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    Loved it

    I was so bored with the murder mysteries I have been reading, and I like weird books, but it's hard to find a good page turner. This book was weird but believable, and kept my interest, which is hard to do lately.
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    A chilling read

    ‘The Making of Gabriel Davenport’ is the debut paranormal novel of British Author, Beverley Lee. Lee skilfully delivers a tense, fast-paced ghost story with both humour and warmth. This dark, supernatural story is perfect for lovers of fantasy, mystery, and ghost stories. The story begins with a chilling snow storm where readers are introduced to the Davenport family. I was immediately drawn into the minutia of the Davenport’s lives and was completely taken with the characters of Beth and Stu Davenport. Gabriel was a perfectly adorable baby boy and I loved all the little details Lee included which only made the story more compelling and more real. Everyday life is suffused with the eerie and chilling ancient darkness of the skittering Aka Maga who is intent on destruction. Lee skilfully weaves the story within a brooding atmosphere while unveiling a fascinating cast. I was taken with Carver and Noah and Clove, and of course, Gabriel Davenport. Lee’s ability to make the ordinary more than what it is, with her poetic prose is both admirable and courageous. ‘The Making of Gabriel Davenport’ has plenty of cliff hangers to keeps readers on the edges of their seats. The fine craftsmanship and poetic prose of Lee’s writing is to be commended. ‘The Making of Gabriel Davenport’ is highly recommended and I would love to see this on the big screen.
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