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Lilith - ESP Series
Lilith Book Cover, written by Tom Stevens
|Publisher||Project Renaissance Limited|
|Publication date||June 2, 2009|
Lilith is a novel written by Tom Stevens. The work's plot follows the release of the demoness Lilith and a plague that she brings to Liverpool, England. She is opposed by a paranormal research institute that attempt to stop her plans. This work and associated film have been retitled to Lilith: The Last Temptation of Adam, for which an entry can be found elsewhere in the SuccuWiki.
- Title: Lilith
- Author: Tom Stevens
- Published By: Project Renaissance Limited
- Length: 548 Pages
- Format: Hardcover & Paperback
- ISBN-10: 1906983135 (Hardcover)
- ISBN-13: 978-1906983130 (Hardcover)
- ISBN-10: 1906983127 (Paperback)
- ISBN-13: 978-1906983123 (Paperback)
- Publishing Date: June 2, 2009
What mysterious finds from The English Civil War have archaeologists uncovered during building work for the 2008 Capital of Culture celebrations in Liverpool? Parapsychologists from ESP the world-renowned paranormal research institute, battle against a terrifying force of evil trapped for centuries beneath the cities streets.
Lilith is Tom Stevens seminal parapsychology novel and introduces the 'ESP' series as a sequel to his ground-breaking Oxfords Blues Trilogy. The ESP books are characterised by two parallel but interacting narratives, set in different historical time periods, that culminate in a single climactic event - in this case, the English Civil War of the 1640's together with the Great plague of 1665-1666 meeting with the world of archaeology and paranormal science in 2006. The result - the reanimation of a terrifying demon and the release of a pandemic plague that evolves moment by moment against medicines best efforts to contain it. The book is accurate historically and scientifically and has immense depth both emotionally and psychologically. A consistently entertaining and enthralling read from one of the UK's leading emergent talents in mythic, historical and paranormal fiction.
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