Sand Witches In The Hamptons-Celia Jerome

Sand Witches In The Hamptons

Celia Jerome

Daw, Oct 2 2012, $7.99

ISBN: 9780756407674

 

Graphic novelist Willow Tate is a Visualizer, a person who can draw creatures from Otherworld, a realm in which earth mythological species live and magic is practiced.  Currently she is drawing dots while trying to hide a rash and stop a bloody nose. 

 

She also has a stalker who starts off befriending her before turning ugly.  Willow makes it clear she wants nothing to do with him so he escalates his activity.  She goes home to Paumonauk Harbor, Long Island surrounded by bodyguards sent by her doom-seer father.  Willow soon realizes everyone has that same rash and bloody nose and eventually figures out that sentient sand people are giving everyone rashes and are by removing the sand from the village and dumping it in the ocean.  This is dangerous as ultimately the village will sink under the sea.  Everyone expects Willow to find a way to appease the sentient sand beings while also dealing with her psychopath who rationalizes what he does because his beloved Willow loves him.

 

The latest Willow Tate Visualizer island fantasy (see Lifeguards in the Hamptons and Night Mares in the Hamptons) is a fabulous island fantasy starring a brave heroine surrounded by individuals who can do the impossible, her beloved Matt the vet, and a sick stalker.  Although over the top of Jayne’s Hill, series fans will enjoy this entry as the sand witch developers ignore the environmental impact on lesser species like humans.

 

Harriet Klausner

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