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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!
"Hath No Fury" - five well deserved stars! I eagerly await the sequel.
I couldn't put this book down. It was written so well and it seemed that I was finished the book in no time. Even though it was in paperback (I prefer hard back books), the fonts that were used made it easier to read and they words were not pushed together. The fiction and paranormal subjects were a perfect blend.
I am looking forward to Mr.Rappaport's next 2 books. He grabbed my mind.
Kudos to the author
I found myself sitting in my car at the train station looking for a point in which to stop after my commute. I came home late a few days. :)
I highly recommend giving this book a read.