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Empire of Light

by David Czuchlewski

Empire of Light by David Czuchlewski
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  • First Published:
    Sep 2003, 236 pages
    Paperback:
    Mar 2005, 240 pages

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Norman Ershler (11/12/03)

I love David Czuchlewski's first book, The Muse Asylum, and looked forward to reading Empire of Light with much anticipation. Although interesting and readable, overall and in the end, it was disappointing and unsatisfying. For me to say exactly why would be the ultimate plot spoiler. I will say the most objectionable thing about this book is its implausibility.
Witch_book (09/28/03)

I'm sure u'll enjoy reading this book.
The plot is excellent with artistic description.
that's really compelling.
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