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4.67 of 5 stars 4.67  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  3 reviews
All the witch wanted was romance. All the demon wanted was the world. Their battle would challenge the Gods... Rose, the Witch of the Woods, twists destiny when she embarks on a campaign to find true love. During her quest for happily-ever-after with her familiar-turned-husband, Tom, Rose accidentally releases Lilith, a powerful demon, from her ancient prison. Rose and her ...more
Paperback, 266 pages
Published February 7th 2010 by Pill Hill Press
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Rebecca J Vickery
The Weaving by Gerald Costlow was just that – an interwoven story of fantasy and romance with strings of witchcraft and wizards, shape-shifters and immortals, good and evil. I was held enthralled from one page to the next as I sought to unravel the weaving and all the various threads. Mr. Costlow did a masterful job of tying them all together and not leaving any loose ends.
The romance was subtle and not overdone, but added an integral part of the storyline. Not an average happy ever after romanc
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Daniel Tinsley
Gerald Costlow’s debut novel, The Weaving, is an intricately-woven story of adventure and romance, good versus evil. The action unfolds before the reader with an often playful, yet always engrossing, narrative. As a reader, I felt as though I was a direct witness of this mystical place; interwoven with the struggles of the characters. From the moment Rose, the Witch of the Woods, sets the story in motion - in a scene that shows right from the get-go just how original and emotional this book is - ...more
Tracy
The fantasy novel The Weaving marks the debut of short story writer Gerald Costlow as a novelist. Published by the Pill Hill Press, The Weaving is a clever, charming, and playful fantasy that injects fresh creativity into clichés like the witch and the black cat and the trickster coyote.

The adventure opens with Rose, the famous and powerful Witch of the Woods, deciding that her loneliness has become unendurable. A witch always lives the single life because of the demands of her craft and the ge
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