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5 stars for Witch Ever Way You Go: A Seattle Coven Tale by Robert Herold #horror #bookreview



Title: Witch Ever Way You Go: A Seattle Coven Tale (A Friday the 13th Story)

Author: Robert Herold

Genre: Horror


Book Blurb:


A Friday the 13th Short Story: 13 authors ~ 13 suspenseful stories. Murder and mayhem on Friday the 13th...


When an ill-fated graduate student and his girlfriend are lured into a terrifying world of witchcraft and murder, they become targets for human sacrifice. Is there a chance they can escape a bloodthirsty coven of witches and certain death until the curse is lifted? A spellbinding story of modern horror.


My Review:


I begged to read this short paranormal, and it was worth it! This is somewhat of a novella of horror. My significant one had me binging American Horror Story and that has given me a love for witches.

This story is so fast paced and exciting that it is just incredible. I was taken in totally and wowed by the ending. No, no spoilers here. Read this yourself. Edge of the seat and gripping, just a super fun read. At times, just too spooky to read at night.


A fantastic little story that packs a ton of punch. Any fan of AHS will love this book. Fans of this author will love this book. I saw that my boss has loved his work in the past. Now I am a fan too.


My Rating: 5 stars


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Author Biography:


The supernatural always had the allure of forbidden fruit, ever since my mother refused to allow me, as a boy, to watch creature features on late night TV. She caved in. (Well, not literally.)


As a child, fresh snow provided me with the opportunity to walk out onto neighbors’ lawns halfway and then make paw prints with my fingers as far as I could stretch. I would retrace the paw and boot prints, then fetch the neighbor kids and point out that someone turned into a werewolf on their front lawn. (They were skeptical.)


I have pursued many interests over the years (among them being a history teacher and a musician), but the supernatural always called to me. You could say I was haunted. Finally, following the siren’s call as an adult, I began writing horror.


Ultimately, I hope my books give you the creeps, and I mean that in the best way possible.


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Reviewed by: Tiger

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