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All three volumes in the occult/fantasy Seedbearers trilogy. The first volume was published in paperback first by Quartet in 1974: this Corgi printing was issued to accompany the other two volumes in the trilogy, published by Corgi in 1976. EACH VOLUME WARMLY INSCRIBED TO UK HORROR EDITOR HUGH LAMB. In THE SEEDBEARERS/''To Hugh Lamb who, as a delver into the literary mines of horror, may emerge briefly and sufficiently from his subterranean wanderings to cast an amused eye over this oddity from another realm, Peter Timlett''. In THE POWER OF THE SERPENT/''To Hugh Lamb who, having visited my realm once before, and surprisingly survived the experience, though not totally unchanged I suspect, may venture this second exploration, Peter Timlett''. In THE TWILIGHT OF THE SERPENT/''To Hugh Lamb, who also moves in the twilight zone of human fear, Peter Timlett, 20/12/77''. Hugh Lamb's copies, with his initials HL rubber-stamped on the inside rear cover of all three volumes.
''UK writer of occult/New Age fantasy who was inspired to write fiction through what he learned by membership of the Society of Inner Light, the London-based occult group founded by Dion Fortune. His three published books form The Seedbearers trilogy; here he explores the idea of bearing the seed of knowledge and spiritual awareness up though the centuries. The Seedbearers (1974) is about the fall of Atlantis and the few who survive to pass the wisdom of the priests to the new world. It was followed by The Power of the Serpent (1976) and The Twilight of the Serpent (1977), the former about the building of Stonehenge, the latter about the conflict between the Culdees and the emergent Christian Church and the druids. After a long hiatus he returned to writing in the 1990s with a number of short stories'' (Jo Fletcher/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).
Title: The Seedbearers (and) The Power of the Serpent (and) The Twilight of the Serpent (each inscribed to Hugh Lamb).
Categories: COLLECTABLE PAPERBACKS,
Edition: First editions (& 1st printings).
Publisher: Corgi: London.: 1976-1977.
ISBN Number: 0552102601
ISBN Number 13: 9780552102605
Binding: Paperback originals.
Grading: Page edges browning, VG+ copies.
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 45284