Tall, Dark and Dead - Tate Hallaway Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755336550 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Tate Hallaway / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2007-06-14 by Headline Review
Newest Review: ... and take a new name. Lilith scares her almost as much as the Vatican, and Garnet has sworn off real magic to keep Lilith at ... more
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by - written on 17/01/09, updated on 17/01/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
(This review is expanded from a review I posted on my blog) First thing you should know about this book: The cover lies. Garnet Lacey is a witch. But she's pretending not to be. Dressed like a teenaged goth, she works in a New Age bookstore so that no one will take her seriously. She's afraid of being found by the Vatican, who are after her in a big way. She used to be someone else. One night in this previous life, she arrived late for her coven meeting only to find that Vatican witch-hunters had got there before her, and were in the process of murdering all her friends. She summoned the goddess Lilith to help her, and ended up killing ... Read the complete review
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