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21 Jul 2020

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IN REVIEW: SUPERSTITIONS – A HANDBOOK OF FOLKLORE, MYTHS, AND LEGENDS FROM AROUND THE WORLD

Review by Benjamin Cassidy

Synopsis: The latest book (released around 6 weeks ago) from author Debra McElroy (writing as D.R. McElroy) explores the huge swathe of stories that make up the world’s canon of tales that we either know, have heard of, or at least have some semblance stored away, in our subconscious. The writer presents a small, but loaded book that allows you to locate things you’ve heard of, or see on-screen in films or series, or read of in stories that they appear in.  There’s the ghoulish, the ghastly and the grotesque, all waiting to be discovered. There’s all that and more in this wonderful guide, that you can turn ti when you want to know more about the origins of a particular menacing monster or eerie entity . . .

https://scifipulse.net/in-review-superstitions-a-handbook-of-folklore-myths-and-legends-from-around-the-world/