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Magenta Shaman Stones The Crow

4.0 of 5 stars 4.00  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Natural born shaman, Magenta Sweeney is torn from the comfort of England's green coast and sent on a terrifying trance journey by the very guides and guardians that claim to protect her. This time she must do as she is told. This time – she has no choice.

In Magenta Shaman Stones The Crow Maggie finds herself eight hundred miles from home, wandering the Bohemian forests of
Kindle Edition, 39 pages
Published (first published November 14th 2011)
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Veronica Marie Lewis-Shaw
Lily Childs’ second book - in what one hopes will be a continuing series - featuring earth shaman Magenta Sweeney, is, if possible, even more breathtaking and compelling than her first novella, MAGENTA SHAMAN.

MAGENTA SHAMAN STONES THE CROW takes Magenta (Maggie) from her safe haven on the English coast with her husband Tom, to the dark forests of the Czech Republic, to an ancient castle where her father is prisoner.

In a style reminiscent of horror master Clive Barker, Lily weaves a dark tale fil
Helen Baggott
I’ve been tardy in meeting Magenta Stone. Lily Child's creation, a ‘natural born shaman’ already has a cult following. I may be at the back of that pack, but I am now a fully paid up fan.

Magenta Shaman Stones The Crow is part of a developing series, but dipping into this particular episode I found a complete story, albeit one that has a past and a future.

The characters in Stones The Crow are well-established from Lily’s previous work. And yet I was still able to have my own relationship with the
Kay Robinson
As a fantasy short story this works well. Whether I could manage a full length novel based on these first two tales I don't know. The author describes herself as a horror and chiller writer and there's no doubt that the monster in this book would, if shown on screen, be firmly classed as horror, sadly the horror didn't come across in this tale. The fantasy realm that this appears to be set in really needs to be built, its rules and boundaries laid out. Reading the first of these two 'Magenta' se ...more
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Lily Childs... writes dark fiction, horror and chilling mysteries. She is currently completing her first novel, a supernatural asylum thriller set in the south of England.

Her gothic horrors, ghost stories and crime tales have been published in anthologies, most recently: The House of Three: a Short Story (Ganglion Press), The Twistweaver’s Son in The Demonologia Biblica (Western Legends Publishing
More about Lily Childs...
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