Crone

Crone I stood in front of the tree once the bark rough beneath my fingertips This time I knew the truth I swore on my son s life that somehow someway I would have my revenge Heather Keynes teenage son d

  • Title: Crone
  • Author: Jeannie Wycherley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I stood in front of the tree once , the bark rough beneath my fingertips This time I knew the truth I swore on my son s life that somehow, someway, I would have my revenge Heather Keynes teenage son died in a tragic car accident Or so she thinks However, deep in the wilds of the Devon countryside, an ancient evil has awoken and is intent on hunting the reside I stood in front of the tree once , the bark rough beneath my fingertips This time I knew the truth I swore on my son s life that somehow, someway, I would have my revenge Heather Keynes teenage son died in a tragic car accident Or so she thinks However, deep in the wilds of the Devon countryside, an ancient evil has awoken and is intent on hunting the residents of Abbotts Cromleigh No one is safe Heather is drawn reluctantly into the company of an odd group of elderly Guardians when she delves into a series of coincidental deaths Who are these Guardians, and what is their connection to the Great Oak Why do they believe only Heather can put an end to centuries of horror 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 son s death, she is hell bent on vengeance Determined to halt the march of the Crone once and for all, hatred becomes Heather s ultimate weapon Furies collide in this twisted tale of murder, magic and salvation.

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    1. Ooooh, witches!!Jeannie Wycherley’s debut novel is one packed full of creepy, witchy goodness. A great oak tree houses an even greater darkness and it is up to Heather Keynes to put an end to the evil Aefre!Tormented soul, Heather Keynes, befriends a small group of “guardians”. The guardians are watchers and protectors against evil and have lived for many a year. Aefre is the crone, a dark witch growing ever stronger in power. She seeks to free herself and her sisters so that they can wrea [...]

    2. Sometimes you just come across a book that fits your mood perfectly at the time; this was certainly one of those.Absolutely loved this story and the found the MC, Heather, incredibly relatable. Having tragically lost her son in a car accident, Heather is lost in a fog of grief but does come to notice some other strange deaths in the village, eventually coming to meet the 'Guardians', a coterie of mostly older folk who keep watch over the village. It soon becomes clear the locals are being fed up [...]

    3. Crone is a dark occult fantasy, a story about an evil, ancient, dark witch that terrorizes a small town. Rising from her slumber over and over through decades and generations to hunt and feed off the breath and souls of humans.Little more than a mummified corpse, she unfolded her outer layer in a shower of dust and dry mould. Her skin, what remained of it, creaked like ancient leather and her flesh stretched taut over foul stringy innards. Wycherley creates a haunting and eerie atmosphere right [...]

    4. We are proud to announce that CRONE by Jeannie Wycherley is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!

    5. So in a nutshell this is a book about witches and a kick ass woman!Crone by Jeannie Wycherly came highly recommended through a book reviewer who has a great blog at The Grim Reader It's currently on sale for just 99p so I thought why not.To be honest it was the word witches in the description, that did it for me. I love great stories with witches in it and also just look at the author's surname, Wycherley! Could a name be anymore witchy!?What I really liked about this book is that it celebrates [...]

    6. I haven't enjoyed a book about witches as much as this one in a long time. Taking you to the past and back to the present, it will keep you intrigued. I hope there will be a part two.

    7. Heather is grieving the death of her son, but begins to wonder when more 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 more.

    8. Incredibly twisty and dark but also beautiful and lyrical, this book is one that you won't want to put down. I fell in love with the characters, but most of all the wicked crone. She is terrible in all her glory. Even though I should have hated her, I really felt for her. Everything was so real and dangerous that I kept jumping at noises while reading. Definitely an author to keep an eye out for.

    9. I loved this book. Ms. Wycherley has crafted a tale of a mother’s loss, allowance of love and return to acceptance that is impeccably written. The inclusion and description of the setting and the nature of the world is exceptional. Truly an Example of using setting as a character in the very best way. The mystery was binding and well-unraveled. The horror was frightful and foreboding as well as believable. The writer did a lovely job of bridging the gap between realism in the actual world an m [...]

    10. This 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 that this book is terrifying. It has a creepy vibe through it all the way through that often made my spine tingle.Jeannie Wycherley is an excellent writer. Her words seem as if they were effortless for her. I cannot express that enough. [...]

    11. Crone by Jeannie Wycherley has received a Chill with a Book Readers' Awardillwithabook"Crone was a fantastic strong story that kept you intrigued till the last page.""Strong characters and well written."Pauline BarclayFounder of Chill with a Book Awards

    12. I really wanted to like this one. I was looking for a horror book featuring this kind of witch. the world-building was good, but I struggle with first person naration.

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