Book Review: The Oracle by Michael Sedge

Book Review: The Oracle by Michael Sedge Review by Dawn Thomas Publisher: The Sedge Group Independent Book Publishers Association Members’ Titles 174 Pages Literature/Fiction (Adult), Mystery & Thrillers I was intrigued by the description of the book and setting. The story begins in Cumae, Ancient Greece. Apollo selected a young girl to become a sibyl to protect the tomb of Iosis, the mortal love of Apollo. Once the tomb was raided, her body would die but her soul would live forever. When the Etruscan looters enter the tomb the sibyl wakes up and destroys them. She laughs because she knows she can now die. David is a Navy officer and meets Jenny at a dinner party. They are young, fall in love and get married. Soon David begins to travel more and Jenny is left alone. She becomes lonely and looks for companionship. Years later David leaves the Navy and becomes a bestseller novelist. Jenny continues living her life without David. One night things go too far and tragedy finds David and his teenage daughter. David’s brother Jake and his family still live in the United States. He and his wife are struggling with their daughter. There was an incident…