Monday, June 11, 2012

Rise of the Wadjet Witch (Written in the Sky)

For all of you Twilight fans, you definitely want to check out this book! (Actually, I have never read twilight, I can't get past the annoying movies and the fact that every teenage girl in America, goes crazy over this Edward, is it? Lol! It just has always driven me nuts, and i am allowed to say so, since I have a 19 year old daughter, who also went head over heels over that series...
I read this book pretty quick, as it is not a long book at all, and i am always a "speedreader",I have always been accused of not reading the whole book at school, even if I had all A+++++ 's on my reports;)
But this is a good book for several occasions, and will not be sitting in your car, beach towel, bag, for very long. You will find that the story keeps moving, and starts out pretty quick, and you won't be losing interest in it and you will (well, as long as you are interested in odd or creepy type stories), probably think that this is a fairly rare and unique storyline.
The characters are cool, not corny and annoying, and actually rather interesting. The events start almost right away and you won't need to sit through a few chapters of, "and then we have this character who is blah blah blah blah..."
The part I like best is the twisted, and crazy way that the serial killer is killing people, stabbing them through their third eye, very crazy!!
This is something I have not read about in a book before, so the absence of creatures, vampires,and all of the other Hollywood type plots, really add to this book.
I am really hoping this is a series and that there will be more volumes coming out, and I would be super pleased to see this coming out to a local theater or drive in as a good summertime horror flick!
You can buy this book on Amazon
You can also read about the author, Juliet C Obodo, here! ( another coffee lover;)
I would love to hear your comments about this book!! Please leave a comment below and let us know if you have ever read this book, and what you thought!

**I received a copy of this book in return for my honest review**

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