Valhalla

by George Long

The curtain is rung up, and immediately strange events take place: there comes upon the world 'a great and vast upheaval of Nature,' the result of which is to annihilate all countries on the earth save Great Britain and New Zealand. All the Britishers, save a mere handful, die off almost immediately, as a direct result of lack of food supplies; but those who are spared alive are assisted by spirits (celestial, not alcoholic), and are enabled to do practically everything they wish. From this startling opening one proceeds to further marvels, all related with energy and seriousness. Those to whom incident is the main feature in fiction will be delighted with Mr. Long's romance.

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excellent
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