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Andromeda Klein by Frank Portman

By Frank Portman

From Frank Portman, writer of the cult vintage King Dork that John eco-friendly says "will rock your world", comes a singular approximately Andromeda Klein, who has a couple of difficulties of her own.

Her hair is more or less horrible.

Her partner-in-occultism, Daisy, is dead.

Her mystery, estranged, a lot older and forbidden boyfriend-in-theory, has long gone AWOL.

And her mom has discovered how one can text.

briefly, issues could not get a lot worse. till they do. Daisy seems trying to make touch from past, books are commencing to disappear from the library, after which, unusually and without warning, Andromeda's tarot readings are commencing to expect occasions with bizarrely literal accuracy.

Omens are far and wide. goals; swords; fires; hidden playing cards; misplaced, damaged, and useless mobile phones . . . and what's Daisy attempting to inform her?

within the resulting fight of impartial as opposed to evil, it truly is Andromeda Klein opposed to the area, glossy society, demonic forces, and the "friends" of the library.

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Dee’s Sigillum Dei Aemeth painted on it in true gold leaf. The bag and the box had been Saturnalia gifts from Andromeda to Daisy a couple of years back; Andromeda had painted the sigils herself, after carefully outlining them with a compass and straightedge. “She’d have hidden the box somewhere, away from the light and where your mom couldn’t find it, probably. ” She held out her hands. She took out her Moleskine notebook and drew a clumsy star of Ishtar, a squiggly version of Dee’s heptangle, and finally an Eye of Horus.

Wasserstrom had stabbed her through her sleeping bag, and Daisy had claimed that her mother used to threaten her with knives when she was little. Since then, Den had managed to retrieve some books and clothes, the ankh ring, and a few other items for Andromeda. Daisy’s mom was no longer Mrs. Wasserstrom, though; she had gone back to her maiden name, MacKenzie, and now called herself Ms. like some sad teacher. Andromeda and Den had called her Miz MacKenzie, or Mizmac, sarcastically, ever since the change.

As for the Two of Swords, the Shemhamphorash attributions assigned to it the angels Ieiazel and Mebahel; and also, of course, by implication, the Goetic demons Sallos and Orobas. “Mmm, Orobas,” Andromeda said, nodding, as though that explained a lot. Andromeda’s cards were covered with her own careful notes, fit into the margins and around Pixie’s figures: Hebrew and Greek characters, Qabalistic attributions, planetary symbols, page references to Agrippa’s Three Books of Occult Philosophy and other important works.

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