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@Read Epub ¹ Black Easter / The Day After Judgement / The Seedling Stars Û Blish was one of the first serious SF writers to involve themselves with tie in novels, writing eleven Star Trek adaptations as well as the first original adult Star Trek novel,Spock Must Die This omnibus contains three of his long out of print works Black Easter, The Day After Judgement and The Seedling Stars Black Easter is a novel written by the science fiction novelist James Blish, well known for writing the text adaptation of Star Wars In Black Easter, he creates no new world but just one additional element being, the method to summon and command demons as given in Grimoires actually work.The book starts with a weapons manufacturer Dr Baines, approaching a black magician Theron War asking him to murder two well known personalities being the Governor of California and then, later on a physic Black Easter is a novel written by the science fiction novelist James Blish, well known for writing the text adaptation of Star Wars In Black Easter, he creates no new world but just one additional element being, the method to summon and command demons as given in Grimoires actually work.The book starts with a weapons manufacturer Dr Baines, approaching a black magician Theron War asking him to murder two well known personalities being the Governor of California and then, later on a physicist who is a threat to his own business Finally being convinced of Ware s abilities, Baines reveals his ultimate aim, that is, releasing all demons and seeing what happens However, there are rules to performing black magic in this that is, the practitioner of black magic has to inform the white magicians who happen to be the clergy who observe what the black magicians do, but they are not supposed to interfere So, this book deals with the consequences of Baines task what leads to the eventual Day of Judgement.I felt the premise of the book was really brilliant, merging elements of Black Magic in the normal world I also liked how the author gave detailed descriptions of the various demons summoned and how they behaved and how they reacted certainly a lot of research has gone into it Additionally, the book dealt with the interaction between good and evil quite well with Theron Ware representing the evil side and Father Domenico from the clergy representing the good side the observer for Ware s rituals and yes, the book intends to touch upon the fact that in the real world, there is always interaction between good and evil and both go hand in hand.But then, the book had too much focus on the rituals that was performed to summon the demons and the concept of good and evil that the characters turned out quite flat none of them had any decipherable personality they were just mere names Moreover, I felt that while the start to the book was brilliant, I felt Theron Ware carried out all his tasks too easily, only that his success in his last task created havoc and when the principal character is too powerful, that reduces the excitement from the novel.I would say that this book had an excellent premise which could have easily been built upon to craft a really good story but then, the story seemed to focuson the author s research and philosophies than the story itself, beyond a point and that is where I felt this book fell short and at the end of the day story is the most critical part in any work of fiction Considering that, I would award the book a rating of two on five This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Weird story about calling demons and creating the Apocalypse where God dies. Intersting sci fi First book, Black Easter, was very creepy.