As January comes to an end, I have to let you guys know how excited I am for February! We have some massively exciting things coming on All Things Gee. With that being said todays post is another Blog Tour. Today is my spot on the White Trash Warlock tour! As always I would like to thank both Dave from The Write Reads and David R. Slayton for having as part of the tour! As always it has been an absolute pleasure.
The Banner once again is the amazing work of Noly who I feel I just rant and rave about a lot but she is amazing so I am not sorry.
Book: White Trash Warlock
Author: David R. Slayton
Published: October 13, 2020
Adam Binder hasn’t spoken to his brother in years, not since Bobby had him committed to a psych ward for hearing voices. When a murderous spirit possesses Bobby’s wife and disrupts the perfect life he’s built away from Oklahoma, he’s forced to ask for his little brother’s help. Adam is happy to escape the trailer park and get the chance to say I told you so, but he arrives in Denver to find the local magicians dead.
It isn’t long before Adam is the spirit’s next target. To survive the confrontation, he’ll have to risk bargaining with powers he’d rather avoid, including his first love, the elf who broke his heart.
The Binder brothers don’t realise that they’re unwitting pawns in a game played by immortals. Death herself wants the spirit’s head, and she’s willing to destroy their family to reap it.
So we are almost at the end of January and we are ending January with a blog tour and a review of possibly one of the most enjoyable reads of the year so far.
Let’s start with the main reason I loved White Trash Warlock it is a fantasy novel which we all know I love, the story addressed so many different aspects of all the things I love about fantasy novels. There was magic, spirits and everything you could need to transport you into a fantasy world.
Now I love a lot about the characters within this book but one of my favourite things is how much that my favourite characters Adam shows how powerful it can be to make sure that you are being yourself at all times.
I think this book has a lot of opportunity to spark motivation and inspiration within its readers as the series go on. Being true to yourself is such an important lesson to teach and I think Adam is a brilliant example of this.
I love how Adam’s sexual orientation is discussed within this novel, it shows how challenging it can be to live somewhere which is against and not the most supportive of who you are but he still carries himself in such a manor where it is hard for him not to be your favourite character.
Overall this novel surprised me and makes me remember why I love being a part of these blog tours because I always find something new and to read things I may not have picked up before.
If you love a book that has a little something for everyone but still keeping a story running this is the one for you.
What are your thoughts on White Trash Warlock? Is it something you would enjoy?