Paperback: 310 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 26, 2016)
Kindle: 790 KB
Publisher: Cornerstone Media (April 29, 2016)
Available on Amazon
Grad Student vs Cthulhu & SJWs
Our Goodreads group just picked this as our first book to discuss in 2017, and the author very kindly is doing a price break for us. For a limited time it is only $2.99! Hallow Mass is an urban fantasy which was favorably reviewed by Oregon Muse in the Sunday Morning Book Thread a little while ago, who said:
I liked this book very much. I loved the characters, the bad guys are suitably creepy, and as an added bonus, readers get to see the SJW crowd get punched in the face, figuratively speaking. So what's not to like?
I am quite eager to read it over the Christmas break.
Here's the blurb:
Party-loving grad student Mercy O'Connor must choose to set down the mimosas and pick up a spell book as powerful magic is the only weapon that can stop the diabolical warlocks of Dunwich, Massachusetts from summoning monstrous beings from another dimension to annihilate all earthly life.
Mercy must confront her own skepticism, as well as a college administration scornful of her efforts, along with indifferent family and friends who think the horrors of Dunwich are only a series of folktales. Aided by a country & western-loving Zulu security guard, Mercy must dig deep to discover the confidence, then the skill, and finally the courage to battle her terrifying foes and stop the earth from being dragged into another dimension.
And here is a short trailer they did for the book before it was released:
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Reviewed by VM on November 30, 2016