Cat Magic by Whitley Strieber – book cover, description, publication history. “Some people in Maywell, New Jersey commute to New York. Some are working on a lab project that will change the world – if it is allowed to succeed. Cat Magic By Whitley Strieber – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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All I can say, is it is quite interesting.

Book Reviews: Cat Magic Whitley Strieber Tom Doherty Associates (TOR Books), Paperback Jul

This was my favorite book for years and years. I was not compensated or influenced in any way for the review of the book. That’s what I remember, anyway.

November 12, ISBN: Stripper has captured not only what it means to truly be a witch, but also the reasons why the intolerant believe what they do. I’m still enjoying it.

Not unless you ,agic sky-clad maidens, covens strleber general witchery placed into the context of a mainstream Whitley Strieber novel. Whitley Strieber proved me wrong as he approaches modern witchcraft and Wicca in a tactful and honest way in this book, coupled with a great story of life, death, and rebirth.

The Witches are something out of an Ecotopian fantasy; kind and loving, with names like Grape and Feather. Mar 29, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: He kills an animinal and brings it back to life. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. The sex is all rather pleasant, but the scenes of violence and other-worldly horror are done up with such ghastly relish that by the end of the book I found myself suspecting something unhealthy.


That encompasses the genres of science fiction, fantasy, science fantasy, horror, alternative history, and magic realism. Maria Marquis is an ok narrator. Oct 13, jlaurellax rated it it was ok. Sep 06, Sirdarksol rated it liked it.

Cat Magic by Whitley Strieber – FictionDB

In the course of events the HPS condones particularly nasty vivisection, meddles shamelessly with her Coveners’ autonomy and – to the writers credit – comports herself as a crusty old Crone in the Grand Gardnerian style. She’s an artist, looking for work — unaware that someone mwgic a desperate need for her, a dark plan that may require Amanda to enter death itself. I am dying to read this book!

Publisher’s Weekly Barry, a practicing witch, has collaborated with well-known SF and horror writer Strieber in this very uneven novel.

There is talk of witch burnings And the cats are, well, magical. I would re-read it.

Para empezar ella ya me dijo que no me iba a gustar mucho pero quise darle la oportunidad porque a veces las historias pueden sorprenderte. I was given a used copy by a dear pal on my birthday thanks, Samara! Nov 03, Kali rated it it was amazing. There is a lot of literary talent whiyley, despite the liberal use of shock tactics. Cat Magic has its all, witchcraft, religion, and science. Granted, an effect of extreme ugliness or terror is far easier to achieve than an effect of genuine beauty or inspiration.


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I also love how he had the traditional churches accepting the “pagans” and the new fundamentals being the issue. Many of us know how such occasions can become pregnant with drama, tension and excitement. In a sense the book is a spokespiece for witchcraftand is most interesting as suchnot black magic witchcraft, but the ancient wisdom of worshipping the earth and the seasons, of living with and respecting nature and the holy in people and animals.

Would you like us to take another look at this review? This is a book with mixed qualities. Lists with This Book. A read from the past By the end I was skimming just to get through it and see if there was Skip it.


Feb 08, Ithlilian rated it cta was amazing Shelves: I haven’t read it for a long time, but I may try it again to see if I still like it. I felt the same about his sequel to The Hunger, too.

He is the host of the paranormal and fringe science-themed internet podcast, Dreamland, available on a weekly basis from his website, Unknown Country. Before Whitley Streiber decided his life was being shadowed by extraterrestrials, he wrote straight-up horror tales like this one.