The 49th Key (Paperback)
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The 49th Key (Paperback)

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A twisty conspiracy epic, the 49th Key... has been one of my favorite Heavy Metal serials since it started." - Grant Morrison. 49th Key is based on the 16th century legend of Enochian magic, which tells of a secret language of angels. The first chapter in an expansive fantasy series tells of a rogue archeologist and a young autistic and mute boy on a treacherous journey through England to bring the boy home. The boy turns out to be the key to a gateway between our world and that of Enochia, a magical society that exists below the Earth's surface, filled with fantasy creatures and highly advanced humans.


Publisher: Heavy Metal Magazine
ISBN: 9781935351924
Number of pages: 120

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“A really smart, heartfelt read with plenty of old time adventure ”

What could've been an ordinary Da Vinci Code-esque thriller becomes something more in this story about a mysterious child, whose special abilities and condition serve as a wonderful metaphor for any child... More

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