So, for the first time ever, enjoy my first book review!
Photo credit: Rochelle Campbell
Title: Fury from Hell
Series: From Hell Series (Book 1)
Author: Rochelle Campbell
Release date: 9 September 2014
Publisher: Self Published release
Formats available: eBook
This is a story of pure good vs evil. Meet the good, detective Jennifer Holden. Haunted by a murder she committed in self defense at a very young age, and the hard realities of being handled by social agency after agency, detective Holden is a hardened atheist making her gun and bank account the only thing she believe in. We meet her just before her big solo case, the brutal rape and death of Kyrma Barnes.
At Prospect Park not far from the scene a coven of dark witches is calling up a demon, but the demon moves on after a woman’s desperate cry for help. The victim? Kyrma Barnes. Fury Abatu will avenge her death, but the price is the dying woman’s soul.
Detective Holden arrives on the scene and is possessed by Fury Abatu, but detective Holden is not aware she is possessed.
Detective Jennifer Holden is thrown into a turmoil of events questioning her own believe, fighting for her life and the protection of her friends around her. Will she be able to break free and stay out of harm’s way?
Reading this book I wanted to know what was going to happen next. My curiosity got the better of me. There were times that I had goosebumps (and I was actually a bit scared to keep reading) and the plots and twists were never expected. I liked that the main character, Jennifer Holden was a relatable character and not someone with no flaws and a “perfect” picture. This book is part of a series and the ending is a real cliffhanger with many more possibilities that leaves you wondering. What is going to happen next?
I have to be honest and say that the book is focused on a topic that is just a bit too intense for me and something I don’t really have an interest in. I would suggest this book to readers who are really interested in the paranormal and the spiritual realm combined with the suspense and even some horror. What I particularly liked is the descriptive talent of Rochelle to paint the picture for you and the fact that she had different events blending effortlessly into each other.
Where to find Rochelle
Speak to you soon...or sooner