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Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert
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Jul 27, 2010

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It's not overly cleverly written, but this novel still manages to capture attention. This novel follows a corporate information thief, Gabriel, from your run of the mill corporate spy type scenarios and into a separate missing person investigation.

Using his psychic abilities to sense out the missing Robbie's final thoughts, Gabriel is led into the home of the Monk sisters, who practice witchcraft and of course seduction. Sucked into their simultaneously laid charms, Gabriel must keep his pants up long enough to discover which of the sisters it was that murdered Robbie.

A noteworthy element to the novel is Mostert's inclusion of such psychological/alchemical concepts like the Dream Mansions, or mind created thought rooms capable of holding more memory than your modern day PC. Read on to find out more.

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