What are the most controversial Creation Books published works?

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    #1Demons of the Flesh

    Demons of the Flesh
    Demons of the Flesh: The Complete Guide to Left-Hand Path Sex Magic is an Occult, Fantasy, Religion, Spirituality and Satanism book written by Nikolas Schreck and Zeen Schreck.

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    #2Flowers from Hell: A Satanic Reader

    Flowers from Hell: A Satanic Reader

    Flowers from Hell: A Satanic Reader is a Horror and Fiction book edited by Nikolas Schreck. It was published October 15, 2001 by Creation books. It is a compilation of illustrations of Unholy creatures.

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    Samuel Howard
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "Flowers from Hell: A Satanic Reader is a very intriguing book. The terror in this book is incredible and frightens many. I enjoyed the creative that the author displays and found this to be an engrossing read."
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    #3Straight To Hell: 20th Century Suicides

    Straight To Hell: 20th Century Suicides

    Straight To Hell: 20th Century Suicides is a Death, Psychology, History, Crime and Non-fiction book written by Namida King et al. It was published August 15, 2003 by Creation Books.

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    Amber Washington
    Written on May 7, 2018
    "This is definitely controversial. It's a big book of suicide really, all famous people, and lots of pictures that will either intrigue or make you nauseous after a few pages. I thought it might be interesting to get "behind the headlines" so to speak, but it feels more sensationalistic than anything."
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    #4Killing for Culture: Death Film from Mondo to Snuff

    Killing for Culture: Death Film from Mondo to Snuff
    Killing for Culture: Death Film from Mondo to Snuff (Creation Cinema Collection) is a Culture, Psychology, Horror, Media Tie in Non-fiction book written by David Kerekes and David Slater.
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    Kathleen Young
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "This film based on book is scary. If you want to be scared out of your wits read this book"
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    #5Diary of a Genius

    Diary of a Genius

    Diary of a Genius (Solar Art Directives) is an Art, Biography, Literature, Non-fiction book by Salvador Dali and J.G. Ballard. It was published March 15, 2007 by Creation Books.

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    Howard Green
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "The author to this book is amazing. Its an inter outer personal experience that you go through. Your sucked into the authors writing style and experience reading in a new way. It lets you know how he felt and how he wanted to feel. This is a great book"
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    #6The Starry Wisdom: A Tribute To H.P. Lovecraft

    The Starry Wisdom: A Tribute To H.P. Lovecraft

    The Starry Wisdom: A Tribute To H.P. Lovecraft is a Horror, Anthology, Lovecraftian, Fiction book written by D.M Mitchell et al. It was published January 1, 2003 by Creation Books.

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    Tammy Moore
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "I am an avid reader of Lovecraft's works, but tend to stay away from many of the extensions to his mythos cycle. Many writers in the mythos tend to twist old stories and introduce concepts such as "good and evil" which are absent from Lovecraft's works. This book though tends to be more independent and with elements which pay tribute to Lovecraft without being direct take-offs. I found the majority of the works fun to read and would definitely recommend this book to any fan of the master of the short-horror"
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    #7Eros in Hell: Sex, Blood and Madness in Japanese Cinema

    Eros in Hell: Sex, Blood and Madness in Japanese Cinema
    Eros in Hell: Sex, Blood and Madness in Japanese Cinema (Creation Cinema Collection) is a Culture, Asian Literature, Non-fiction books written by Jack Hunter. It was published April 1, 1999 by Creation Books.
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    Roger Freeman
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "Jack Hunter states in his introduction that one of the only things that Japanese cinema bans is the depiction of genitalia, and states that this sole barrier has brought something that is lacking in the West: an absence of boundaries. For his book, Hunter has chosen to explore blood, sex and madness as themes running through Japanese films. For the average film viewer, chances are the only film they will have seen or heard of in this book is "In the Realm of the Senses." For the Japanese film connoisseur, this book is one of THE handbooks. Chapters detail film genres along with specific directors who have shaped the modern Japan film industry. There are also tons of black and white pictures, showing personalities as well as scenes from the many movies."
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    #8Standing In Two Circles

    Standing In Two Circles

    Standing In Two Circles: The Collected Works of Boyd Rice is an Arts, Music book written by Boyd Rice and edited by Brian M. Clark. It was published October 2, 2008 by Creation Books.

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    Christine Sandoval
    Written on May 5, 2018
    ""Standing in Two Circles" is a survey of the writings, lyrics and art of Boyd Rice. Surrealist. Realist. Social Darwinist. Dadaist. Satanist. Vanguard Activist. Philosopher. Pioneer of Aesthetic Martial Terrorism. There's lots of fun stuff and food for thought in the ~35 writings. Rice and editor Clark have included writings on the topics of: individuation, causes of social decay, mass de-evolution, drinking, extreme budget travelling, film, remembrances of forgotten friends and soap fads of the 1960s. These enlightening essays and musings come from the untoward pen of Rice. To the Rice enthusiast, the several previously unpublished writings are a delight."
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    #9Art That Kills

    Art That Kills
    Art That Kills: A Panoramic Portrait of Aesthetic Terrorism 1984-2001 is an Art, Crime, Non-fiction book written by George Petros and Zeena Schreck. It was published January 15, 2008 by Creation Books.
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    Janice Fuller
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "Although it is a very odd subject with an even more odd photo on the cover it fits the problem perfectly."
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    #10Lips Hips Tits Power

    Lips Hips Tits Power

    Lips Hips Tits Power: The Films Of Russ Meyer (Persistence of Vision) is a cultural film turned book written by Doyle Greene. It was published March 1, 2004 by Creation Books.

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    Julie Wells
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "I don't believe this solution is appropriate for the topic selected. The topic os about controversial creation books, whereas the solution is a film and book about photography and film in Hollywood."

Summary

Best What are the most controversial Creation Books published works
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Demons of the FleshBooks 30 Paid
2Flowers from Hell: A Satanic ReaderBooks 28 Paid
3Straight To Hell: 20th Century SuicidesBooks 26 Paid
4Killing for Culture: Death Film from Mondo to SnuffBooks 25 Paid
5Diary of a GeniusBooks 23 Paid
6The Starry Wisdom: A Tribute To H.P. LovecraftBooks 6 Paid
7Eros in Hell: Sex, Blood and Madness in Japanese CinemaBooks 5 Paid
8Standing In Two CirclesBooks 4 Paid
9Art That KillsBooks 2 Paid
10Lips Hips Tits PowerBooks 1 Paid
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