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Conjure Wife (Science Fiction)
Conjure Wife - Science Fiction
Author: Fritz Leiber
ISBN-13: 9780441117499
ISBN-10: 044111749X
Publication Date: 11/1/1984
Pages: 256
Edition: Reissue
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Ace
Book Type: Paperback
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Such an enchanting wife...

The faculty memebers of solid old Hampnell College - make - think that they are well in control of their own fates. Their wives know better. The entire structure of hempnell rests on the ancient and potent magiks that all women know, and all men deny.

Tansy Saylor has done well by her Norman-so far. But now he has discovered her occult machinations, and demanded that she give up such childish nonsense. How is he to know that he has opened the door to a power so ancient, so malevolent, that all of Tansey's might has been required to blind it - and all the might in the world may not be enough to bar the door again.
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A modern horror story. Half the human race practices is the women who practice witchcraft. Underneath the rational world of everyday life there is world that belongs solely to women - competing with each other, testing their charms and spells, destroying each other by invoking ancient powers.

Norman Saylor refused to believe it was possible. It was too fantastic. He forced his wife to stop...and the nightmare began.