Once in a while, a book comes along that takes your breath away,
by unveiling the surprising world lurking beneath the surface.
"The Curse of the Voynich" reveals for the first time the controversial
Voynich Manuscript's lost history -
a gripping tale of power and poisons, of inventions and intrigues... and of ciphers and secrets.
No courtly hoax, nor madman's ravings,
this strange enciphered time capsule calls out to us across the centuries,
telling of frustrated ambition and Renaissance genius.
That which is occulted may well not be occult...
With excellent reviews both in Fortean Times and in the foremost cryptological journal Cryptologia,
"The Curse of the Voynich" is a book with subtlety and style, depth and detail:
one which everyone with an interest in secret history should read.
Available here, direct from the writer's own publishing house!
Want to read more?
The first two pages of this fascinating book are online here.
"...this book, the first in over 30 years to tackle the question of
what the Voynich manuscript may be, deserves space on any fortean's bookshelf. 9/10"
- Barbara Barrett, Fortean Times
"There is enough
material here for both those readers who like to stick to solid, scientific facts and
those who indulge in fictional narrative with a bit of mystery and adventure. Either
way, you will enjoy this fine book." - Augusto Buonafalce, Cryptologia
"This book is indisputably the most insightful and relevant to be published in the entire history of Voynich Manuscript research.
It will be considered by historians to be the key that finally opened up the true history of this enigmatic manuscript.
Any serious researcher should read this work and follow in the author's footsteps." - Jeff Haley
"Your book is almost as page-turning as the Da Vinci Code, you tell a story very well. Congratulations" - Peter Nockolds
"Amazing, amazing, amazing... We finished your book near [a] heartattack" - "Tahqiq"
"Gripping, well written and a very logical and valid conclusion. Great job!" - Larry Roux
"My compliments for the layout and in general for the appeal of the writing" - Sergio Toresella
"Very readable" - Mark Parry
"Fascinating, well structured and very clear in its exposition" - Tony Mann, University of Greenwich