Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Encyclopedia of the End: Mysterious Death in Fact, Fancy, Folklore, and More by Deborah Noyes

Death is something that all creatures on the earth have in common. But as a society we all fear what lies ahead after death because it is an unknown territory. Noyes's Encyclopedia of The End helps to enlighten readers about the history and fantasy involved in the subject of death.

Noyes writing is refreshing, well-informed, and witty. She addresses common myths and facts dealing with death in a way that is comfortable and informational. Her subjects are arranged in an alphabetic order starting with "amulet" and ending with "wreaths." Her research encompasses all parts of the world and the different religious beliefs on this subject. This book would be a great addition to any home, school, or public library.


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