Ever wonder what happened to Aleister after he died? This book has the answer. I believe every word to be a true recounting of factual events as revealed to Tom Bradley by one of the bastard children of Set.
In a nutshell, Crowley didn’t know as much as he thought he did about the great beyond. He tries to use his knowledge to choose his own destiny and accidentally reincarnates in the world of Looney Tunes.
This was a really neat book. If it looks like something you would like, pick it up. The main problem I had with it was the quality of the book itself. There is a lot of great art inside, but the paper it’s printed on is too cheap to handle that much ink. The book is a little too big and floppy. I think it’s a POD issue, so maybe it’s been corrected by now.
The writing is very creative and intelligent. It has the same maddening characteristics as Crowley’s writing. It’s verbose, full of words and references most people will never hear, and yet it manages to be a quick enjoyable read. Tom Bradley pulled off exactly what he was going for.