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Circus Tarot Paperback – February 3, 2012
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This story was about the images of these cards that have a life of their own, and the tricks they use in drawing people into their world. By simply touching these card, one is transported into the world of these cards. A world full of all sorts of dangers, a land of no-return.
When Mary, first, and then Darrin her husband were inadvertently drawn into this world, they found out that the only way out was for them to send replacements for themselves, and others, to this card world. Very frightening!
Although I did not quite understand this story, because of the many technicalities used by the author, there is a need for a more thorough editing of this book.
Darrin and Mary inherit a pack of tarot cards from an old women in the shop where Mary works. They play around with it and find themselves in an alternate world, an alternate reality. They have to figure out not only how to get home, but how to survive the many characters that inhabit the tarot cards. They find that in normal circumstances, each card has a good purpose, but when "flipped" their purpose becomes bizarre, dangerous and what's worse, they never see it coming.
This would be a great YA novel, if it weren't for some graphic sex and violence scenes. Exciting as the story is, I've found many grammatical errors and editing problems, and many instances of characters floating into scenes where they do not belong. However that may be, it's still a scary read and well-worth the time.
An exciting and well written horror story by Charles W. Jones. The Tarot theme added a new twist that is unique.
I definitely recommend this book to anyone who reads horror or fantasy.