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Hath No Fury: The Lesson of Three Book One

4.22  ·  Rating Details ·  9 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Immerse yourself into a world of magick without losing reality. It’s not a typical, vampire romance, but REAL. The storyline is fiction. The “magick” is based in reality.
It’s the 1970's, and Mark and Amy live a life of discovery and wonder amidst a world of magic practitioners. They mature and discover their own magick and a new facet to their friendship. As they turn over
Paperback, 472 pages
Published June 19th 2012 by Createspace
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Cindy Smith
Jan 05, 2013 Cindy Smith rated it it was amazing
This is a story of four young lives influenced by the spirit world. Three, Mark, Amy and Christie are drawn to the peaceful side of Wicca. Sameal is drawn to the darker uses of magic. It is a well written story which relates the true essence of the religion based on nature. The law of three, peace and harmony with all life. When Mark's grandmother is murdered, he is sent on a horrific path by forces unleashed by Sameal. Sam wants Amy for himself. Years intervene and the climax of the reunion is ...more
May 30, 2013 Gretchen rated it it was amazing
This is the journey of Mark and Amy, best friends and neighbors, who are suddenly separated by the murder of Mark's grandmother. They are reunited at college only to find that the darkness has followed and has plans for them both...

Hath No Fury is a very well written book. It is not your usual brand of paranormal, containing no vampires or shape shifters, instead it is a very well researched and well developed story about growing up in the Wiccan tradition. I was impressed with the respect the a
May 30, 2013 Katrina rated it really liked it
Oh, you know I could have told you! But then you wouldn’t pick up the book. Hell truly hath no fury like a woman scorned. This story is so much more than that.
This is an engaging book that picks up speed the further you get into it. There is a lot of foundational material in the first section. Was all of it necessary? That would be debatable. Once you reach the second part of the story things pick up and keep on moving.
This story is dark and there are elements of abuse that could be disturbing
May 31, 2013 Patricia rated it really liked it
Well what can I say Bout this book. The journey I f Amy and mark is great . The power of love is all through this book even when they were separated in the back of their minds they where still thinking if each other . The 70s being the backdrop when people were scared of anything they don't understand . These two main characters fight for what they want. They start off being friends and loosing each other , both enduring pain to be brought back together in college. To find true love , and the po ...more
The BookChick
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GOOD: The characteristics of a 3 star book include: interesting characters, a decent storyline, and unique story elements; there was something about the story that I didn’t completely connect with; the book is a solid read. I would recommend it to a friend.
Book Description:
Immerse yourself into a world of magick without losing reality. It’s not a typical, vampire romance, but REAL. The storyline is fiction. The “magick” is based in reality.

It’s the 1970's, and Mark and Amy live a li
Sep 19, 2016 Melanie rated it really liked it

This is not your typical paranormal romance book at all. The actual premise is quite fascinating and obviously the author has done a lot of research, and is quite immersed in the world of magick. That being said, whilst the obviously real knowledge comes through, the style of writing, and the underlying fictional part, at times made this a challenging read. The pacing for the non- realism just moved too disjointedly for me to rea
Maghon Thomas
Aug 25, 2013 Maghon Thomas rated it it was amazing
I am impressed with the amount of research that I think went into this book. I can usually tell when an author puts a significant amount of time into their stories with their research and backgrounds. This one is exceptionally good. Plus, just think if you could take a supernatural fiction book and turn it into nonfiction. That’s how this is. A lot of this book is based on real life, so it feels like real life, which is what made it so believable. I really wasn’t expecting it to be that good, an ...more
Lis Ann - The Indigo Quill
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Hath No Fury is about two childhood friends, Mark and Amy, who are separated when Mark's grandmother is suddenly murdered. Mark grows up within a religion of witchcraft, and is thrust into the world of good vs evil.

*Takes a deep breath* Okay, so this book was very different from other books I normally review. Although it was clear that the author had done his research, which is GREAT, I really felt like the s
Monica Boots
Jun 10, 2013 Monica Boots rated it really liked it
This is a story about good against evil. Mark and Amy have been friends and neighbors forever. They are suddenly separated when Mark’s grandmother is murdered. Years later they are reunited at college but a darkness in the form of Samael has followed and has other plans for both of them. I realy liked this book. It is a well written story with lots of magick that you won’t be able to put down. You will keep reading to find out what happens next. I look forward to reading the next book.
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Hal Rappaport
Oct 26, 2012 Hal Rappaport rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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I currently live in New Jersey, in a small town just north of Princeton. I grew up in Philadelphia. I guess I’ve been writing stories since I was about 11 or 12. I loved the idea of being able to transport someone to another place, or to create my own.

I’ve always been into technology. I’ve worked in the field for almost 25 years. I wrote for the Syfy Channel’s technology site, DVICE and several of
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