Sunday, December 29, 2019

Review: MAGIC AND MONSTERS by John R. Python Jr.

In this collection of short fantasy fiction, a man is trapped in a closet, hiding from his wife, who’s supposed to be dead. Unfortunately, she was there to get revenge. Hell hath no fury…

A powerful witch uses her feminine wiles to seduce a soldier to override the prince’s ban of magic. After all, “women were agents of The Dark One.” (LOC 662) A debate of good magic vs. bad.

A box may hold the answer to a woman’s wish to punish her philandering husband. A good read with an irony twist!

Stories were pretty good.

My rating: 4 stars

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