- ArcheBooks Publishing
- Publication date:
- Product dimensions:
- 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.61(d)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews
Faceless Fury based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I absolutely LOVED it! You did a beautiful job building the characters and you brought to life the true meaning of ¿evil twin¿ and the concept of how good prevails over evil. I really reveled in the weaving of the implementation of the earth with one, while the use of greed with the other, and how it added to the allure of the characters Kiva and Christi. By drawing from the positive energies from the Earth Mother and the love of the universe and elements as well as the desire for life is what made Christi the more powerful witch. The suffering, coupled with triumph, peppered with grief and then to top it with the true success balanced the story and kept me turning the pages. I read the book within a couple of days and honestly, it was a gripping story. I could almost feel the fury of emotions. There is definitely opportunity to create a beautifully woven sequel. As with any good book that's hard to put down, 'Faceless Fury' was indeed a story that was all that it promised it was... and more! Thank you for a gripping tale!
This was such an good book with great dialog. The story is compelling, and horrifying with a great ending that has an unexpected twist to it. It has all the components I look for in a book: Dialog, suspense, story line, enough facts to make it interesting and meaningful. It's about the fight of a good sister and an evil one, and a young girl looking for meaning in her life. She grows up fighting for her life. I hope the author writes another one just like it. I strongly suggest reading this book. My husband loved it too and we rarely enjoy the same book. A great find!
I loved this book. I suggest anyone who likes to read well written books READ this one!I was able to get completely lost while I was reading Faceless Fury. His writing is perfect in every way he obviously knows what he is doing. The book was interesting, full of color and life. Never a dull moment, yet, he was able to fill in all the details needed to keep me reading...all night.I can tell he researched the Salem Whitch trials and choose each word with educated care. I'm impressed with George Frawley's ability to make me feel, smell and taste what was happening in the book.I have found my new favorite author--where have you been all my life?