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By J. D. Horn

An otherworldly power runs in the course of the urban of Savannah, betraying its sleepy, moss-cradled appeal. The previous, beguiling streets glance welcoming to most…but sure households recognize what lurks below their genteel surfaces. households like Mercy Taylor’s, which has the main strong lineage of witches within the South, recognize this all too well.

Mercy and her husband, Peter, are fortunately getting ready to welcome child Colin into their lives. yet their pleasure fast turns into overshadowed through a grotesque discovery: a person has scattered severed limbs through the urban. After a troubling stopover at from an outdated foe, Mercy learns darkish magic is at play, and someone—or something—wants her and her unborn baby out of the image. To discover the stunning the reason for this is that, the beginner witch needs to face a strength past her power…or hazard wasting everything.

The 3rd booklet in J.D. Horn’s Witching Savannah sequence, The Void is a gripping experience in regards to the enchantment—and evil—that can lie simply past sight.

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Howard’s our stepbrother,” Ginny said. ” She shrugged, letting Wen fill in what detail she wanted. “For a while, Howard took jobs as a driver or a farm worker, but he couldn’t keep them. The last few weeks we’ve mostly been on the road. ” “This is the worst,” the boy said. ” Wen drew a deep breath. “Yes. I suppose it is. ” Bryce looked up at her expectantly, his big eyes confident. Why is he so sure I’ll help them? Wen thought irritably. But Ginny’s face maintained its sober adult expression. “We can take care of ourselves,” she said.

Now the clien­ tele was purposeful and sober, and no one lingered long at a table. “That’s some powerful demon chasing at your heels,” Orson said at last. ” “I’d guess you knew a demon or two in your lifetime,” she replied. He nodded and forked up a bite of sausage. “I chased most of them back,” he said. “I’m working on it,” she said. He chewed and swallowed. “Well, if you change your mind, there’ll always be work at the freighting office for anyone as good as you. ” He gave her a keen look. ” “Not lately,” she replied.

Trouble was, she started to feel depressed and edgy if she stayed any one place too long—if she started to get comfortable, if she started to find comrades. You don’t de­ serve peace and security, some voice in her head would nag. You deserve hard work and a lonely path and constant penance. FORTUN E A ND FATE 31 So she would move on. She hadn’t spent more than a month in any one place since the war had ended. It was hard to imagine a time she would ever be able to come to rest. ORSON expected it to take them two days to travel to Forten City, and the trip started auspiciously enough.

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