January 05, 2021

#BookReview: Renna's Crossing by Geordie Morse






Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Renna Porter has grown out of a painful and uncanny childhood. Her dark dreams are in the past, and she can finally enjoy her life with three dads and a dozen surrogate siblings. However, a visit from a dapper witch named Job reveals the tragic birthright of her blood. The witch Mab, Job’s tutor and grandmother to Renna perished fighting a vengeful demon twelve years prior. Now it has returned to burn the last branch of Renna’s family tree.

Job tutors Renna in witchcraft while they race to a fortified rectory deep within the Adirondacks. As the demon draws closer, the bond between teacher and student wears thin, and forgotten family steps out of Renna’s past with an offering of dark power. Renna must decide if blood is thicker than water, and which will help her survive against an unstoppable hell-fiend.



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Rating: 2 Stars 
My Review: The pacing of this one as very weird. It was great to start but as the story went on it fell apart.  Sadly I DNFed this one about 20%. 








About the Author

Geordie Morse creates stories in many forms of media from his anchor point of Western Massachusetts. His hope is to produce as many of the ideas stuffed in his files and notebooks as he can during his human-sized lifetime. He also works as a Language Acquisition Specialist, with clients ranging from his hometown to universities in Japan. He uses his website Arnamantle to catalogue most of his creative endeavors.









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