The wayward granddaughter of a New Orleans Mystic refuses to use magic. She ignores her paranormal abilities to please her overly religious mother. She endures unbearable suffering for abandoning the divine science of her people. But she's forced to use the family ritual when the government discovers her supernatural secret.
©2015 Shema'Yah Bey (P)2016 Shema'Yah Bey
The book was very interesting to say the least. It flowed back and forward between real life and her mind's eye (deep meditative state). It keep you look forward to what's next.
I truly recommend this book. It is a great mystery novel!!! One can really sink their feet on solid ground when diving in the mysterious world of Shema'yah's mind.
Great work Mystic!!!
I love that the author centered this story on magic and spirituality.
For some reason the foo dogs always come to mind. After reading this book, I bought two foo dogs that I put at my front door.
Madame Motarye. I know I spelled that wrong, but the actress did a great job with her.
When Paradise kept doing disrespectful things to herself, it moved me to want to slap her in the face.
This book was like a roller coaster that makes you happy at one point intrigued at one point, upset at one point, frightened at some points, and joyful at some point. I can't wait for part two.
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