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Malafarina Maleficarum: Volume 2 by Thomas M. Malafarina

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Author
Thomas M. Malafarina
Publisher
Sunbury Press, Inc.
Date of release
Pages
378
ISBN
9781620060520
Binding
Paperback
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In Germany, in 1487 Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Sprenger published what was to be considered one of the most famous medieval exposés on witches, called the Malleus Maleficarum. The purpose for the book was two fold. Firstly, it was meant to challenge all arguments against the existence of witchcraft and secondly to instruct magistrates on how to identify, interrogate and convict witches. Sunbury Press presents this second volume of some of horror author, Thomas M. Malafarina's early works and in homage to the Malleus Maleficarum have entitled it Malafarina Maleficarum. It contains Thomas's novel Eye Contact as well as stories from his second short story collection Gallery of Horror. In the tradition of "Night Gallery", horror author Thomas M. Malafarina and contemporary artist Nunzio Barbera have collaborated to present a collection of strange and bizarre stories, combining both art and fiction, which they call Gallery of Horror. The goal of the work was to produce stories with the same surrealistic atmosphere of the old television show along with short stories containing similar ironic twists. In addition, many of the stories have Malafarina's own special brand of descriptive gore. Each story was inspired by, and features one of, Nunzio Barbera's works of art and was created with the hopes of taking the reader on a very special journey into the unknown and frightening world that is the mind of Thomas M. Malafarina. There is a thin line between reality and illusion, between sanity and insanity, between life and death. Through no fault of his own, David Matson, the protagonist in Eye Contact, is thrust into a world of darkness, of illusion, of hallucinations and never-ending nightmares; a world from which he longs to awaken but cannot. Join him in his interminable struggle to return to reality and see what horrors fate has in store for him. So sit back in your favorite reading chair, dim the lights and prepare to read a great collection of some of the earliest published works of Thomas M. Malafarina and become familiar with his special writing style. We are certain you will not only love what you read but will be left hungry for more.


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