Dawn Song by Michael Marano

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Dath writes that this novel "discourses theologically, perceives dreadfully, sings erotically and thinks politically."
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Dawn Song is a darkly erotic exploration of supernatural evil in very human circumstances. Lawrence is an invisible bookstore clerk in Boston, drawn through no choice of his own into the greatest conflict of all--a struggle for dominance between two of the most powerful devils in Hell.

As the media frenzy of the Gulf War buildup enthralls the city, Lawrence feels the presence of something ethereal and beautiful that has come to Boston, as he has, in search of fulfillment and love everlasting. If he only knew what it was...
 

About Michael Marano

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Michael Marano is the author of Dawn Song, winner of both the Bram Stoker Award and the International Horror Guild Award. "Mad Professor Mike" is a horror writer, a movie reviewer, and an expert in Kaballah and other mystical forms. He was born in Buffalo, and has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area and Charleston, South Carolina, but his true home is in Boston, where he currently resides.
 
Published April 15, 1998 by Tor Books. 384 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Jul 14 2014

Dath writes that this novel "discourses theologically, perceives dreadfully, sings erotically and thinks politically."

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