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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

REVIEW: HALF-MADE GIRLS by Sam Witt

REVIEW: HALF-MADE GIRLS by Sam Witt (A Pitchfork County Novel) From the very first pages, HALF-MADE GIRLS grabbed it spot in the pantheon of my all-time favorite books. Like the Appalachian magic of Manly Wade Wellman, and the Alvin Maker Tales of Orson Scott Card, HALF-MADE GIRLS and its background locale of a horribly cursed count where darkness and evil magicks rule, is simultaneously fascinating, compelling, intriguing, and totally terrifying. Night Marshal Joe Hark cleans up the dirty deeds and sorcerous overflows of Pitchfork County, a position he inherited from his late father. His son harbors a demonic secret; his daughter is ridden by the dead the way vodou worshippers are ridden by the Loa. Pitchfork County: no one wants to live there, but what a great place to read about. I'll be distraught if this doesn't expand into a very long series. I reviewed a digital copy from Story Cartel provided for review purposes. No fees were exchanged.REVIEW: HALF-MADE GIRLS by Sam Witt (A Pitchfork County Novel) From the very first pages, HALF-MADE GIRLS grabbed it spot in the pantheon of my all-time favorite books. Like the Appalachian magic of Manly Wade Wellman, and the Alvin Maker Tales of Orson Scott Card, HALF-MADE GIRLS and its background locale of a horribly cursed count where darkness and evil magicks rule, is simultaneously fascinating, compelling, intriguing, and totally terrifying. Night Marshal Joe Hark cleans up the dirty deeds and sorcerous overflows of Pitchfork County, a position he inherited from his late father. His son harbors a demonic secret; his daughter is ridden by the dead the way vodou worshippers are ridden by the Loa. Pitchfork County: no one wants to live there, but what a great place to read about. I'll be distraught if this doesn't expand into a very long series.

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