"The Goddess of Atvatabar" is a story that must certainly and speedily take rank as one of the most tremendous efforts of the imagination put forth by any modern writer. William R. Bradshaw, the author, has given a history of the discovery of the interior world. The scene is laid in the North Polar Gulf and the inside of the earth, the narrative being based on the theory that the planet on which we live is a hollow shell one thousand miles in thickness, in which there are continents and oceans, all lit by an interior sun. Fifty million people worship a living goddess of surpassing beauty, and they are masters of invention theosophy and occult forces. The story displays all the invention, vivacity and incident of Jules Verne, and it goes still further in picturing an advanced scale of social, philosophic and religious attainment. It is written in simple, direct and fascinating style, and every page is intensely interesting. Julian Hawthorn deems the story of such extraordinary merit that he has written an elaborate introduction to it.

Trade Paperback:
6 x 9 inch
324 pages
ISBN 978-1987078411