Some tragedies are best left forgotten...
Eva McRayne was sure that Greek mythology was just that: a myth. Fairy tales told to children who loved a good adventure story.Yet, when she encounters a Sibyl desperate to free herself from the chains binding her to Apollo, Eva realizes that the fairy tales are more than fantasy.
They are her new reality.
About the Author
Cynthia D. Witherspoon is an award winning writer of Southern Gothic, Paranormal Romance, and Urban Fantasy. She has been published in numerous anthologies since 2009. Her work has appeared in several award winning collections including Dark Tales of Ancient Civilizations (2012) and Pellucid Lunacy (2010).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Such unmistakable talent woven with old tales of greek mythology, which i adore! But...this novel sheds light on a whole new standpoint. The MC Eva, is an everyday regular girl who is just so lovable, from the start. I loved the paranormal twists, enthralling paranormal adventures, paranormal, Paranormal, PARANORMAL!!! Lol. I was on the edge of my seat, reading this novel and did NOT want to put it down. Just an overall great novel that was thoroughly exciting and well explained, for a novel that is shorter than I am used to reading. I am anticipating the sequel!! 5 stars Cynthia D. Witherspoon!
I was really intrigued in the premise behind The Sibyl. As a skeptic myself, I thought that the idea of combining skepticism with reality television in a novel was so unique and refreshing. Eva was a very well developed character that was easy to follow. Along with her and the pacing of this book, I was immediately swept up in the world that Cynthia Witherspoon had created. There are so many elements to this book, and I enjoyed every single one of them. There are several parts to the plot, but I found the author's writing to make this an enjoyable read. She showed so much talent for story telling and I cannot wait to dive into more of her works! **I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review with no compensation.