Season of the Witch - Natasha Mostert Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553818503 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Natasha Mostert / Paperback / 544 Pages / Book is published 2008-07-14 by Bantam Books
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Natasha Mostert Season of the Witch
Gabriel Blackstone is an unscrupulous hacker and unrepentant &quo ...
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by Deirdre Rushkoff - written on 09/12/09
I was really surprised by Loopyloo's review. This book won The World Book Award and tough critics such as Peter Guttridge (Observer) and Karla McKay (Daily Mail) raved about it. In addition it received starred reviews in both Kirkus and Publishers Weekly, which is very hard to do. It is one of my absolute favourite books. The plot is layered, sophisticated and the fantastic comparison of the ancient Art of Memory with 21st century reliance on technology was riveting and sent me happily googling and researching on topics I never knew existed. I loved the characters. The sisters are mysterious and not your run-of-the-mill women. Gabriel goes on a journey ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
~~~Synopsis~~~ Gabriel Blackstone is a remote viewer, one of few people with the exceptional ability to 'ride' a person's memories and experiences, to enter a person's mind. Asked by an old flame to discover the whereabouts of her step-son, Robbie Whittington, Gabriel's remote viewing ability leads him to Monk House and its mysterious inhabitants, two beautiful and enigmatic sisters, Morrighan and Minnaloushe Monk. What connects these women to Robbie's disappearance? What secrets lurk behind Monk House? What is the 'House of a Million Doors'? ~~~Genre~~~ I personally think that this book is perhaps best ... Read the complete review
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