Regina has just moved back to her hometown, Dark Rock, Texas, after being away at college. While at college, Regina studied witchcraft as well as her school work. She hasn't returned alone, however - fellow witches Angela and Summer have joined her. Though they are not evil by any means, they are not ones to be messed with.
Reverend Bannerman is the town's preacher who isn't thrilled with a group of witches living in his town. When a series of ritualistic and Satanic murders takes place, Bannermen gets the town worked into a frenzy of Satanic panic.
The three witches must stand together in the face of fear, ignorance, and pure evil while being attacked from all sides. Through it all, there is only one way they can survive and save the people of Dark Rock.
©2014 Tim Miller (P)2015 Tim Miller
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Rating: 5 out of 5 Hearts
Tim Miller is a new author to me! Reviewing this horrifically refreshing book in audio is a real treat, as that is still a new new venue for me.
I must say the narrator, Jennifer Richmond, has a strong voice. It amazes me how talented and gifted people are. I can't imagine myself changing my voice between characters and keeping them straight, let alone, keep my voice from scratching. Presentation: Well Done!
Regina ha a been away at college studying more than just her academics. She returns back to Dark Rock with two others at her side.
The town preacher has a problem with Regina and her friends... and he has a secret of his own. Throw in a flesh eating demon and the plot thickens.
Warning: This read is not for the faint of heart as the Gore Factor is... on a scale of one to 10 is about an 11!
Recommendation is for Horror Fans 18+ due to it's graphic nature.
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I love audiobooks!!!
It was certainly much more gruesome! I read this in Ebook format several months ago, and it was the first time I'd read this author. To say that I was shocked is an understatement! I've grown to love his stories, though, and the audiobooks are awesome!
Regina, as she is the main character. But the good reverend was also very well done.
A rich, smooth voice that is perfect for this genre.
Angela. She struck a chord with me!
Don't read this at bedtime!
This is your typical Witches are good (if you get to know us) and Christians are bad (or secretly do bad things and hide terrible secrets) crap! I'd rate it lower than one star if I could.
One dimensional, whiny, and unintelligent writing that gives away what he thinks of Christians and how little he understands about Christianity...
Can I get the time back I've wasted on listening to this book?
Save yourself a credit and do not buy it! If you have to know what this book is about, get the Kindle version, instead.
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