Wednesday, November 13, 2013

The Witch by W.C. James (book review)

*I received a free copy of this eBook for my honest review*

A few miles outside of the town of Windsor Colorado, there was an abandoned farmhouse everyone called The Witch. It was a place where teenagers congregated, and rednecks sighted in their guns, but it was also place that had a dark history. For years, nothing ever happened there, but one dark summer night a young couple is accosted by an angry mob of devil worshippers. The attack sets in motion a series of events that will rock the little town to its foundations. 

Something sinister is brewing at the Witch, and it will take the efforts of three unlikely heroes to combat it. Buck Johnson is a young deputy who is in over his head, Dr. Reginald Cooper is a professor who specializes in the occult, and Pastor Nathan Kelly is a holy man who has done battle with Satanists before. Together they must figure out a way to stop this dangerous cult before they unleash an ancient evil, hell-bent on revenge, which left unchecked will destroy the town and all who reside there. 

W.C. James graduated from Colorado State University in 1993 with a degree in creative writing. James resides in Colorado with his wife and two sons.


This is a little different from what I have been reading lately and I admit I did  think this book was ok but it is not one I would buy for myself and not one I would read again but it did keep me reading.I think my husband might like this book more than I did.

I give this 3 out of 5

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