The Witch's MaliceBook
Where do witches come from? Are they fallen angels? If so what did they lose with their fall, eternity? What are their numbers? If the number is permanent, how are they replaced if one dies or is killed by another witch? There is no magic to satisfy some instant gratification, just child birth. The acquisition of their power is a long and tedious transformation. And like us they have childhood friends and enemies. Unlike us they can kill at the slightest provocation. They have no enemies but for other witches.As for their friends, do they know? What if you grew up with a friend who over the decades became a witch, what would you do, or could you do?What if someone stole your child and you had to watch your wife take vengeance and see that child kill another person? How does one remain sane and continue on? Everything about witches generates questions. To survive Vincent and Stephanie Anne Jones need those answers. But what if to get those answers your wife has to make a transition to another world to acquired those answers? And what if all of it were preordained a thousand generations before? Where God, angels and witches are concerned, you will be surprised by the abundance of ordination. Witches don't survive in ginger bread houses and eat little children they live lives of checks, balances, and abundance. But sometimes a witch like Kimberley Clarke comes along to disrupt those controls. She doesn't want to be one of; she wants to be it all. She has the power to take anything or anyone, even a best friend's husband with impunity. Our story is set in New Westminster, British Columbia, the action builds producing an intense paranormal ride to New York, to Aruba, to end up on the island of Alcatraz with a coven delivering surprise and revelations driving the final two novels of this trilogy. Buckle up people; it's a rough ride watching this life, and death battle between love, and hate, good and malice.
Publisher: [United States : CreateSpace], 014
Branch Call Number: HUTCHIS
Characteristics: 511 pages