ALEMBIC: A NOVEL. Timothy D'Arch Smith.

ALEMBIC: A NOVEL. [Normal, IL]: Dalkey Archive Press, [1992]. Octavo, cloth. First edition. The author's first novel. ALEMBIC is "a British government office investigating the contemporary applications of the secrets of alchemy ... [The novel] is itself an alembic, a vessel that allows things to disintegrate and be transformed into new, refined substances. Set largely in the early 1980s, ALEMBIC ends in the early years of the twenty-first century as alchemy engineers a new world order of darkness and perfection, destruction and eternal life, concluding a novel of great originality and ill-boding." - jacket copy. "A bubbling blend of conspiracy, black magic, and madness ... This book will appeal to cultists, literary-minded rockers, some Led Zeppelin fans, and many SF, fantasy, and conspiracy lovers." - Library Journal. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. (#161667).

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