Amilcar: The Blythe Valley Chronicles Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B09118SR53
- Publication date : April 23, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1121 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 326 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,464,461 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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However, it is the discussion, Ares, Kendric's customer, has with a witch friend Fleur after inadvertently touching the item. My imagination took flight, and the pages turned almost by themselves.
"I guess." Ares groaned. "Can't you do a spell or something to push the evil out? You're a witch, after all."
"Cercueil de Bête were created for a reason, to contain a Fallen Angel. Anything I could possibly do would only make it angry and probably release it. So, unless you want a Fallen loose in Waldgrave, I suggest you focus your obsession on something else. Like a guillotine or St. Damascene's severed hand."
"I know you're probably right. But you didn't see this box. It's impressive. The sun on the top was white, carved out of a black background with other stars in the sky. The side that I touched with those people dying was just as magnificent. Someone took a lot of time creating it. It just seems a waste that I don't get to show it off."
The interrelationships between the characters highlight a small-town interest in one another's lives. The driven drama and excitement have the evil Amilcar at the center. The sins of people and Amilcar make this horror gripping as well as impossible to figure out in advance.
I recommend this book for fans of horror who appreciate good storytelling. The shades of believability will keep readers engaged. I am enjoying the imagination of Author Charles W Jones, you will too.
As the drama unfolds, there are quite a few characters. In some ways, the novel is like a series of short stories effectively woven together by a common thread, Amilcar.
The storyline is good, and horror aficionados will turn the pages quickly. “Amilcar” is worth the price of admission, and I recommend it.
The common thread is Amilcar and how his evil devastates the lives of so many. I love the idea of the Carrington Collective, especially that they've existed for so long and always appear at just the right/wrong moment. The author creates each scene so you feel as if you are there with the characters. My only critique is that there was a lot of head hopping. I have a feeling the author was going for third -person omniscient, but in some scenes, it was a lot of switching POVs. Still, that did not deter me from enjoying the stories.
I would definitely recommend this book for anyone who enjoys evil spirits and the destruction they leave behind. :-)