Much of Madness by S.E. Summa
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
***** 5 Cranky Stars *****
S.E. Summa’s “Much of Madness” is a book that crawls under your skin and haunts, even when you’ve turned the last page.
The author’s descriptions and world building really brings the story alive.
“Much of Madness” is familiar because it features archetypes we know: witches, sin eaters, and the undead. The characters in Summa’s stories are representatives of these roles: Seraphina, Marceau, Katereh, Finn, Lynette and Babette. All have their own troubles and torments to endure, roles to play in lives where they didn’t ask for their fates.
Then there is Maximilian, who has his own role to play.
This is a gripping and wonderful tale of a supernatural quest. Twists and turns abound and the ending leaves you reeling.
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