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The Magick Bookshop

Trobe, Kala

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ISBN 10: 0738705152 / ISBN 13: 9780738705156
Published by Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd, Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A., 2004
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Title: The Magick Bookshop

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide Ltd, Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket as Issued

Edition: 1st Printing

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2005 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Winner for Best Visionary Fiction Book! In the heart of Oxford, England, sits Malynowsky's Bookshop, the sort of place that makes people go "oooh" as soon as they step into it. Its books both lure and intimidate, and the clientele come to browse in the knowledge that their needs will be met and their privacy respected. Inside, the myths re-enact themselves daily among the customers, employees, and the books themselves.

This collection of six short stories takes you inside this little world of mystery, real magick, and moral lessons. Meet Paul Magwitch, possessed by the spirit of a young girl who compels him to buy expensive things he does not need or want; the Witch in the City, who ekes out a living reading Tarot for strangers in the park; and Eurydice, a shop employee who tragically becomes the victim of a customer's magical attack.

About the Author:

Kala Trobe (UK) is the main nom-de-plume of Kate La Trobe-Bateman. She is author of the award-winning work of fiction The Magick Bookshop and the new Magick in the West End, a dazzling collection of short stories that brim with imagination and come straight from the theatre-lit, gaudy, blinding, yet, bewitching streets of London's West End - and all seen through the eyes of a magically-minded young and aspiring occultist at one of Londons most well-known esoteric bookshops.

Kala Trobe is the author of several works of Llewellyn non-fiction including Invoke the Goddess: Visualizations of Hindu, Greek, & Egyptian Deities, Magic of Qabalah, Invoke the Gods: Exploring the Power of Male Archetypes and The Witchs Guide to Life, and is also published by Random House UK.
Ms Trobe currently divides her time between London and Amsterdam.

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