The Golem Author:Edward Lee Something is haunting the 150-year-old Lowen Mansion, something unspeakable. Ghosts? Monsters? Or something far worse? Internationally published horror novelist Edward Lee unleashes his next excursion into the realms of the macabre with a new kind of monster. Golems hail from the oldest religion, the Kabbala, first taught to the angels by God Hi... more »mself. The angels then whispered these secrets to Adam in Paradise, but they didn't know... someone was listening: Samael, the Arch-Devil of Genesis....
Horrific, erotically charged, and jam-packed with one dark surprise after another, Lee's latest novel takes the reader headlong into a gruesome, unrelenting horrorfest of occult secrets, scum-of-the-earth psychopaths, and a walking abomination that can't be stopped...« less
This is yet another great book by Edward Lee. I will admit, I am a bit Biased as I love all of his that I have read. I still think his best work was City Infernal, but this one was definetly a great read as well. Fast paced, not too gory or too explicit as some of his books. I would put this one as a great read. If you like suspense and horror this one is worth a read.
Scary, graphic. Tale about mystical Judaism. It was a fun, quick read that kept my attention. I was a little irritated at some editing errors but overall a good read. WARNING: contains violence against women.