Witch Breed – Book Review
By Angela Youngman Jul 15, 2010, 14:54 GMT
A thriller and a horror story-the fourth installment of Paul Rector\'s dark journey into the dark heart of London When Paul arrives in 17th-century London, he expects to be thrown into a life or death struggle for the three gates that imprison the ancient King Lud. But the battle doesn\'t come. Instead, Paul roams alone, learning how to survive in a city where all the talk is of the savage civil ...more
This is one of the most gripping tales I have read for a long time. It is the fourth installment of Paul Rector's journey into the dark heart of London in his bid to defeat the dreaded King Lud.
Having arrived in seventeenth century London, he has to survive alone without friends yet find the help he badly needs. Only one woman can provide this - but she is caught up in a Suffolk witch hunt and her life is in danger. Can Paul succeed in his bid to prevent the gates that imprison King Lud being opened?
It is fascinating seeing how Paul's character is developing as he hunts through time for answers to his quest, while trying to come to terms with the fact that he may never see his friends and family again - and dare not have any contact in case it brings them into peril.
Will Paul choose to close the portal to Hells Underground? And what of the mysterious Courts of Destiny - what role will they eventually play?
The stories make compulsive reading. I look forward with anticipation to further volumes in this series.
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