Brandon Witt creates a world in his Men of Myth series that appeals to readers like me greatly. Like the Beings series by F. Cooper and the End Street Detective Agency books by Amber Kell and RJ Scott, Wittís world posits the unseen presence of paranormal beings, interacting with humans at varying degrees of awareness.
Witt promises that the Men of Myth series will continue; but the immediate saga of Brett Wright, mer-demon, and Finn de Morisco, warlock, wends its way through the second substantial volume of the trio. The third book is equally hefty. This is a series of epic scale.
I donít believe in ďthe oneĒ - as in your one and only true love and soulmate. Sure, Iíll buy the fated mates argument in a paranormal or science fiction story but in a contemporary novel I find it is often used to explain angst of the annoying variety. Most times the hero or heroine will pine for someone who treats them cruelly or with indifference while they steadfastly refuse to fall for the lovely, kind person who cares for them. That is what happened in this novel.more
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