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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Sekhet is a work of fiction in the horror, thriller, and suspense sub-genres, and was penned by author K. K. Weakley. The first book in the saga of the same name, the work is recommended for mature readers aged sixteen plus owing to dark supernatural themes, moderate horror, violence, and threat. The work centers around protagonist Molly, who discovers that she has unwittingly let loose her unknown powers to summon a terrible demon. Known as Sekhet, this dreadful demon presents Molly with an awful decision: she must find someone to take her place, or she herself will fall victim to the demon’s vicious wishes. So begins a suspenseful adventure filled with thrills.
Author K. K. Weakley has crafted an excellent work of horror fiction that spreads out beyond its initial genre to include magical fantasy concepts, romance, and interpersonal drama for a fully rounded reading experience. Molly is a protagonist who all readers can relate to, and we get to know her and her terrible predicament thanks to the close and attentive narration of the author. This allows us to also live the horrors of the plot with her, and some of the excellent descriptive work really puts a lump in your throat when Sekhet comes calling. The novel promises a thrilling start to what will be an adventurous, dark, and suspenseful saga to come, and overall I would highly recommend Sekhet to readers who enjoy accomplished atmospheric writing, memorable characters, and high-stakes horror fantasy thrills by the bucketful.