Reviews

  • An astonishing book . . . Crowley was one of the most infamous figures of the first half of the twentieth century

    Daily Mail
  • Hutchinson means what he says about demystifying his subject - by the biography's end there's not a stone left unturned

    The Scotsman
  • A level-headed reappraisal of a man whose fantasies were fuelled as much by self-publicity as by any real demonic contact

    Scotland on Sunday
  • Well informed and cool-headed . . . one can see that Crowley's own words would be of little use in conveying the facts of his life, which Hutchinson does admirably

    New York Times

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