Good & Evil -- fiction

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

By Robert Louis Stevenson

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This intriguing novel, both fantasy thriller and moral allegory, depicts the struggle of two opposing personalities -- one essentially good, the other evil -- for the soul of one man.
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Operation Chaos

By Poul Anderson

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In a war waged against Black Magic, the fact that Steve is a werewolf and his wife is a highly skilled witch is not unusual. But their adventures prove very unusual, even for their world, when they are given the task of neutralizing an enemy's ultimate weapon--the world's most powerful demon. Also look for the sequel, Operation Luna.

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Wild Orchids

By Jude Deveraux.

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In an attempt to end his writer’s block after the death of his wife, novelist Ford Newcombe travels with his assistant, Jackie Maxwell, to investigate a mysterious legend of a woman who loved the devil. When they arrive in the small town of Cole Creek, North Carolina, they begin to realize the frightening truth: the story may be true.

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Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes

By Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

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In the battle between Good and Evil, an angel and a demon set out to thwart their respective bosses’ plans to reach Armageddon. Also available on audio.

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Dark Lord of Derkholm

By Diana Wynne Jones

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In this inventive fantasy, Wynne Jones tells of a magical world invaded each year by off-world Pilgrim Parties who participate in orchestrated battles between the powers of good and evil.

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Bring Me the Head of Prince Charming

By Roger Zelazny and Robert Sheckley

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It is the year 1,000, and the time has come for the Millennial contest to see whether good or evil will control humanity’s destiny for the next millennium. The demon Azzie Elbub, representative for evil, has a brilliant plan that will win both the contest, and an award for himself. Unfortunately, things do not go off as planned.

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The Dragonbone Chair

By Tad Williams

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"The Dragonbone Chair is the story of Simon, a young kitchen boy and magician's
apprentice whose dreams of great deeds and heroic wars come all too shockingly
true when his world is torn apart by a terrifying civil war--a war fueled by ancient
hatreds, immortal enemies, and the dark powers of sorcery."
Book one of the Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn series.  Sequels are Stone of Farewell and To the Green Angel Tower.

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