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"The woman swam closer. She twinkled as the light passed through her. Her fingernails had smoky tips. Her body was young but her eyes and mouth were pockets of crow's feet ..."

Four people in a small town find themselves persecuted in different ways by the same terrifying supernatural force.

Karen was happily married - until her husband became a religious maniac and set hims...more
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Published August 1st 2011
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Nancy
“Mistress Sandra Spicer You will be assayed. By order of: the Diviners' Guild.”
Several people get this note on the same day. Sandra is one of them, Mick, Felix, Karen round out the list. Exactly who/what the Diviner’s Guild is remains to be seen. Whoever they are, those people either are escapees from “Hellraiser” or on some serious medications!

This has to be the oddest book I have ever read and that’s saying something, trust me! We have people floating in pools missing more body parts by the mi...more
Misty
This book started off really strong and I was enjoying it but I felt bout half way through it lost it's way a little, I felt that the crazy events that set the scene for the book were starting to drag and really want some info on why it was happening and who the diviners guild were. Then three quarters of the way in when I did find out who they were I had to read it twice to really get a grasp on who they were and what they were doing, I still finished the book a little confused, I just didn't f...more
Alison Fees
First of all I apologize if this review isn't very long. This was a hard review for me to write. I had a hard time reading this book and I think it was simply because of the writing style or the fact that it is based in the UK and a lot of the slang I didn't understand. I will say that the story line was good and I found several of the characters very interesting. I just wish the story was easier to follow so I could truly enjoy the plot better. This is a horror novel and it was very dark. There...more
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Julian White is a novelist, freelance writer and critic. He reviews films for Little White Lies, Starburst Magazine, kamera.co.uk and Lost in the Multiplex, and blogs on cult movies at Diabolical Cinema. He published an ambitious horror novel, "The Diviners," in August, 2011 and is currently working on a short fantasy tale for children.
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