The day after judgment follows Black Easter (1968) and the bedlam to follow is Screwtaped via arguments and computer-scanned...

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THE DAY AFTER JUDGMENT

The day after judgment follows Black Easter (1968) and the bedlam to follow is Screwtaped via arguments and computer-scanned via machinery. Some of the same characters appear, black magician Theron Ware and munitions maker Baines who speculate whether that other Maker will intervene and whether the world almost destroyed is overrun by demons. Philosophical and theological arcana in a sometimes hard-to-crack nutshell but excitingly projected.

Pub Date: Jan. 15, 1970

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 1, 1970