Monday, July 7, 2014

Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert

Season of the Witch
by Natasha Mostert

My rating: 5 stars

Publication Date: December 16, 2013
Publisher: Portable Magic Ltd
ISBN-13: 9781909965096
Genre: Adult Mystery & Thriller
Print Length: 403 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Synopsis:

In her award-winning novel, Mostert blends alchemy, the art of memory, high magic and murder to create a highly original psychological thriller.

Gabriel Blackstone is a cool, hip, thoroughly twenty-first century Londoner with an unusual talent. A computer hacker by trade, he is also a remote viewer: able to 'slam a ride' through the minds of others.

But he uses his gift only reluctantly ― until he is contacted by an ex-lover who begs him to find her step-son, last seen months earlier in the company of two sisters.

And so Gabriel visits Monk House, a place where time seems to stand still, and where the rooms are dominated by the coded symbol of a cross and circle.

As winter closes in, Gabriel becomes increasingly bewitched by the house, and by its owners, the beautiful and mysterious Monk sisters. But even as he falls in love, he knows that one of them is a killer.


Season of the WitchMy Review
Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert
My Rating:  5 Stars

Be prepared to be seduced into leaving reality for Natasha Mostert’s Season of the Witch. When a high end information thief (hacker) is asked to use his “remote viewing” abilities to find the missing son of a dying millionaire, no one knew what Gabriel would discover, or “see” or the darkness that would threaten to surround them all.
Natasha Mostert tells a bewitching tale where science, memory and magic entwine and entangle with other mystical practices and obsessions. Is it possible one of the mysterious Monk twins who ooze sensuality and lust knows the fate of the young man?

They say the imagination is a powerful aphrodisiac and the mental conjuring through the sensual prose of Natasha Mostert is far more potent through allusion than the often coarse in-your-face descriptions of other tales. Ms. Mostert does not write for those who want a fast and furious read, she writes for those who wish to gently land in the midst of a tale that defies genre.

I received a review copy from Portable Magic Ltd in exchange for my honest review.



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