Book Review: Dark Prayer by Natasha Mostert
Free Running , Memory , Mystery , Parkour , Thriller , Uncategorized / December 19, 2014

Book Review Dark Prayer by Natasha Mostert Review by Dawn Thomas Publisher: Portable Magic, Ltd. Mystery & Thrillers ISBN: 9781909965201 This is the second book that I have read by Natasha Mostert and I enjoy her writing style. From this story I learned about free running and parkour culture. This is also another story relating to memories. The story opens with a prologue of a little girl stumbling on the death of her mother. The story then shifts to Jack. He is an American the son of a rich English business man. His father is disgusted with Jack’s latest antics. He sends him to London to help out a friend, Daniel Barone, search for his missing ward, Jennilee. When they were young Daniel Barone, along with Jack’s father, were in a group that worked in honor of Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory. They each had their own way of addressing memories and how the brain accesses them. Daniel explains that Jennilee is in a fugue state had a break with reality and walked away from her live. It is different than amnesia and was caused by a traumatic experience. She became Eloise Blake who is the opposite of Jennilee. Jack…

Book Review: Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert
Fiction , Magic , Memory , Uncategorized / August 25, 2014

Book Review: Season of the Witch by Natasha MostertReview by Dawn ThomasPrint Length: 403 pagesPublisher: Portable Magic Ltd (December 16, 2013)Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc. All I can say is wow, wow, wow!!! This book blew me away. The story opens with a prologue of a man floating in a pool and paralyzed. We meet Gabriel Blackstone a thief and remote viewer. He is hired to find out what happened to the young man. Gabriel can use his remote viewing skills to see the last few minute of the man’s life. What he sees doesn’t make sense to him until he meets the sisters. The Monk sisters are distant relatives to John Dee, a renowned mathematician, astronomer, astrologer and occultist. Morrighan is daring and an activist while Minnaloushe is an expert in memory. Both sisters are beautiful and seductive and soon Gabriel falls under their spell.  The author spins a web that catches the readers and quickly draws them in. The story is full of alchemy and magic. We travel with Gabriel as he “slams a ride” a term the author created to describe the experience of remote viewing. When I started this book I did not know it would…