The Unholy by Paul DeBlassie III – Review by Melissa Saxton

The UnholyThe Unholy by Paul DeBlassie III
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Claire witnessed her mother’s death at the age of 5. her mother was a medicine woman which Claire Inherits but rejected it and clings to being a natural healer. but increasing visions and obvious medicine woman supernatural happenings are increasing with her everyday including violent dreams and visions.

Claire finds herself back in the community where it all happened as the director of psychiatric care. however all is not what it seems

the clinic is funded by dirty money extorted from wealthy religious zealots who are run much like a cult by the evil arch bishop…. the arch bishop who does not like the power that Claire has simmering just under the surface.

Claire starts asking questions when tragedy strikes and you dive head long into good versus evil struggle veiled in religion.shes threatened, stalked and it gets worse but that would be a spoiler so I’ll let you find out!

this was a good book. I wished the ending had as much care as the character building did in the beginning it felt a little rushed but overall this book was a great look into Indian folklore and religious structure and is worth the read

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