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The Medusa Deception By: Linda Temple
Pages.295 Paranormal/Thriller
Reviewed By: tk
Copy Courtesy of: Librarything Member Giveaway

Mandy Burkhardt works at “The Occult Bookstore“. Unfortunately Mandy hasn’t been feeling very well. She has becomes nauseous and dizzy, then faints. She doesn’t have a clue why this is happening until a new friend, Ryan witnesses the event. According to Ryan, she disappears. Poof…then gone.
Mandy thinks she’s dreaming. A land of gorgons, Gods and Goddesses, and strange happenings…Where is she, and why is she here? Mandy soon discovers she has a huge part in these events taking past in the past. In present time, there are people trying to stop her from finding out who she really is. Seth is one of them.
Seth the owner of the bookstore has a secret office downstairs. He is acting very different than he was when Mandy first started working for him five years ago. A trip to Athens takes Seth away for a week, leaving Mandy in charge of the shop. While he is absent, Mandy and Ryan just have to know what’s downstairs that is so secretive.

A really great read. Just loved the characters, and the idea of being a child of the gods. The flow is excellent, and the use of myth and magic kept the pages turning. The story is very entertaining, and fast moving adventure. You wont be able to put it down.
4/5 ( )
  doseofbella | Aug 21, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0992115019, Paperback)

When Mandy Burkhardt, a clerk at the Occult Bookstore in Chicago, blacks out and lives chapters right out of an ancient Greek mythology book, she chalks it up to vivid dreams. But soon her denial is shattered, forcing her to face the reality of her strange and perilous journeys to a barbaric time of witches and gods, gorgons and oracles, where escalating violence threatens to crush her. As the episodes continue, Mandy pairs up with new friend and college student, Ryan Taylor, to find out what's happening to her and why. In the process, they become the object of a cult's attention, intrigued by her special gift. Caged, trussed, shackled, and hunted, Mandy must come to terms with her past and fight for her future in a bloody battle to the finish with even more at stake than she knows. Bringing legend back to life in this present-day fantasy thriller, the Medusa Deception gives readers a glimpse of ancient Greece and the gods -- their thirst for power and revenge -- their treachery and lies.

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