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Where Shadows Lie

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2012

    Moon Oak

    This particular oak is usually veiled in mist, and sunlight doesn't reach it much. But when the moon shines, it casts a glow upon the tree. Cats can come here to speak with StarClan.

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  • Posted March 23, 2011

    A fresh approach

    My interest in supernatural fiction has waned as of late...until this book. J.E. Cammon brings forth an exciting tale of friends, family, revenge, hatred, prejudice, lies, and the occult. He sprinkles a little humor in there to mitigate the somewhat harsh nature of the setting while giving the reader realistic relationships between the characters. This is a fresh approach to a genre that has been flooded with sappy mush. If there really were creatures in the night, they probably wouldn't go killing every thing in sight...that wouldn't be prudent. That is how Cammon writes, with an eye for believability. What I like most is that this is not a book written for teenage girls, there are no sexy vampires seducing underage females in dark creepy 'romantic' rooms. There is the 'Soul Eater' Vampire who thrives on proximity to death, not sinking teeth into fleshy throats; the easy going Lycanthrope that rides his wave of rage like a drug, to the brink of loosing himself in it; the awkward grad student of the occult who accidentally awakens things that should most likely be left asleep, and finally the 'Hunters', who judge others not for their actions, good or bad, but for what they are on the surface. It's different. It's good. Quick read. Five stars.

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