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Before Eve, there was Lilith... Adam's first wife was not created from his rib but from the muck and mire of the earth. She soon wore out her welcome when she refused to allow herself to be subjugated by any one or anything. After leaving the Garden she gave birth to both the Incubus and Succubus. Before art, there is inspiration... Whispering into the ears of artists ...more
Paperback, 118 pages
Published September 28th 2012 by Crowded Quarantine Publications (first published September 8th 2012)
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Jeff O'Brien
Dec 29, 2013 Jeff O'Brien rated it it was amazing
If you're a fan of the Supernatural TV series, this book is definitely something you want to check out. If you're a fan at all of horror based on biblical demons, same deal. This is a must read.

Lilith is walking the earth and she is hellbent on getting what she wants. She will stoop to the lowest and most vile lows of sexual depravity if that is what it takes. The author gives us liberal doses gore and erotica, and also drops some well researched art history the reader.

Castagna's prose flows wit
Rebecca Besser
Nov 06, 2013 Rebecca Besser rated it really liked it
The evil forces that are all around and among us can pounce whenever they desire. Douglas Vance Castagna unleashes one of the most evil female entities known to man on his readers…and leaves them wondering if they too will fall victim as her prey in the future.

A man paints a masterpiece. The painting embodies evil…beautiful evil. The piece of art embodies Lilith and makes her a possession of the masterpiece’s owner. She doesn’t want to be controlled or owned.

With wicked, evil vengeance, Lilith t
Mar 05, 2013 Jennifer rated it really liked it
This is a good read with a great story line and flow. The characters are easy to follow and it holds your attention throughout. Once I started this book I did not put it down until I finished it. There are some hot sexual scenes as well as gore and at times you may cringe as you think of the pain some of the characters go through.

Good and fun read and remember be careful who you lust after you just may get them.
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Oct 10, 2013 Wanda Hartzenberg rated it liked it
Not for me.
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I was born and bred in Brooklyn, and have been a teacher in both Brooklyn and Staten Island for the past 19 years. After receiving my BA from Brooklyn College I was accepted into their MFA program. There had the great opportunity to study under the late Obie award winning playwright, Jack Gelber. I have written several once act plays, one of them, entitled the 'Partyline', had been performed at ...more
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