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    Very strange but interesting

    This was definitely a strange story. I've read An Angels Share by this same author and it was a little unorthodox as well. Several things come into play throughout this novel. The time period from WWI to the 1920s lends itself to historical. There is a magical, otherworldly feeling to the town of Bellhaven as well as the characters that live there. And throw in a battle of good vs evil and many unexpected things begin to happen. The characters were many and all so very different, including religious leaders of almost every type church you can imagine. In the beginning the townspeople were united in spite of their color, creed and religion. But as time passed the evil that lurked in the little chapel deep in the woods started pulling everyone apart. Ellsworth, who had a wooden leg from a war injury, was looked upon with respect by most of Bellhaven's citizens, with a few exceptions of course. He tried his best to bring the people back to a peaceful resolution but demons are hard to fight. I thought it was very interesting how the author brought in background information concerning the past to bring a better understanding of the characters and why they reacted to situations like they did. Even though the story was hard to follow at times I found it interesting nonetheless and very, very different. I received a complimentary copy of this novel from the publisher through the Fiction Guild but was not required to write a review.
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