Review: Obsidian by Joshua Dagon


Obsidian

3 stars

Read from December 26 to 27, 2015 — I own a copy

Blurb: Aden has been living the Las Vegas high life with his friends Bliss and Nash. When an alluring stranger disrupts their charmed lives, Aden finds that he must use his own talents to confront a very powerful and deadly threat.

Bookish Things: 45 pages. The cover is plain, but it ties in with the rest of the series. This is the first book of five in the Glamour Stone Series.

Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $2.83

My Review: 

Well, this 45 page book certainly got my attention.

Psychics, clairvoyants, demons, witches and call girls all writhe about in the sinful city of Las Vegas around our protagonist Aden. Aden sees patterns and had an uncanny ability to sense things about people, like when they’re lying or about to die.

Aden and his two best friends end up getting involved with the alluring stranger and things start to get dicey.

A nice mix of paranormal and mystery, this is a short opening to the Glamour Stone Series.

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