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A Paranormal Scar Face,
This review is from: Lash (Kindle Edition)
To say this is a good book is to make a vast understatement. I can't think of many authors who could've hit upon the notion of a weresnake, or make the character of Lash both deadly and sympathetic at the same time. With a protagonist who should rightly be called a villain, one might consider it difficult to build a rapport but by having this told from Lash's POV, the author has done just that. Take away the myth and magic and this is simply a tale of a boy from poverty, rising through the use of his wits and ability to a position of power and infamy. A great deal of thought has gone into the myths and world-building and setting it in the Twenties turns this story into a paranormal Scar Face, a supernatural Godfather.
Unusual, unique, it appeals on many levels, and will fascinate while making the reader wish for a continuation of this unusual character's story.
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