Book Review: Heist

Kezzy Sparks
Publication date: October 31st 2019
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Thriller

A thrilling introduction to the dark mystical world of Melanie ‘Breaker’ Perkiss, Buffalo NY’s most capable witch hunter and spell lifter.

In this debut instalment, a dark mage acting on behalf of a vengeful ex has magically removed the genitals of a man and vanished, leaving him wiped clean down there. And unfortunately for the victim, he is set to wed…now imagine saying ‘I do’ while in that deprived state.

No wonder when a shell-shocked and heartbroken Casey walks into Melanie’s office to report the incident, the witch hunter immediately goes on a chase, risking her own life as she encounters dark creatures and malevolent spirits in the city’s darkest corners.

The pressure is indeed on Mel: the wedding is fast approaching and leads remain few. Will she be able to corner the mage, recover the taken goods and save a doomed marriage, while bringing the conspirators to justice?

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Author Bio:

Kezzy Sparks is a Toronto based author and writer. HEIST is his debut fiction in the long form. He enjoys reading as well, and lists works by Jim Butcher, Stephen King, Benedict Jacka, Dan Brown and Kevin Hearne as some of his personal favorites.

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My Review

Ha, ha, ha! Really! This book has so much action and so many funny moments, situations that will leave you breathless and moments that will make you question the sanity of those characters (in a good way). “Heist” is the type of story that really manages to pull you out of your day-to-day life. So how can I dislike it?

Mel has a hard time finding a sorceress that is…creating major issues to a couple about to get married. She took the man’s most precious possession and I am not referring here to his future wife or wedding rings. Nope, think lower (physically lower). I gotta hand it to ya, I would have never thought about it! So our main character has to find the thief and make her return the items. Many complications, much pressure and little time to close the case – these are some of the ingredients that this case has.

I loved the main character, with her personality and her wits. The writing was great and very realistic, with some laugh out loud scenes. I had the feeling I was watching a TV show and I cannot wait for the next season. I have no idea when little over 360 pages went by, since I was so captivated.

All in all, I loved it! I felt great and I had fun! I do advise you take some time to check it out and share your thoughts 😊 Happy Reading!



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