Taromancer

Bihutys Books
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 TAROMANCER is the new story from Alex Sumner, author of "The Magus," and features the adventures of Miranda Tilly Warren, Professional Tarot Reader.Disenchanted and disillusioned with her career as a fortune teller, Miranda meets a crazy old man one night, and is plunged into a spiritual quest - with the twenty two trumps of the Tarot as her companions.

More than just a novel, this is a tale of Divination, Theurgy, Ceremonial Magick, esoteric Christianity, the Qabalah... and how to care for your coal black short-haired cat.
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About Alex Sumner

I am a novelist and writer on the occult. After having written several non-fiction articles for the Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition (an online e-zine), in 2009 I published my debut novel, THE MAGUS.

In 2010, I published my second novel, OPUS SECUNDA, which is the second book in the "Magus Trilogy." In 2011 I published the third instalment, LICENSE TO DEPART.

My latest novel is ETERNAL WITCH - out May 2018.

I have also published two other novels, TAROMANCER, and A FAIRY STORY BY ANY OTHER NAME, as well as a number of short-stories available on Kindle.

In addition to being a writer, I am an amateur astrologer, tarot reader, and ceremonial magician.

I can be contacted via my website:
SOL ASCENDANS - The Website of Alex Sumner - http://www.solascendans.com

I am also on Facebook...
http://www.facebook.com/alexsumnerauthor

...And on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/alexsumner

I live in Essex in England.

 

 

 

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Bihutys Books
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Pages
303
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Occult & Supernatural
Fiction / Visionary & Metaphysical
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Available on Android devices
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