Thursday, November 12, 2015

Rebecca Chastain's A Fistful of Evil ☛Review☚

Madison Fox just learned that her ability to see souls is more than a sight: It’s a weapon for fighting evil. The only problem is she doesn’t have a clue what she’s doing. 

On the positive side, her money problems are over, she’s possibly discovered her purpose in life, and her coworker is smoking hot. On the negative side, evil creatures now actively hunt her, and deadly experiences are becoming the norm. 

When she thinks it couldn’t get worse, a powerful evil sets up shop at a local hotel’s video game convention, and it’s got its eye on more than the gaming geeks: it is hungry for Madison’s soul. Madison needs to become an expert illuminant enforcer overnight to save her job, her region . . . and her life. 

If Stephanie Plum fought evil with magic, it’d look a lot like this. Grab your copy now! 

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Rebecca Chastain's A Fistful of Evil has incredible world building and a plot that sucks a reader in. The characters are unique and fresh. Madison is a lively character who can get herself into trouble without ever having to really look for it. Her sleuthing skills are spot on but her ability to find trouble is uncanny. This has been an amazing read and a clean one. This would be suitable for young adult readers. 

Madison knew she had an ability but she ignored it to be normal. Until one day desperate for a job she used it. She found an enforcer job. Not knowing what she was getting into she takes it. She is thrown in at the deep end and has to learn everything most like her would know when they are in their teens. 

This book was full of action, possible love interests, monsters and crazy sleuthing. I highly recommend it if you want a good laugh, a great read and enter a whole new world.
My rating system is different from Amazon where this is a 5☆. See my rating chart to the right.

Rebecca Chastain is an International Amazon Top 100 Fantasy Bestselling author of A FISTFUL OF EVIL and MAGIC OF THE GARGOYLES. She has found seven four-leaf clovers to date, won a purebred Arabian horse in a drawing, and once tamed a blackbird for a day. Dreaming up the absurd and writing stories designed to amuse and entertain has been her passion since she was eleven years old. She lives in northern California with her wonderful husband and two bossy cats.

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