- Paperback: 440 pages
- Publisher: AuthorHouse (12 Nov. 2002)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1403384959
- ISBN-13: 978-1403384959
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.5 x 20.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,106,692 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Abia Book One: The Key to Black Obeah Voodoo: Bk. 1 Paperback – 12 Nov 2002
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About the Author
The author of this strange book is Paul W. Daniels. He writes in a variety of genres and has written seven books and numerous poems as of this date, all being a credit to the art of the novelist. Some of these books are filled with short stories and poetry; others are full-length novels that have been published and are still on the market at this writing. The only hope of the author is that the reader enjoys this book moment to moment as it unfolds. Paul is a world traveler. He uses his insight and experience to write for the pleasure of others. He would like to be portrayed, not for any physical differences, but for the obvious literary differences between him and other authors.Like any good product, Paul feels that the subject has to be original, and looks at writing as something to be molded, along with paying particular attention to the mold itself. He feels that when forming a story, everything surrounding it has to be considered and eventually converge into an ending with a surprising, unpredictable twist.
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As I said, I did actually quite enjoy this book despite the glaring grammatical and typographical errors. I guess that comes with self publishing!
The author's style is inviting and keeps you reading to the end to find out what happens to Tyrone. The needless and totally un-sexy sex scenes are the only drawback and really ought to have been either edited out or dramatically altered.
Other than the only problem I had was the lack of a solid ending - it leads directly into the next book.
Worth a read if you're into "trashy witch fiction" or want something a little bit different. But don't expect to learn anything real about Vodou, voodoo, obeah or any other related tradition.
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Besides the way how he explain some of the vodou basics, he do not duel to deep in it like to cause confusion to the reader, and as a woman is interesting to see the point of view of man on sensuality ;)
I'd like a copy of the next book.