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With The Profound Sense Of Southern Spirituality He Is Known For Publishers Weekly , Billy Coffey Draws Us Into A Town Where Good And Evil And Myth And Reality Intertwine In Unexpected Ways.Everyone In Crow Hollow Knows Of Alvaretta Graves, The Old Widow Who Lives In The Mountain Many Call Her A Witch Others Whisper She S Insane Everyone Agrees The Vengeance Alvaretta Swore At Her Husband S Death Hovers Over Them All That Vengeance Awakens When Teenagers Stumble Upon Alvaretta S Cabin, Incurring Her Curse Now A Sickness Moves Through The Hollow Rumors Swirl That Stu Graves Has Risen For Revenge And The People Of Crow Hollow Are Left To Confront Not Only The Darkness That Lives On The Mountain, But The Darkness That Lives Within Themselves Coffey Spins A Wicked Tale The Curse Of Crow Hollow Blends Folklore, Superstition, And Subconscious Dread In The Vein Of Shirley Jackson S The Lottery Kirkus Reviews The Curse of Crow Hollow

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10 thoughts on “The Curse of Crow Hollow

  1. says:

    I love to be told a story and that s exactly how this book feels Told by a narrator that speaks in an old southern voice, I had thought when starting the book that I would get irritated by it It ended up being oddly addictive and it fit this book perfectly The voice used is telling the

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    The reason why I always try to finish a book in one day is because the moment that it stays unfinished forthan 2 days, I become uninterested.The Curse of Crow Hollow is one of a kind I m actually very interested in the plot A witch s curse, a town of bible thumping people and a secret tha

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    Review THE CURSE OF CROW HOLLOW by Billy CoffeyAuthor Billy Coffey possesses a multidimensional talent for eliciting a variety of genres faith, mystery, horror, history, marital, literary, familial, occult, and so muchHe also continuously demonstrates an in depth comprehension of Appalachian

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    Review to follow.

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    Read my full review here This is a combined review of The Night Sister and The Curse of Crow Hollow I loved both of these novels They were each so creepy and put me in the mood for the upcoming fall season I was surprised that they weren t releasing in October because they seem like they would be

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    3.5 rounded down A great witch story especially if you read in during October and like your spooky tales with a lot of blood and human angst Writing style Great, old folksy, sit down stranger, take a load off narrative Scene Small town with not much going for it Characters Ah Way too manyas in the En

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    Couldn t get passed the heavy dialect Too much attention to trying to determine what s being said to be able to enjoy what it means.

  8. says:

    Personally, I ve always loved a story with witches, paranormal activities and magic going on I ve been a huge fan of anything related to that because I think it s fun to read about it and to let go of our imagination This book delivers exactly what I love about those themes witchcraft, curse, cults, dark m

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    Oh my, the trouble teenagers get themselves into most though are wise enough not to cross a witch Or is it the devil What is the evil that curses these folks I love the southern tongue, it lends the story charm mixed in the eerie happenings It is a spritual novel and normally not my cup of tea but I enjoyed i

  10. says:

    If you want to read stories with a safe plot of good people vs bad things just happen, then this isn t the book for you There are good people in this novel, and there are certainly bad things, but they don t just happen The Curse of Crow Hollow has you questioning Is it fear Is it illness Is it a witch Is it the

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