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I like to read in the morning, with my coffee, closing the book when my 2 cups are done and I need to start my day. With this one, at least twice I thought of making another pot of coffee solely to extend my reading time . . . Not everyone will approve of the descriptions of various kinds of brutality, but the fact is, this sort of stuff does happen, and it no doubt happened more often and more casually in the Louisiana of a few generations ago.
The only problem with the book – and it is one that is only annoying and did NOT hinder me from enjoying the book as a whole – is that my eyes did trip over a number of misplaced commas and such. It’s not a critical issue, though, because this is a story, not a thesis on Shakespearean grammar or corporate-quality punctuation. So, other than it being better if it had a little third-party proofreading, and other than – and I’m sure the author will take no offense at this - it not being the most technically sophisticated, all-around best book you’ve ever read in your life, I say it’s quite an enjoyable read. I’ve already told several of my friends about it.
This was a great novel! If you like Southern Gothic, this is it. You have a Voodoo curse, evil men, and a treasure everyone wants but is too dumb to see that the curse have killed all that have looked for it.
The story spans generations. The story is very sad from the get go with Angelique, a voodoo woman who is the town fortune teller. I don't want to spoil the story at all, but suffice it to say True Blood and AHS Coven ain't got nothing on this story!