London: Skoob Books, 1991. Large format hardback, 65 pages.
This intimate memoir of the relationship between Kenneth Grant and Aleister Crowley is illustrated with personal mementos, many hitherto unpublished. It covers the latter years of World War II and Crowley’s settling into his last abode at ‘Netherwood’ in Hastings. Here we see Crowley at his most human, and his letters to Kenneth Grant are imbued with that strange interpenetration of the magickal and the mundane which colours the life of a dedicated practitioner. Illustrated.
Secondhand. Condition: good, Dustwrapper in Good condition. PHOTO is not the copy offered.