Jean de Fodoas
JEAN DE FODOAS
by Maurice Magre
adapted by Brian Stableford
cover by Mike Hoffman
”You know that the Jesuits believe in magic and that they even practice it in a certain measure, for not all magic is diabolical.”
US$ 23.95 /GBP 14.99
5x8 tpb, 300 pages
This volume is the tenth of a series of twelve dedicated to Magre’s works. In Jean de Fodoas (1939), the eponymous hero leaves his natal city of Toulouse, travelling to the heart of India in the heyday of the Mogul Empire, to the court of Emperor Akbar the Great. Adventure and mysticism are brought together in the novel, because Jean’s cousin has recruited him to accomplish a mysterious task at Akbar’s court, involving the treasure of Genghis Khan and the enigmatic Baphomet that was once allegedly worshipped by the Knights Templars.
A picaresque and rambunctious adventure story, Jean de Fodoas is a stylish example of Magre’s ability to bring together adventure and mysticism.
Jean de Fodoas: aventures d’un Français à la cour de l’empereur Akbar [Jean de Fodoas, 1939]
Le Mystère des Templiers [The Mystery of the Templars, 1930]
Introduction, Afterword and Notes by Brian Stableford.