The Thirteen Hallows by Michael Scott & Colette Freedman

The best thing about this book is the cover.  The plot is ridiculous, the characters are stock, and I didn’t really know what to make of Jesus, who appears as a kind of Viking-dude of thousands of years ago.  I’m surprised that Tor/Tom Doherty Associates even put this book on the market, but maybe other people will buy it for the cover art.

Reviewed by Charleynne

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One Response to The Thirteen Hallows by Michael Scott & Colette Freedman

  1. jeannine says:

    One of my favorite books ever. Surprised at every turn. Horror and fantasy mixed into one. I was completely drawn in by the fast moving story.

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