Epeolatry Book Review: Witch Wizard Warlock by Robert Allen Lupton, et al
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Title: Witch Wizard Warlock
Genre: Coming of Age Fantasy, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy
Publisher: Independently Published
Release Date: 22nd August, 2023
Synopsis: The massive volume contains thirty-four stories about witches, wizards, and warlocks from the brightest talents writing speculative fiction today, writers from seven countries around the world.
Horror stories, fantasy stories, adventure stories, some with a touch of humor, and some that shouldn’t be read after the lights go out. Young witches, old witches, pretty witches, and ugly witches, along with wizards, good and bad, share stories with warlocks. Are there good warlocks – who knows.
Readers can attend wizard school, fight monsters and of course, evil witches and warlocks. They can journey on magical quests, seek true love, and even take sides in the American Revolutionary War.
Contributors to the anthology include the following, some of whom may or may not be a witch, a wizard, or a warlock, but they all have a magical way with words. Many of them have books available. If you like their story, consider one of their other works. Three Cousins Publishing would like to thank Alyson Faye, E. V. Emmons, Campbell Blaine, S. E. Lindberg, Carol McConnell, David Morris, Shebat Legion, R. L. Meldrum, Rose Strickman, Lawrence Dagstine, Catherine Jordan, Tim Pulo, Judy Mowdy, Donna Garren, Shane Porteous, Ann Tjelmenland, Kay Hanifen, Ann Solinsky, Jason Battle, Dwain Campbell, C. J. Carter-Stephenson, AE Stueve, Ayman Kole, Josh Schlossberg, Rie Sheridan Rose, Chris Adams, George Jacobs, Darren Lipman, Bill Durfy, DW Milton, Yvonne Lang, Robin Allison Lupton.. and Elizabeth A. Allen
One has to be careful when dealing with witches and the like, because none of us is ever quite as smart as we think we are, but hopefully that rule applies to those who seek to master the dark arts.
So here’s the book, sit down and light a candle, and make sure to keep a bell within reach. You never know when you’ll need to break a spell. Enjoy.
This is my first review for The Horror Tree, and I’m honored with this opportunity! Previously, I reviewed books on my blog, where maybe five or six people read them, at best. Lol, so here goes: Witch Wizard Warlock was a fun romp to say the least. I’m very partial to witches because of my very own witch character, Jehenne de Brigue, who’s origin was my very first published short. Thank you Kandisha Press for that!
Anyone who enjoys a good magical story will love this anthology. It runs the gamut, from Game of Thrones style adventures to farms, spooky old mansions, schools for witches and wizards and “normal” schools where magical folk can be found. There are old witches, young witches, ugly witches, beautiful witches, vengeful witches, and witches who just want to help. That satisfied feeling from a good revenge story is found more than once as well. There are lessons too, like don’t break family traditions and of course, always keep your eye on an evil stepmother.
I also love the fact that physics and astronomy find a place in this magical anthology. After all, early on, those sciences were considered magic as well. I enjoyed the references to classic television shows like Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie. I just think it’s fun to reference pop culture. I often reference my all-time favorite television series, Supernatural, in my own stories.
I highly recommend this book! It is packed full of all diverse kinds of wizards, witches, and warlocks! Something for everyone!
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