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Levin, Ira | Son of Rosemary | Unsigned First Edition Copy
Son of Rosemary | Levin, Ira | First Edition Book


First edition, first printing, mint, new/unread in a flawless dustjacket. 1997 NY: Penguin Group ISBN 9780525943747
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Son of Rosemary
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Son of Rosemary opens at the dawn of the new millennium - a time when human hope is shadowed by growing fear and uncertainty, and the world is in greatest need of a savior. It is here - against a glittering backdrop of New York City in 1999 - that Rosemary is reunited with her son. It is also here that the battle between good and evil will be played out on a global scale - a struggle that will have frightening, far-reaching consequences, not only for Rosemary and her son but for all humanity.
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4 of 5 Conclusion to Rosemary's Baby November 2, 2010
Reviewer: Nikki C. from TX United States  
I was admittedly elated when this book was published. My love for the macabre started early, so I had read Rosemary's Baby when I was in grade school. Levin writes of Rosemary's offspring, Andy, as only the son of Satan could be portrayed. Though appearing to be quite opposite in nature from his evil father, looks are deceiving. A wolf in sheep's clothing, it may be too late for his plan to be stopped. Guising under the light of all things good, manipulation and and deception fuel Andy's wicked plot of damnation.

Horror stories have evolved over the years, and while we are not quite left to our own devices here, this book is still a page-turning conclusion that answers the question, for any who've wondered, whatever became of Rosemary's baby? Sort of. There's a huge twist to the ending and without giving too much away, I'll only sday that it ties the two books together with finality.

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