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    *Great* writing! frighteningly amazing story

    I chose this book as part of one I thought I might like through Ebook Discovery, in exchange for an honest review- something about it called to me, (although I can't describe how come). The author's style is subtle but intense.. it honestly takes on a life of its own similar to being subtly, but not innocently, seduced. Or, how it is that some liqueurs seem very mildly intoxicating- until you've had 3 -and upon getting up to go, you realize how incredibly potent they truly were.. I hadn't known the book takes place in an area I've visited many times, so that added an element of interest for me/ yet I know little to nothing about the swamps and surrounding towns, so was intrigued and interedted to read about a section of the country that I know.. and yet obviously don't at one and the same time. I did know this story involved Satanism.. which I figured would be interesting .. however I was completely unprepared for *this*! So many writers still confuse Satanism with witchcraft or Wicca.. this writer didn't shout out the difference either- yet without ignorance or foolishness- therein/ lay the horror! I can honestly say I did *not* guess the true slant of the plot, nor what was behind it all, even while it was almost all right out there in the open. That's not usually true for me! I also have to add that how this author brought in the area's Seminole Native Americans/ American Indians in was not the typical phoney way of utilizing their image thst I've seen in many mysteries and horror novels . Although at first *seemingly* unremarkable.. (again, their contribution to the book was almost low-key!) - yet very powerful. The writers spare descriptions were nonetheless amazing and his sense of place -wonderful! I don't enjoy violence and gore in even a horror novel, nrver have. But luckily this book has only a little.. and it's utilized so well in service of the storyline, that I can't complain ;-) I was *not* scared by the violence towards the end.. although it was indeed horrifying.... I was ever so much more frightened by the group's dark and very deep roots, and the rxtent of their power.. it was truly a creeping horror which crept up on me unawares. . All in all I *loved* the book and only hope more will read this amazing book!

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