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The Fury and the Power
by John Farris

Category: Fiction / Horror
0 pages; ISBN: 0312877285

Rating: 9/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Harriet Klausner

Review

She is not ordinary woman in any sense of the world. She is a powerful psychic who can call forth her doppelganger at any time she chooses, an entity equal in power to Eden Waring. She defused a bomb by using her powers but that doesn’t make her a safe or happy person. The Assassin of the Impact Sector of the FBI tried to kill her once but failed and he’s back for a second shot.

That is not the worst danger she faces because, after all, the Assassin is only a mundane psychopath. She has attracted the attention of Mordant, an evil being from another plane, who has lost part of his soul. He hopes to use Eden to find it so he can plunge the world into chaos. He also wants to mate with her so that the child they will produce will be quite the fury. Eden wants no part of the evil Mordant and will fight him with her last breath before she gives him any victory over her.

THE FURY AND THE POWER is a pulse pounding work of psychological suspense and chilling horror. Eden is a young woman who must cope with her own powers and otherworldly beings without succumbing to their dark side. There are many violent scenes in this book but they are appropriate in the context of the story line. The sequel promises to be even better but readers will have to wait something that will prove a very difficult task.

Harriet Klausner

 

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