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Top Customer Reviews
This book surprised me. It's not my normal genre, but I love a good voodoo read now and then. I saw the trailer and was intrigued, so I ordered it.
It turned out to be so much more than just voodoo, however. The author conceived a unique tale, and used his obviously well-rounded knowledge of Wicca, demonism and Voodoo to weave the tale. Though some of the writing is a bit stilted in the beginning, the characters and the plot pull you in, then the author hits his stride big time and keeps you turning the pages. I saw it was 400+ pages and thought I would give myself a week to finish it. I finished it in two days, despite being otherwise busy, because I was so engrossed in the story that I picked it up every time I had a few minutes.
The author's writing of his characters is masterful. The good are good, the evil are evil, yet none are overwrought. This is important for the development of the story, because every action rings true. A very satisfying read, and I hope the author is working on a sequel.
I adore books about "magick." This is a page turner that will keep you up all night if you let it. The plot revolves around three main characters and tracks them through their youth through college. Mark is the young orphan being raised by his grandmother who practices the Wicca. Amy is the daughter of a woman who is afraid of damnation, and wants her daughter to live the life that she, not Amy wants. Sam is the physical manifestation of a Daemon who is jealous of the relationship between Mark and Amy (best friends forever) and who knows before Amy does that she is a powerful witch and wants her power for himself.
You will follow the twists and turns of the plot as both Mark and Amy's lives are turned upside down as a result of the death of Mark's grandmother (to say more would just give away the joy of reading this wonderful book). Each twist leaves you longing to read more, and fearful for Mark and Amy.
Of course there were the usual typos and grammatical errors found in most books on Kindle. However, I carefully bookmarked all the errors and forwarded them to the author so they should have already been cleaned up. Mr. Rappaport carefully researched his material, thus the book gives you a great deal of information on Wicca. If you truly love such novels, this is a must read!
This book was provided by the author for an honest review.
Hath No Fury was an interesting story about three young lives impacted by magick and effected by evil. Mark Kaplan was a young boy who was conceived by evil and raised by magick. His whole life hangs in the balance and an epic battle is fought for his soul. But Mark is not alone in his fight. He is accompanied by Amy, his childhood friend and young love who has her own brand of magick, and Christy, a friend who has the magickal roots of vodou. Together the three uncovered truths about themselves and the evil hunting Mark.
Hath No Fury was a hard story for me to truly rate because it falls within a genre that is atypical for me. I do not usually read books about demons, witches, or magic. My usual ilk of PNR bends itself toward shapeshifters and vampires. But, I read this story to expand my reading portfolio and I must say that this story was very well written and well researched. This wasn't just a tale about magic, but the real deal of magick -- some dark, some light. Hath No Fury definitely had bite.
This characters in the story fit in the new adult category because they are college-age. There is some angst between Mark and Amy that is typical for this genre but it does not overwhelm the story. I appreciated the differences among the characters because each of them bought a unique and interesting element to the story.
For future readers, my suggestion would be to read the "Author's Notes" first. I know that they come at the end but I think that the notes lay an excellent foundation for the story and help the reader understand certain story elements...especially people who do not typically read in this genre.
Readers who enjoy stories about magic, demons, and witches will appreciate the depth of this story. Rappaport does an excellent job taking the reader on a well crafted journey of discovery.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hath No Fury was a great read. I couldn't put it down. Well written and very entertaining! Love how descriptive the Wicca and Voodoo, and Darkness were. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Natalie
Purchased the book last night. Before I knew it, there hours had passed. I couldn't put it down. Great book!!!!!Published 11 months ago by Angela Kearney
Hath No Fury is unlike any other novel within its genre. A captivating paranormal romance that intrigues readers all the way to the end. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Danielle Urban
I was given a kindle edition of the book for an honest review.
I did have a hard time getting started in the book, but it was worth trying, so I purchased the audio narration. Read more
I’ve never read Hal Rappaport and when given a copy of “Hath No Fury” to review, honestly had no clue what to expect. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Alima Livzletlivz
Once I started reading I could not put it down. It is well written. I don't know which I enjoyed more, the love story or the Wiccan lessons. Read morePublished 15 months ago by janet havrilla
Very informative read with a great storyline. Picked it up and didn't put it down until completed. The author is knowledgeable about the content, storyline flows without missing a... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was loaned his book for an honest review. Although this is not my normal reading, this book was quite interesting. Talks of witches and demons. Read morePublished 17 months ago by julie minton