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reviewed The Illusionist. January 10, 2007
The Illusionist
Steven Millhauser's brilliant little short story 'Eisenheim the Illusionist' is beautifully realized cinematically by Neil Burger who not only adapted the story as a screenplay but also directed with …
reviewed The Illusionist. November 20, 2006
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The Illusionist
`The Illusionist' provides great, old-fashioned fun. Much like `The Prestige,' it is a magician's movie that requires the audience to keep their eyes on the subject. This time the titled `illusionist,' …
A Great and Terrible Beauty (The Gemma Doyle
A Great and Terrible Beauty does not fit neatly into any one genre. At times it is decidedly historical fiction as we are given a feel for the life of a teenaged girl at an English boarding school in …
reviewed The Golem's Eye. December 18, 2005
The Golem's Eye
The demon--excuse me--djinn, Bartimaeus once again steals the show in this second book of Jonathan Stroud's Bartimaeus Trilogy. My favorite scene is in the British Museum where a mysterious monster is …
The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews
Pros: Clear, concise, entertaining and brimming with info!     Cons: Perhaps less useful to the Non-Pagan reader     The Bottom Line: A must have for any Pagan …
reviewed Circle of Cats. March 03, 2004
Circle of Cats
Charles de Lint has long been creating a new North American mythology through his Newford (and pre-Newford, for that matter) stories of magical realities in a modern world, where Celtic, Native American, …
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