Vigilante Witch Hunter

Vigilante Witch Hunter

by Gary Turcotte

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781432712136
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 01/21/2009
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.57(d)
Age Range: 4 - 18 Years

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Vigilante Witch Hunter 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Neverwithoutabook on LibraryThing 5 months ago
I'm choosing to post a joint review for Memoirs of a Fortune Teller as well as Vigilante Witch Hunter, because they are written by the same author, but also they go together. My first thought on the writing, and it made it difficult to read, was how choppy it came across. I wondered if it was on purpose, giving a sense of separate entries being written in "Memoirs of a Fortune Teller". If that was the intention, then it succeeded. Although the story was easy to follow, gaps were obvious. It idea is a good one, tho. I simply wished for more continuity. "Vigilante Witch Hunter" provided more continuity, although at times it also felt a little choppy. At times I felt rushed through the storyline as well. I really feel this is an interesting and unique idea that maybe simply needs a little more meat on the bones. I didn't hate it, but didn't love it either.
LouCypher on LibraryThing 5 months ago
Melissa is a fortune teller who can see anyone she touches future and past making it hard to maintain relationships. But when she meets the man of her dreams that all changes as they begin a series of adventures that entangle them with love, a vigilante, and the mob.I enjoyed this book. It definetely had its ups and downs, but i found the writting style to be a pretty good flow and pace. Gonna have to check out the first book and eagerly awaiting the third.
Loucypher More than 1 year ago
Melissa is a fortune teller who can see anyone she touches future and past making it hard to maintain relationships. But when she meets the man of her dreams that all changes as they begin a series of adventures that entangle them with love, a vigilante, and the mob. I enjoyed this book. It definetely had its ups and downs, but i found the writting style to be a pretty good flow and pace. Gonna have to check out the first book and eagerly awaiting the third.
ReviewYourBook.com More than 1 year ago
Vigilant Witch Hunter is a sequel to Memoirs of A Fortune Teller. I read/reviewed Memoirs of A Fortune Teller about a month ago, so I was familiar with Gary Turcotte's writing style. The story line continues. Melissa has inherited her mother's gift of fortune telling. She teamed up with Stephen a vigilante to find her mother's killer. Melissa touches someone and knows the evil they have committed. She shares the information with Stephen. He makes the perpetrator pay for their sins. Occasionally, he lets them off with a beating, but usually it leads to death. In the sequel, Melissa is still working with Stephen, righting wrongs. When Stephen introduces her to Richard his stockbroker, they become fast friends. Richard is a gifted financial forecaster. They care about each other and want to live a normal life This book stands well alone. However, the first book is short and interesting, so I advise you to read it. I liked the first book better than Vigilant Witch Hunter. The dialogue in Vigilant Witch Hunter stiff and never flows smoothly. The errors are too many to overlook. While the plot is not top notch and had great potential, it falls short of the mark.
CD09 More than 1 year ago
Memoires of a Fortune Teller left me wanting more and Vigilante Witch Hunter does too. Awesome adventure told in a format that makes you feel what the characters do. I love a book that does that and this one is top notch. Again, the writer (Gary Turcotte) has me waiting for the next one to hit the book stores! Can't wait.