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The Golem by Edward Lee
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Feb 19, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: horror

Oh, how I love Edward Lee! After I read his disappointing Brides Of The Impaler, I was quite thrilled to be subjected to the hideous historical atrocities found within this novel. While the book switches back to modern day throughout the tale, Lee's depiction of these particular Golems retain their absolutely horrific appeal. The thoroughly corrupt cops are a nice bonus, too.

The sexual aspect of the two main protagonists relationship was far too heavily dwelt upon, as per Lee's usual take. (The man likes his naked women.) Some of the attempts at humor were incredibly bad as well, but over all, this remains a wonderfully twisted tale by the King Of Depravity.

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