The Demon Plague

The Demon Plague The past the future and no place to hide When Crystal Donovan inherits a mysterious amulet dating back to the Salem witch trials her life becomes an exercise in terror A brutal murder and an encounter

  • Title: The Demon Plague
  • Author: J. McFate
  • ISBN: 9781554102235
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • The past the future and no place to hide When Crystal Donovan inherits a mysterious amulet dating back to the Salem witch trials her life becomes an exercise in terror A brutal murder and an encounter with an inhuman creature are catalysts for the journey of her life a roller coaster ride through time Crystal is thrust into a past ruled by superstition, then cThe past the future and no place to hide When Crystal Donovan inherits a mysterious amulet dating back to the Salem witch trials her life becomes an exercise in terror A brutal murder and an encounter with an inhuman creature are catalysts for the journey of her life a roller coaster ride through time Crystal is thrust into a past ruled by superstition, then catapulted into a future devastated by biological weapons and inhabited by demons Can she unravel the secret of the amulet Will she find a way back to her own time Or die trying

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    1. Demon Plague is the story of a special connection between two families. Though the bonding of these two families had been foretold many generations before, the action of this story begins in Salem during the witch trials of 1692. Patience Gladstone, an indentured servant to Reverend Parris, and Tituba, a slave to Reverend Parris, realize that they have a strange mystical connection. This connection between the two women and their respective families becomes solidified when Tituba gives Patience [...]

    2. I really didn't know what to expect when I started reading this book and I wanted to like it but it was just so all over the place. First you're in the 1600's then you're in 1990's then your in 2165's what? Then no matter the time you have a companion/helper from the Caribbean who is supposed to be a blood sister because you share a common ancestor and then there is a crystal that gets stolen. I so wanted to like this book I really did but it was just no cohesiveness throughout that never mind b [...]

    3. On many fronts, I found this book quite enjoyable. The characters are brought to live quite convincingly and the action is paced very well. The glimpse of the future which comes into play on the heroine's unexpected adventure is readily believable and frightening. A very good read.

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