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Under the Witches' Moon

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Under the Witches' Moon by Nathan Gallizier is a spellbinding tale of dark magic, forbidden love, and ancient curses. The story follows a young witch named Alanna who must navigate the treacherous world of witchcraft while trying to break a curse that threatens her family's legacy.

Gallizier's writing is rich and atmospheric, drawing readers into a world where magic and danger lurk around every corner. The characters are complex and well-developed, each with their own motivations and secrets that add layers to the plot.

The pacing of the story is perfect, with suspenseful twists and turns that keep readers on the edge of their seats. The romance between Alanna and the enigmatic stranger she meets in the woods is captivating, adding a layer of tension and intrigue to the overall plot.

Overall, Under the Witches' Moon is a captivating and enchanting read that will appeal to fans of dark fantasy and magical realism. Gallizier's storytelling is compelling, and his world-building is immersive, making this book a must-read for anyone looking for a thrilling and mystical adventure.

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The scene is Rome, 935 A.D. Thirty-year-old Tristan, dressed as a pilgrim, overhears a conversation between Basil, the Grand Chamberlain, and Il Gobbo, his assistant. After the two have left, Tristan continues to observe the revelry on the Eve of St. John. Suddenly a chariot containing a beautiful woman stops before him. They exchange words. He kisses her hand. Then she moves on, leaving him to ponder her beauty as he returns to the inn where he is staying. That night he has an enchanting and haunting dream of him together with another woman. Morning makes more sense of the dream. He was in love with Hellayne, who sent him away to Rome so that he could do penance for the sin of love. This explains why he is now in Rome. The next morning, as he walks into the heart of Rome, what he observes is a city torn between the debauchery of a fallen classical greatness and the promise of a new Christian awakening. This is the backdrop against which a city struggles to realize its greatness and a man struggles to realize his love for woman and for God. (Bill Boerst)

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