The Depths of Darkness

The Depths of Darkness

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by Laurie Bowler
     
 

Patty is a low level worker for The Agency, an organisation of witches that controls the world of the supernatural. Patty grew up an orphan with normal human parents, but when her powers as a witch emerged she was drawn to, and joined, The Agency.
When her friend and mentor, the high witch Matace, is murdered, Patty is unsatisfied with the reports of his death

Overview

Patty is a low level worker for The Agency, an organisation of witches that controls the world of the supernatural. Patty grew up an orphan with normal human parents, but when her powers as a witch emerged she was drawn to, and joined, The Agency.
When her friend and mentor, the high witch Matace, is murdered, Patty is unsatisfied with the reports of his death and begins her own investigation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011489426
Publisher:
Laurie Bowler
Publication date:
08/25/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
312 KB

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Meet the Author

Laurie Bowler resides in Hampshire, a county located in the United Kingdom where she started writing fantasy fiction in late November 2009. Laurie finds it fascinating to create stories that could never happen in the real world.

After reading hundreds of romance novels, she knew she wanted to write romance within the fantasy storyline, as she finds them both fascinating and adventurous and that is where the first idea came to write "Moon Rising"

Laurie attended Andover College where she studied Music and English and now teaches full time to adults to further their education.

Laurie Bowler lives with her daughter and husband, whom she loves to spend time with along with two cats and a parrot. lauriebowler.com

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The Depths of Darkness 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Really enjoyed this book. Have to follow up with author read more of her books.
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Even if I exclude the constant bad grammar, the far too often spelling mistakes ("shear" for "sheer", for example) and the completely juvenile phrasing going on throughout most of this book, it's still an utterly horrible thing to read. The main female is a Mary-Sue protagonist who acts like a very young, very immature teenager (yelling at characters trying to HELP her, feeling inward satisfaction at "giving them a put down" that she didn't do nor did they deserve) who can't even seem to do basic logical conclusions or keep her opinions of people straight in her head. The male protagonist seemed like a controlling jerk who didn't even understand basic rules of mental privacy (reading the lead female's mind constantly, putting dreams into her brain, doing things she doesn't want him to do to "protect" her") or how to be a decent being. At the end, I weas rooting for the bad guy to win - I think "evilness" she had is being an interesting, human character in such a sub-par novel.