Drusilla Blood

Drusilla Blood A gripping and epic occult and archaeology adventure thriller where the past and present weave together in a tale of passion intrigue murder and the supernatural God have pity Help us Edith screame

  • Title: Drusilla Blood
  • Author: MiriamCooke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A gripping and epic occult and archaeology adventure thriller where the past and present weave together in a tale of passion, intrigue, murder and the supernatural God, have pity Help us Edith screamed as her head was forced back by the maelstrom that roared around them She fought to close her eyes, to shut out the snarling face feasting upon Jago s swollen tongue TA gripping and epic occult and archaeology adventure thriller where the past and present weave together in a tale of passion, intrigue, murder and the supernatural God, have pity Help us Edith screamed as her head was forced back by the maelstrom that roared around them She fought to close her eyes, to shut out the snarling face feasting upon Jago s swollen tongue The ceremony was not going well 1911 Edith Sanguine holds a playful s ance that goes terribly wrong Present day Drusilla Blood, a disgraced archaeologist with a disastrous love life, plunges into a raging fire at a pagan festival and escapes the searing flames miraculously unharmed Two young women, separated by generations, share a sinister fate possession by an ancient being, a sadistic and powerful entity bent on destruction and revenge Can Drusilla Blood end the malignant legacy that Edith set in motion, hindered by those that wish to control its power for their own ends An epic action packed race against time that travels through the darkness of Pagan Iron Age sacrifice in the desolate moors of Northern England, the heat of the Great War Egyptian desert, back to the present day and a world oblivious of the horror that threatens to engulf it Praise for Drusilla Blood If Stephen King had a love child with Kate Mosse writer she would be called Drusilla Blood review Big dollops of humour, sex and horror, like an even darker, X rated, Wuthering Heights review Suspense galore and beautifully written, I highly recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of the supernatural review A terrific read, a fresh take on the paranormal genre Orion Loved the detail and energy of Drusilla Blood Sphere Loved the atmosphere and the way Miriam Cooke mixes the contemporary and the historical Macmillan

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    1. Drusilla Blood is not a book for the faint of heart, particularly if one is a practicing witch.We study the gods and goddesses in all their infinite forms. We know the maiden, the hunter, the crone, and the father god. And we know the vengeful. The wrathful. Those that would as soon smite you than look at you. But few people study those gods - few people will even speak those names without a shudder. I know I do. I've learned to tread with caution around those deities.Drusilla Blood reminds us t [...]

    2. A very powerful story that spans 3 generations where man sought to control beings of the underworld to have their power at any cost. Drusilla Blood, a child of her hippie mother who never knew the father steered her career toward archaeology instead of the family tradition of being a midwife. After the scandal involving her married lover's betrayal she took off and settled for working in an occult shop, but after three years a heavy book was sent to her that she couldn't translate, then people d [...]

    3. Great paranormal mystery! This book kept me turning pages to see if Drue and Edith would discover the secret to rid them of their evil possession. Miriam Cooke is a very knowledgeable writer. She did a great job taking the reader from past to present and back again. I recommend this book to any paranormal mystery fan.

    4. As an American I love reading a book with an English "voice". It's so quaint and quirky. That automatically made me enjoy Drusilla Blood. The other fantastic part was how well researched the story line was. A lot of the history appears to be very well researched by the author. A big positive in my book. And of course, there's the paranormal side! The book is the story of two primary characters, Drusilla or Drue as she's called, and Edith. The author is able to have two main characters, including [...]

    5. The story revolves around two women, Edith and Drusilla, Edith from the early 1900’s and Drusilla from the early 2000’s. Outwardly prim and proper we find that there is a hidden depth to Edith, a feisty individual with an independent mind. When four friends decide to have a séance they think that it’s just a harmless bit of fun, but they end up biting off more than they can chew when they unleash an entity that reverberates down through time. What has been unleashed has an impact that nob [...]

    6. What a terrific read.I really enjoyed reading this book. An interesting blending of different historical periods. A thrilling fast paced novel, had me wanting more. The characters, drama, humour and horror all mix so well together. When Miriam Cooke wrote this book she gave a us a little bit of everything. This is a wonderful first book and I really can't wait for the second book. A taste of the occult and a well researched story line, any fan of the occult and paranormal will love this book. I [...]

    7. This book begins in 1911 with a group of four people entering into a seance - without knowing knowing what they are undertaking they welcome in spirits which petrify them all.The story then goes on, easily switching back and forth between Edith and Helios, who are still suffering the effects of the seance, and present day London the reader is introduced to Drusilla Blood.Drue receives a mysterious book in the post, which seemingly connects her to the characters from the past, and opens her up to [...]

    8. I've received this book in exchange for an honest review.This was promising at first. Easy to understand but not so gripping. The first few chapters were alright but my expectations were not really met.

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