Saturday, July 30, 2011

Virtual Book Tour Review of Dark Magick by Steve Trinity and Stacey Thompson Geer

Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 167 KB
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Wicked Nights (June 23, 2011)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Language: English
Lending: Enabled

Book Courtesy of Steve Trinity, Stacey Thompson Geer and Bewitching Book Tours for more information on Bewitching book tours click HERE

Book Description:
The world has changed, we have changed. The world we once knew has fallen away and left us in a wasteland of Magick. Powerful witches and underworld gods control our lives. The past comes back in ways we are not prepared for. The Gatekeepers are our only hope. The question is if we can get to them first.

This book far different than I have read in a long time in fact I think this is a first for me. I don't ever recalling a book written in two point's of view- Lynn and Rhea, the main female characters in this story. So you can imagine I was a bit thrown off at first.

I have to admit that there was times I was a bit confused like with the back-story instead of doing a prologue of how they ended up where they were fighting the government and such it was blended in with the story in flashbacks. so at times I found myself wishing they would have maybe done a prologue instead.

But once I was able to settle into the story, I enjoyed this refreshing tale of war between the government and the witches. As I continued to read I more times than I can count I kept thinking this had to be just how the witches in Salem felt so many years ago being hunted down because of their abilities.

What through me for a loop so to speak was the ending? I couldn't believe it ended the way it did? I'm not saying it was bad it wasn't just I think I am still shocked it ended like that.

So if you like witches and are in the mood for a different type of story , writing wise as well as story-line this book is for you.


About the Authors:
Stevie Trinity
Stevie lives in Wyoming with her family. She loves the wide open space There is nothing better than sitting out on the prairie looking out at the stars, or driving less than an hour to the Mountains and climbing trees, and yes she still climbs trees! :)

Stevie started to write short stories when she was 12. She loves poetry and started to write poems when she was 13. She then stopped writing in her early 20s, due to raising a family and focusing her attention elsewhere. When she was 30 she started to write again.

A couple of years later the Gatekeeper series emerged. She and her co author spent many hours talking about and discussing the world they created. Stacey really encouraged Stevie to write again.

Currently Stevie is working on a historical romance about the old west in a time of amazing change! She is also working on the second book to the Gatekeeper Series.

Stacey Thompson-Geer
Stacey is a wife and mother of three. She started writing in High School with horror short stories. One of her first is now published through the kindle - Silver Bullet. When she's not dreaming up her next story or novel, she can be found hanging out with her kids or reading one of her favorite authors. She is also an avid Facebooker and Twitter user. Stop by her website to see what she's working on and any of her backlist work.


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