Thursday, May 30, 2013

The Spellcaster's Grimoire Book Review

Oh, you are going to love this crazy, maniac and sometimes very funny book called The Spellcaster's Grimoire written by Mark All. I wasn't too sure myself if I was going to like it but the more I read the better it got and wow, what an ending!

Here is an excerpt from the back of the book:
Bestselling witchcraft author Trish Sinclair has a shameful secret: she’s a lousy spellcaster, and the spells in her books belong to others. So when a dying warlock entrusts her with an ancient and powerful grimoire, she runs for her life from his murderer, psychotic witch Kate Cavanaugh.  
Kate pursues Trish relentlessly to obtain the grimoire, which holds spells to command the fearsome power of a magic crystal hidden in town—and Kate is determined to have that power. When the town coven refuses to help Trish protect the grimoire, she is forced to turn to cynical warlock Aidan McCarthy, who has a secret agenda of his own, and Rain Devereaux, a novice witch whose spellcasting abilities are even worse than Trish’s.  
As Kate unleashes the elemental might of tornadoes and ice storms on the trio, they desperately struggle to defeat her. But Kate is too powerful, and she manages to steal the grimoire and unearth the crystal. Trish knows Kate will use the stone’s power to exact her deadly revenge on Aidan and the town coven unless Trish can manifest her latent magical abilities to save them.
I live in Georgia and knew some of the places that they took and made a little different than what it really is in real life, so it was fascinating to read and know a little bit better than the average reader because it's written about places not far from where I live.

Do you believe in witches and warlocks? If you go there then that means we would have to be taking into consideration that there very well could be vampires! Oh, just kidding!

This is one action packed book from the time you start until the time it ends. Everyone is in constant motion and of course there is a bad and mean witch and then a good witch who doesn't know she is a witch. They live in a town that is supposedly full of them and they still go to church! I found that tidbit a little weird and wondered, did someone ask a witch if she went to church?

Boy, I would like to be the fly on the wall in that room if that discussion ever comes up. But seriously, it's a great book for fun and to kick back and enjoy reading on a day when you feel like doing nothing else. You won't be disappointed as it will keep you quite occupied.

Happy Reading!


Dorrie Turner said...

I do like supernatural books, but usually get engulph in reading the whole thing in a few days during spare time. I like the fantasy element.

Dorothy Turner

Megan Parsons said...

I liked the vampire, witches, ect as long as it's not way out there!
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Megan Parsons said...

I liked the vampire, witches, ect as long as it's not way out there!
makeighleekyleigh at yahoo dot com

MCantu1019 said...

I love all supernatural things. There has to be more than the average.
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Celebrate Woman said...

What I like about any book is that it can be as entertaining as it can be!
The subject does not matter to me very often. Love reading!

Kelly Grant said...

Yes I love paranormal books

Jennifer Haile said...

I love supernatural books especially about witches!

-Jen Haile

LAMusing said...

I've only read a few - I was surprised how much I liked them!

goldangel69 said...

I love supernatural books especially about witches!

angel d said...

Yes love them. Currently reading one angel dearlove