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Sister Witch: The Life of Moll Dyer (Legends of the Family Dyer) by David Thompson is a paranormal tale with a dark edge, a story that powerfully demonstrates the irresistible pull of evil and allows the reader to follow one woman’s journey as she struggles to find a suitable response to her family’s evil and mysterious legacy. Moll Dyer had thought that life would be different when she immigrated to the New World. Now in Maryland and far away from home, she is somewhat hoping that things could work out for her, but the call of the succubus continues to awaken the darkness in her. Can she resist the evil spirit? That is a question whose answer the reader has to find out.
David Thompson had me enthralled by his story and I couldn’t leave his protagonist for a moment. There is a darkness that whispers through the narrative, a sense of the tragic that is both unsettling and attractive. It isn’t easy to weave a story that makes the reader feel the supernatural, and to create characters that are as real as they are beguiling, but David Thompson has succeeded in doing both. His narrative voice is compelling and natural and readers will enjoy the way he unveils the inner workings of the minds of the characters and the language of their soul. I felt like this was legend, but the beauty of the narrative voice makes readers feel as if they are reading something very real. Sister Witch: The Life of Moll Dyer (Legends of the Family Dyer) is a gorgeous treat for fans of the paranormal. It is gripping and pulsating.