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Apr 24, 2018

Linzi recaps the final third of Conjure Wife by Fritz Lieber, where...

A) your body is a vessel, actually, not a temple
B) we discover why phones really suck
C) magic is really just like math
D) Norman is rescued by a couch (cushion)
E) Norman's got 99 problems and a witch is one
F) Prince Rupert is not Prince Albert
G) Norman starts collecting bodies
H) weird and trippy shit happens
I) Norman and the witches of Hempnell play musical souls
J) Norman almost gives up the ghost

Goodreads summary of the book:

Norman Saylor considered witchcraft nothing but quaint superstition until he learned his own wife was a practising sorceress. Even then, he still refused to accept the truth - one that every woman knows but no man dares to believe - that in the secret occult warfare that governs our everyday lives, witchcraft is a matter of life and death.

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