This Dark Magic

This Dark Magic

This Dark Magic Capital City is a tough as titanium riotous town but it wasn t always that way Only a month ago it was a placid place to live In this quirky dark fantasy novella Charlie Landers must navigate a dan

  • Title: This Dark Magic
  • Author: Chryse Wymer
  • ISBN: 2940011151590
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Nook
  • Capital City is a tough as titanium riotous town, but it wasn t always that way Only a month ago, it was a placid place to live In this quirky dark fantasy novella, Charlie Landers must navigate a dangerous world of black magic in order to save his little corner of the universe Somewhat silly, and crap your pants scary in places.

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    *I received this e-book from the author for review* I went into this book with a bit of an acknowledged prejudice against independently published authors. My previous experience had not been good. Initially I wasn’t going to review This Dark Magic, but I thought I’d give this book a chance to change my mind.First thing I noticed about This Dark Magic was that it had been edited well. Now you may think all books would be thoughourly edited, but my experience with IM’s says otherwise. So str [...]

    "This Dark Magic" by Chryse Wymer is a self published dark fantasy novella set in a city that appears to have fallen on bad times. It basically follows the trials of journalist Charlie Landers as he gets caught up in the machinations of someone using dark magic to control and exploit people for their own gain. The story is quite quirky as it tries to embrace fantasy, horror and even a little comedy. The setting of the novel was nicely handled with a short and punchy sentence structure that helpe [...]

    It is the perfect length for a short story, a nice quick read, except do not read it to quick or you will get a bit lost. The writing style is first person narrative, reading in an almost noir-esque fashion, somewhat like a private eye tale. The voice of Charlie Landers, our lead character, is what you would expect from a seasoned journalist in a small town and his internal dialogue a bit hard at times to follow where he is, is funny.I think my only issue is that this would be a better NOVEL, th [...]

    t is the perfect length for a short story, a nice quick read, except do not read it to quick or you will get a bit lost. The writing style is first person narrative, and reads in an almost noir-esque fashion, kind of like a private eye tale. The voice of Charlie Landers, our lead character, is what you would expect from a seasoned journalist in a small town.The cast of characters is a hoot too, Master aka The Dork of Darkness! The descriptions of his coworkers, the colorful choice of metaphors a [...]

    This novella reads like an unforgettable Poe tale with a Noir feel. There are a number of ultra-creepy moments in The Dark Room that I won't ever be able to shake. This is one of those books that you don't want to put down. Charlie Landers, the main character, is three-dimensional, likeable, and adds humor in all the right places. The tale builds and never makes a predictable turn. Chryse Wymer, an author on the rise, wields her pen with intelligence, style, and a vivid voice, that never talks d [...]

    This novella reads like an unforgettable Poe tale with a Noir feel. There are a number of ultra-creepy moments in The Dark Room that I won't ever be able to shake. This is one of those books that you don't want to put down. Charlie Landers, the main character, is three-dimensional, likeable, and adds humor in all the right places. The tale builds and never makes a predictable turn. Chryse Wymer, an author on the rise, wields her pen with intelligence, style, and a vivid voice, that never talks d [...]

    I like an abstract story as much as the next person but I couldn't follow this one. I couldn't get a handle of why the events were happening and how one was related to the other. It felt like the story jumped around a lot.

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