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Fiction
Author: Dennis Wheatley
ISBN: 0749306777
Pages 512 pages
Publisher Mandarin; New Ed edition (February 21, 1991)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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Читать онлайн - Wheatley Dennis. THEY USED DARK FORCESThere, alone at the long narrow table, Bormann was sitting. Fixing his cold steely eyes on Gregory, he asked, 'Herr Major, is it true that you predicted the crossing of the Rhine at Remagen by the Americans a week before it occurred?'Jawohl, Herr Parteifьhrer,' Gregory replied promptlyBormann stood up and said, 'The Fьhrer requires an explanation of how you obtained this intelligence.

They Used Dark Forces" boasts a nasty magus clearly based on Aleister Crowley, who was a thousand times more interesting than his fictional . This book, published in the 1930s, is somewhat different Wheatley fare.

They Used Dark Forces" boasts a nasty magus clearly based on Aleister Crowley, who was a thousand times more interesting than his fictional counterpart here. For one thing, it's unusually imaginative, with Wheatley's descriptions of aquatic and other life found by the protagonists during deep-sea explorationn in quest of lost Atlantis believable and lively.

As they were all intelligent and charming people the War Room could be described as a ‘happy ship’.

As they were all intelligent and charming people the War Room could be described as a ‘happy ship’ t were much too discreet to ask him where he had been during the past ten months

They Used Dark Forces - Dennis Wheatley. He is probably always going to be associated with Black Magic first and foremost, and it’s true that he plugged it hard because sales were always good for those books.

They Used Dark Forces - Dennis Wheatley. However, it’s important to remember that he only wrote eleven Black Magic novels out of more than sixty bestsellers, and readers were just as keen on his other stories. In fact, invariably when I meet people who ask if there is any connection, they tell me that they read ‘all his books’. Dennis had a full and eventful life, even by the standards of the era he grew up in.

Tina Rosenberg, Salon. comThey Used Dark Forces is the eighth in Dennis Wheatley's bestselling Gregory Sallust series featuring the debonair spy Gregory Sallust, a forerunner to Ian Fleming's James Bond. It is 1943 and secret agent Gregory Sallust parachutes into Nazi Germany. In the company of an ex-Bolshevik General, the two of them join forces with the widow of a German diplomat who is in contact with Allied Intelligence.

They Used Dark Forces, . part of Gregory Sallust Series. It is very understandable, too, that as over eighteen million copies of your books have been sold, and nine of those books are about myself, many of your faithful readers should continue to demand that you should let them know whether my beloved Erika ever got free from her hateful husband, what happened to beautiful, wicked Sabine, and if my old enemy Gruppenführer.

They Used Dark Forces. Though their long and uneasy partnership is sustained by a common hatred of the enemy, their decision to use occult forces to destroy Hitler will imperil Gregory’s immortal soul. Author: Dennis Wheatley. On a cloudless night in June 1943, Gregory Sallust parachutes into Nazi Germany. There, alone at the long narrow table, Bormann was sitting. Dennis Wheatley They Used Dark Forces. The Ace up Hitler's Sleeve. BY MIDNIGHT the aircraft was far out over the North Sea.

They Used Dark Forces book. May 1943 - 6 Jun 1945Was Hitler a Satanist? No actual proof.

On a cloudless night in June 1943, Gregory Sallust parachutes into Nazi Germany. His mission is to penetrate the secrets of Hitler's 'V' rockets. But before he can reach his objective, he becomes unwillingly involved with Ibrahim Malacou hypnotist, astrologer and son of Satan. Though their long and uneasy partnership is sustained by a common hatred of the enemy, their decision to use occult forces to destroy Hitler will imperil Gregory's immortal soul...
Ffrlel
Though it is an exciting read, THEY FOUND ATLANTIS would have been better had Wheatley left out the plot to cheat an heiress and concentrated on the wonderful adventure of people discovering the remnants of Atlantis after their diving bell's cable breaks. As it is the adventurers don't really get to Atlantis until more than halfway into the story, leaving little time to develop that part of the plot. And, one gets a bit uncomfortable at the way the people of Atlantis had intermarried over the years. THEY FOUND ATLANTIS is a pretty good story, but for a really great novel about the lost continent Conan Doyle did it much better in THE MARACOT DEEP a decade earlier. It's interesting to compare the differing ideas on how the sunken continent survived underwater.
Small Black
If this book were entitled "They Didn't Actually Use Dark Forces But There Was A Lot Of Excitement, Courage And Interestingly-Applied Psychology" it would be more accurate.

Worth reading, but don't expect more than an above-average adventure yarn.
Cheber
I read this when I was a kid and it really impressed me: derring-do, occult thrills, a hot dame, and Adolf Hitler. I dipped into it again years later and discovered a fairly pedestrian thriller, but if you're young and looking for seemingly arcane and forbidden reading, this will fill the bill. I read several other Wheatleys and this was, for my teenage (well, pre-teen) money, the best. It spurred a life-long interest in the occult. Though I remain a skeptic, I love reading about the mountebanks and charlatans who populate its byways. "They Used Dark Forces" boasts a nasty magus clearly based on Aleister Crowley, who was a thousand times more interesting than his fictional counterpart here. Still and all, good fun for an undemanding (or naive) reader....
Mettiarrb
This book, published in the 1930s, is somewhat different Wheatley fare. For one thing, it's unusually imaginative, with Wheatley's descriptions of aquatic and other life found by the protagonists during deep-sea explorationn in quest of lost Atlantis believable and lively. Likewise enjoyable is the adventure the characters undergo when, saved by chance from stultifying death on the ocean floor, they encounter a race of horrible, fish-eating humanoids who chase them until they finally reach the lost island of Atlantis, now existing in a submerged but beautiful state, with a race of pleasure loving, peaceful survivors. The legend of Atlantis has fascinated many, and the book reveals how even decades ago people believed the lost continent to have stood on what is now the Azores. They Found Atlantis demonstrates the fascination that continues until today with the tale of a perfect world that was destroying itself before being destroyed.
MrRipper
I've read other Wheatley Novels in the more traditional way and this one was not up to his usual standards. It was slow moving, unimaginative, and I finally had to throw it on the rubbish heap. Nick Mercer is the worst reader I've stumbled across. Absolutely Dreadful. He sounds like a British Fop most of the time and took a poor book and made it bad. I will be on the look out for his readings and avoid them like the plague.
Xirmiu
Using the Satanic occult in an attempt to bring down Hitler in WWII?
It's always fun when an author uses alternative means as to the fall of Nazi Germany or a parallel dimension to it's surival.
Here Dennis Wheatley uses one of the more famous events to portray his story. The fall of Hitler and the reason behind it, duping Hitler to believe that he will be ressurected as a superbeing that would rule the world. As if he wasn't trying to already.
A little dark for those with a weak stomach but you soon get use to it.