"Deeply atmospheric, impressively learned, endlessly suggestive: it won't mean much, though, to readers who haven't wrestled with its equally demanding predecessors. Crowley's work is a taste well worth acquiring, but you have to work at it."
Historian Pierce Moffett's ongoing scholarly obsession with "magic, secret histories, and the End of the World" is depicted in ever darkening hues—in the forbiddingly dense third volume of Crowley's ambitious Aegypt Quartet (Aegypt
, 1987; Love and Sleep
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