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The Curse of Crow Hollow With The Profound Sense Of Southern Spirituality He Is Known For Publishers Weekly , Billy Coffey Draws Us Into A Town Where Good And Evil And Myth And Reality Intertwine In Unexpected WaysEveryone In Crow Hollow Knows Of Alvaretta Graves, The Old Widow Who Lives In The Mountain Many Call Her A Witch Others Whisper She S Insane Everyone Agrees The Vengeance Alvaretta Swore At Her Husband S Death Hovers Over Them All That Vengeance Awakens When Teenagers Stumble Upon Alvaretta S Cabin, Incurring Her Curse Now A Sickness Moves Through The Hollow Rumors Swirl That Stu Graves Has Risen For Revenge And The People Of Crow Hollow Are Left To Confront Not Only The Darkness That Lives On The Mountain, But The Darkness That Lives Within Themselves Coffey Spins A Wicked Tale The Curse Of Crow Hollow Blends Folklore, Superstition, And Subconscious Dread In The Vein Of Shirley Jackson S The Lottery Kirkus Reviews Personally, I ve always loved a story with witches, paranormal activities and magic going on I ve been a huge fan of anything related to that because I think it s fun to read about it and to let go of our imagination This book delivers exactly what I love about those themes witchcraft, curse, cults, dark magic You will find everything in it with a smart storyline As for the characters, the author did an amazing job at describing them all and giving us a backstory to everyone and every family I must admit, there were a lot of characters and a lot of things going on but he kept it really organized and clean when it comes to each character so I didn t have a hard time to follow through the story You can check out our blog for the whole review here Trang Bookidote I love to be told a story and that s exactly how this book feels Told by a narrator that speaks in an old southern voice, I had thought when starting the book that I would get irritated by it It ended up being oddly addictive and it fit this book perfectly The voice used is telling the story about what happened to an outsider You will want to pull up a chair and listen it to it Set in Crow Hollow a small town in the Appalachian mountains, the story starts with a group of teenagers going somewhere that is not allowed because it s one of the girls birthday and she wants a special night to impress a boy.I d like to tell you about Scarlett Bickford s eighteenth birthday, how her and her friends somehow managed to salvage things and have the night they d all wanted But I can t do that, friend, because that s not how it went They ended up with teenage drama causing them to have a bad night where a diamond bracelet stolen from a parent gets lost in the night Waking up the next morning they know they have to get that bracelet back They find burned tracks that are bigger than any footprints that they have seen before and follow them They end up at Alvaretta Graves s small cabin The local witch Alvaretta is not someone these kids have met up with before but their parents have history with her.Ain t only sins of the father that come to visit in these parts, friend The sins of the mother will get you just the same The kids end up running for their lives after being cursed by Alvaretta Upon their return to Crow Hollow their curses have come true and it sets off a panic in town that starts to simmer under the towns peoples lives to a boiling point where you know that people are going to end up dead.Is there a demon helping out Alvaretta Is this just the result of mass hysteria Those questions kept me turning these pages.But then This book is so very good in parts and deliciously creepy, it does tend to drag in so many places I think if the books many pages were cut in two it would make a better story There was just too much telling that went into the story Some places have a feel to them, like there s a heaviness to the air You can t see it with your eyes but you know it in your gut, and what your gut says is those places are not made for humans at all, but for things best left alone Booksource Netgalley in exchange for review. The reason why I always try to finish a book in one day is because the moment that it stays unfinished for than 2 days, I become uninterested.The Curse of Crow Hollow is one of a kind I m actually very interested in the plot A witch s curse, a town of bible thumping people and a secret that s so deeply guarded I m loving it This book was also written in a way that an old man is telling you the story of their town Quite mysterious and deliciously creepy if you ask me.But the thing about this book is, it s so draaaaaaaging There are some scenes that is really not needed and I grew tired of all the bibbidi bobbidi boo that is happening I can t wait for the action and all the revelations to happen but the pacing is really testing my non existent patience.So DNF 48%. Review THE CURSE OF CROW HOLLOW by Billy CoffeyAuthor Billy Coffey possesses a multidimensional talent for eliciting a variety of genres faith, mystery, horror, history, marital, literary, familial, occult, and so much He also continuously demonstrates an in depth comprehension of Appalachian mountain culture and its people I am determined to read everything he publishes THE CURSE OF CROW HOLLOW is an unforgettable, magnificently conceptualized, tale of a tiny community in Appalachia and its microcosm of the wider universal human condition I read this nearly 400 page novel in a single afternoon and evening, and at the end I counted myself astounded at the author s reach, a vastness at which he constantly succeeds.Release August 4 2015

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