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Somebody tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead by Christiana Miller
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Somebody Tell Aunt Tillie She's Dead
Christiana Miller, Hekarose Publishing
April 23,2011
Get ready for a psychic roller coaster ride. This book is a tour de force novel of magic, spellcraft and over all chills. I bought this book and read it in two days. Once you get started you will not be able to put this one down.
The story starts of in Los Angeles, more notedly in the San Fernando Valley. Mara a heridetery witch is down on her luck. She has no job and subsists on unemployment. Her land lord who is usually more generous has given her extra time in the past to make the rent. This time things are different. Thanks to a new apartment manager who is a devout Christians and very anti-wiccan, Mara finds herself about to be evicted. Her best friend Gus helps her out by finding her jobs and helping her with magic. Mara creates a fetch in the shape of a crow.

Meanwhile in Wisconsin her aunt Tillie crashes the her car. A crow smashed through the windshield. Mara inherits the old cottage, which is rumored to be haunted. Problems arise as soon as Mara arrives. Her and Aunt Tillie start bumping heads. Mara employs a range of magical techniques in order to subdue her dead Aunt Tillie. Is this really a wise choice? IS Aunt Tillie really all that bad? She may have real good intentions. The family has a haunted past and not all spirits which to remain as spirits. Some want to live in physcial bodies again. Definitely a must read read if you enjoy magic and out of body experiences. This book gets five stars out of five stars.
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Danyelle Campbell I am adding this to my "to read" list


Steve Cran DefiniTely a great book. Get it on Amazon kindle for only 2.99


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