By Sarah Kernochan
Publisher: Page of Wands Press, Inc.
Format: Review Copy
“The night is pale, humid, with a few begrimed clouds.”
I was instantly intrigued by the premise of Jane Was Here but when I started reading it I almost decided not to finish it. I wasn’t sure what direction the book was heading. I was glad that I continued reading it and ignore the things that annoyed me. That being said you do get wrapped up in Jane’s mystery. You want to know where she came from and what she wants. Has she brought on all the strange occurrences to Graynier or is it just a coincidence.
Brett Sampson has come to town with his son, Collin, also and taken up residence in a rental house. Jane’s first visit is to him. She tells him for some reason she is pretty sure she lived here. Brett knows for a fact that she couldn’t be old enough to have lived here because Father Petrelli has owned the place for 30 years. Feeling instantly captivated and sudden need to help this woman named Jane, he allows her to stay so that she can discover who she is. The mystery deepens when Collin’s friend Gita believes that Jane is actually Shaarinen, the personal enemy of her woman god, Gana. Now she enlists Collin in her endeavor to take down the demon.
Definitely a page turner and gets a little crazy at the end. There are some spooky elements that are reminiscent of a Stephen King tale.
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