in its assumption of an above average intelligence. For the story of the influence of a dead man in an unused chapel, that of life in the world of 1975 when tidal emergencies influenced the population, another of the discovery of a Mexican cavern in which bats displayed their superiority, another in which a priest displays the power of good against the threat of evil,- these present the author's versatility in slow motion horror, in an ability to compress the fantastic into molds other than mass production. For the fanciers of factual into fiction, these embody a rather focused market.

Pub Date: Feb. 19, 1948

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Vanguard

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1948