Chorazin

The Weird of Hali : 3

By (author) John Michael Greer

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Book Details

  • Publisher : Sphinx Books
  • Published : October 2023
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 242
  • Size : 152mm(w) x 229mm(h)
  • Catalogue No : 95220
  • ISBN 13 : 9781912573936
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Synopsis

A thrilling adventure on the other side of the Cthulhu Mythos: something sleeps with the hill

A last desperate hope brings Justin Martense to the little town of Dunwich in the Massachusetts hills.

Justin’s family lies under an ancient curse brought down on them by an ancestor’s terrible deed. Once in each generation, one of the descendants of Gerrit Martense is summoned in dreams to Elk Hill, near the town of Chorazin in western New York, never to return.

Now Justin has received the summons; a cryptic message from Nyarlathotep, the messenger of the Great Old Ones, sends him to Owen Merrill, who might be able to solve the riddle of the Martense curse soon enough to save Justin’s life.

As the two of them travel to Chorazin and begin to trace tangled clues reaching deep into the region’s colonial past, strange forces gather, and so do the enemies of the Great Old Ones.

Far below the brooding stone circle that crowns Elk Hill, one of the forgotten powers of the ancient world turns in restless sleep—and before they can unravel the secret of Chorazin, Owen and Justin will have to face archaic sorceries, monstrous beings, and the supreme nightmare chronicled centuries before in Ludvig Prinn’s The Mysteries of the Worm...

About the author

By (author) John Michael Greer

John Michael Greer is the award-winning author of more than fifty books, including The New Encyclopedia of the Occult, The Druidry Handbook, The Celtic Golden Dawn, and Circles of Power: An Introduction to Hermetic Magic. An initiate in Freemasonry, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the Martinist Order, and three Druid traditions, Greer served as the Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America (AODA) for twelve years. He is also the author of seventeen fantasy and science fiction novels and ten nonfiction books on peak oil and the future of industrial society. He lives in Rhode Island with his wife Sara and blogs weekly on politics, magic, and the future at www.ecosophia.net.

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