Book Review: Street Magic by William Hammett
Looking for a good read for the weekend/upcoming week?
Check out my new review of:
Street Magic by William Hammett.
An original story that I enjoyed from start to finish!
Happy Reading and Weekend. 🙂
Street Magic by William Hammett
From the Amazon product page:
The people of Pace, Indiana, are jolted from their routine small-town lives when a street magician, Lark the Magnificent, begins staging one incredible show after another. There is seemingly nothing this man in an electric-blue suit can’t do, from levitating above the sidewalk to making it snow on a sunny day.
But Joe Bailey, meek bachelor and town archivist, notices that things in Pace aren’t quite right. People are going missing, stores are closing, and someone—or some thing—is living in a row of abandoned homes on River Road.
In this homage to Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes, William Hammett has written a chilling novel in lyrical prose about the evil locked behind the doors of small-town America, an evil that Joe Bailey will have to combat with his own brand of street magic.
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