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    A Great Journey With Spellbounding Potential!

    Being born and raised in southern Louisiana, the culture of voodoo is something I’ve heard about since I was a child, but never really paid much attention to the idea. Since moving away from Cajun country, I wasn’t quite expecting to ever hear about it again. Then I got a chance to read At The Crossroads, and was quickly drawn into the possibilities of that world. In book two of his BLUES BONES trilogy, author Rick Starkey weaves an interesting tale of music, magic, and one boy’s wish to make a mark on his teenage world. While you don’t necessarily need to read book one in order to keep up with the action in book two, there was an occasional moment for me when I wasn’t clearly understanding the dynamics between some of the characters. I also had challenges with the musical references, but that is merely due to my general ignorance of the technical side of the music industry. That being said, I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Rodney’s journey into dabbling in the world of voodoo and can’t wait until I can find out what happens next! A nice addition to any home library.
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    Worth the wait! I couldn't stop reading!

    I reviewed Book 1 in November of 2017, and I’ve been waiting for Book 2 ever since. I read it, and it was worth the wait! At The Crossroads picks up with Rodney who’s overcome stage fright, and he now belongs to a band. The only problem . . . he has one week to learn the hardest song ever. If he fails, his former best friend takes his spot. I didn’t stop reading till the very end. I had to know if Rodney took the easy hoodoo path or not. And now – I’m dying to read Book 3 to find out how Rodney’s story ends!
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