From John Galt, voluminous writer, first political novelist in the English language, father of a father of Confederation, relative of Edgar Allen Poe, buddy of Lord Byron, and founder of the fair city of Guelph comes a true gothic horror novel, The Omen. David J. Knight has transcribed the book, written a forward, added footnotes, and included two contemporary reviews including one by Sir Walter Scott. First published in 1825, this new edition features incredible linocut illustrations by Steph Yates.
- 8.5" x 6.5"
- Free Reading Commons
This item originated from: PS Guelph