March 2, 2012 in General Topics
Churches were centerpieces of communities during most of the world’s more recent centuries. These icons of stone and iron were designed to project a sense of awe and obedience, and also remind supplicants that the forces of evil would be held in check. But how might such an organization look if dark influences were a constant, corporeal threat? Enter Philippa Ballantine’s Deacons in her debut novel, Geist.
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