Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108

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Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Ô ❴Ebook❵ ➧ Crone Author Jeannie Wycherley – Citybells.co.uk A twisted tale of murder magic and salvationHeather Keynes teenage son died in a tragic car accident Or so she thinks However deep in the countryside an ancient evil has awoken intent on hunting local A tEbook Crone Author Jeannie Wycherley Citybells.co.uk A twisted tale of murder magic and salvationHeather Keynes teenage son died in a tragic car accident Or so she thinks However deep in the countryside an ancient evil has awoken intent on hunting local A twisted tale of murder magic and salvationHeather Keynes teenage son died in a tragic car accident Or so she thinks However deep in the countryside an ancient evil has awoken intent on hunting local residents No one.

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Is safe When Heather takes a closer look at a series of coincidental deaths she is drawn reluctantly into the company of an odd group of elderly Guardians Who are they and what is their connection to the Great Oak Why do they believe only Heather can put an end to centuries of horror Most important of all who is the mysterious old woman in the forest and what is it that feeds her anger When Heather determines the true cause of her sons death she is hell bent on vengeance Determined to halt the march o.

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Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlF the Crone once and for all hatred becomes Heathers ultimate weapon and furies collide to devastating effectGet Crone nowCrone winner of a Chill with a Book Readers' Award February and an Indie BRAG Medallion November Praise for CroneA real page turner hard to put downStunningly atmospheric Gothic reviewerAtmospheric enthralling story telling and engaging characters ReviewerFull of creepy witchy goodness The Grim ReaderWycherley has a talent for storytelling and a penchant for the macabre Jaci Miller..

13 Comments on "Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108"

  • Shannon M.

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlThis is a pretty good story about a woman who suspects that a certain Oak tree is a catalyst for a number of fatal accidents after her own son is killed by crashing into itA coven of witches a


  • Alyssa

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlI loved this bookMs Wycherley has crafted a tale of a mother’s loss allowance of love and return to acce


  • Kindle Customer

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlThis is one of those books that is very hard to put down When I had things to do other than read my mind kept coming back to it The pacing is excellent the story is gripping but for me the best part was the characters I agree with many of the other reviewers


  • Brenda4Lace

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlThe pacing was slow it was almost boring I got about 23 of the way through and wondered why I was still reading The story could have been told in half the time half of the page length and half of the time span in the story I finished it but I don't know if I'll look for this author again


  • Alathia Morgan

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlHeather is grieving the death of her son but begins to wonder when accidents continue to happen at the same tree Drawn into a world that is ancient Heather discovers that things are not as simple as she had thought The Crone had come back planning to destroy Heather's world but can she be stopped in time A story that will keep you wanting to know


  • Retired 2016

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlA group of good witches has guarded a very old oak tree through the ages that seems to be a portal to another realm The crone bad witch awakens periodically and feeds on the souls of people to gain her strength I enjoyed reading the book but confess I did not like the ending SPOILER not all books should have a happy ending; it seems to negate the importance of the characters' prior tragic events which were the catalysts for the story line


  • Kindle Customer JanR

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlAs I sit here still in the pages of the book I don't want to pull away and return here This story is so intense that it took my breath away I was trying to help Heather fight the old crone with every fiber of my being Such a stunning countryside glimpsed through her pages and I felt her years over her losses Thank you


  • Zac Martin

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlI read this in the few days leading up to the Autumnal Euinox and finished it the day of purely by coincidence How poetic for a story of witches Not scary but certainly creepy in parts A fun and uite interesting read that has a fantastic twist at the end th


  • Nicholas Rippington

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlJeannie Wycherley draws on all her experiences of living in the beautiful Devon countryside to conjure up a horror tour de force Her dark tale of Aefre an ancient evil spirit that exists by feeding off the souls of the living is the product of a vivid and slightly macabre imagination This book is certainly not for those who fear the monster under the bed or suspects a bogeyman lurks in the dark corners of their bedroom It is a tale that zips along at pace as Heather Keynes a mother grieving the loss of her son in a traffic accident on a winding country road begins to suspect there is t


  • S.J.Budd

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlWhat I really liked about this book is that it celebrates the strength that women possess that we're always stronger than what we think we are I guess most of us aren't as physically strong in the way men are but it doesn't matter as we're strong in other ways As illustrated in this book if we dig deep enough we have the power to heal ourselves and others even to protect our loved ones and even to forgive The main character Heather is a prime example of this She's a very u


  • twinkletoes

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlReally enjoyed this book Even though it's fantasy the characters are believable and you find yourself completely drawn in to the story I couldn't leave it alone and read it in a very short time as the story had me hooked right from the first page A monstrous baddy and a heroine who grows into her courage through the course of the tale Highly recommended


  • J McPhee

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlThis is a must read if you love unusual books and this is not your usual story I could not put it down every page had me frantic for the outcome of each character in turn It started off as a tragedy for Heather then uickly turned to race for time I've not read a book as good as this in a very long time Definitely my best New author You'll nit be disappointed


  • WonkyWitch53

    Crone AUTHOR Jeannie Wycherley Summary Ç 108 Crone AUTHOR Jeannie WycherlThis claws at you right from the get go and doesn't let go even when the words run out Fabulously atmospheric subtly yet dreamily romantic brings the beauty of Devon to life and brings to the fore all that is ancient and sacred in the lore of Nature and Wicca and of a time when people were in sync with with everything around us A bloody good story I just wish I could bake as well as Claire