Hath No Fury: The Lesson of Three Book One

Hath No Fury: The Lesson of Three Book One

by Hal Rappaport


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ISBN-13: 9781475243598
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/19/2012
Pages: 472
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.05(d)

About the Author

Prior to this novel, the author has been professionally published by:

The SyFy Channel
Haunted Attractions Magazine
Weird New Jersey
Haunted News

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Hath No Fury: The Lesson of Three Book One 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Magluvsya03 More than 1 year ago
I am impressed with the amount of research that I think went into this book. I can usually tell when an author puts a significant amount of time into their stories with their research and backgrounds. This one is exceptionally good.  Plus, just think if you could take a supernatural fiction book and turn it into nonfiction. That’s how this is. A lot of this book is based on real life, so it feels like real life, which is what made it so believable. I really wasn’t expecting it to be that good, and believable. I usually read fantasy for exactly that, fantasy- escape from real life. Maybe that’s why I liked this one so much. It gave me both worlds. :)   The story is about Mark and Amy, who are reunited in college, and were once neighbors and best friends. The story focuses more on their friendship, and past relationship, more than it does romance, but it was done just right. I actually liked both characters and what each of their individual personalities brought to the story.  I liked the background of the Wicca. Being raised in a different culture and/or religious time period is always hard to accomplish, but this one is excellent. The beginning which does have a lot of focus on background info may be a bit slow for some, but I found it interesting. And then by the middle you’re into the action and you won’t be able to put it down. This is also not one of the more “softer” sides of the story. There are some complicated and dark materials, and situations, but I really think that it made the story worth while. I am very impressed and a fan!!! 4.5 MAGICKAL PAWS!! 
kph21 More than 1 year ago
Oh, you know I could have told you! But then you wouldn’t pick up the book. Hell truly hath no fury like a woman scorned. This story is so much more than that.  This is an engaging book that picks up speed the further you get into it. There is a lot of foundational material in the first section. Was all of it necessary? That would be debatable. Once you reach the second part of the story things pick up and keep on moving.  This story is dark and there are elements of abuse that could be disturbing. However, there are light elements as well. Hath No Fury is a well choreographed dance, weaving the light in with the dark to create a well balanced, and intriguing tale.  I was amazed at the emotional responses I felt while reading this book. There are places I really wanted to kick one of the character’s rear end, and characters that I wanted to hug and make everything all better. It was an amazing ride.
Bookworm305 More than 1 year ago
Hath No Fury My Thoughts: This book was provided by the author for an honest review. Hath No Fury was an interesting story about three young lives impacted by magick and effected by evil. Mark Kaplan was a young boy who was conceived by evil and raised by magick. His whole life hangs in the balance and an epic battle is fought for his soul. But Mark is not alone in his fight. He is accompanied by Amy, his childhood friend and young love who has her own brand of magick, and Christy, a friend who has the magickal roots of vodou. Together the three uncovered truths about themselves and the evil hunting Mark. Hath No Fury was a hard story for me to truly rate because it falls within a genre that is atypical for me. I do not usually read books about demons, witches, or magic. My usual ilk of PNR bends itself toward shapeshifters and vampires. But, I read this story to expand my reading portfolio and I must say that this story was very well written and well researched. This wasn't just a tale about magic, but the real deal of magick -- some dark, some light. Hath No Fury definitely had bite. This characters in the story fit in the new adult category because they are college-age. There is some angst between Mark and Amy that is typical for this genre but it does not overwhelm the story. I appreciated the differences among the characters because each of them bought a unique and interesting element to the story. For future readers, my suggestion would be to read the "Author's Notes" first. I know that they come at the end but I think that the notes lay an excellent foundation for the story and help the reader understand certain story elements...especially people who do not typically read in this genre. Readers who enjoy stories about magic, demons, and witches will appreciate the depth of this story. Rappaport does an excellent job taking the reader on a well crafted journey of discovery