A magical struggle for reality - whose reality will prevail?
The Last Observer is a compelling tale of magic, alternative realities, murder and conflict. An ordinary man is abruptly dragged into the middle of a violent struggle between black and white magicians who both seek to use his extraordinary powers of imagination and observation. He soon learns that reality is not at all what it seems before being called upon to play a decisive role in determining whose reality will prevail.
Dennis Wheatley brought up to date with a liberal spicing of speculation about the nature of reality, quantum physics and parallel worlds. This thriller novel is written by a practising occultist and it shows in the authenticity of every page. Highly recommended.
-HerbieBrennan, New York Times best-selling author of Whisperers: The Secret History of the Spirit World.
Once started this book cannot be put down and once finished you may just find yourself checking the shadows to catch a glimpse of the Lord of the Elements.Gary tells a classic tale of mystery and suspense but weaves within it a series of themes that would be at home in any modern physics text book.
-AnthonyPeake, Author of Is There Life After Death?
The author has created a convincing world of magic, quantum and mind-blowing ideas in which to set an endlessly surprising adventure.
-Gordon Strong, Author of Merlin: Master of Magic
Vasey combines ancient magic and quantum physics in a seamless picture of what reality might be and uses it as a theme to weave the devil of a story. It’s a gripping and thought provoking ride.
-Alan Richardson, Author of Magical Kabbalah
Dr. G. Michael Vasey writes about the nature of reality and our ability to shape that reality from an occultists point of view. He now lives in Prague in the Czech Republic, but is British by birth.
August 5, 2013
The Last Observer Book Spotlight
(aka Dee) has loved reading for as long as she can remember. She loves many things: fantasy novels, young adult fiction, her cat, painting, and horror films from the 70s. Diamond is a grad student at UCLA. She's pursuing a Master's in Library and Information Science.