A Witch In Central Park

A Witch In Central Park When Kylli Fortress moves to Manhattan to study art she has no idea of the destiny awaiting her Central Park has stone gates but in the unseen landscape of the park are many others These are the

  • Title: A Witch In Central Park
  • Author: Elizabeth Zahzam
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Kylli Fortress moves to Manhattan to study art, she has no idea of the destiny awaiting her Central Park has 20 stone gates, but in the unseen landscape of the park are many others These are the gateways of the gods, and through them pass spirits of past generations Kylli is drawn to the park, and with her dog, Loki, she experiences the power and magic of the gatesWhen Kylli Fortress moves to Manhattan to study art, she has no idea of the destiny awaiting her Central Park has 20 stone gates, but in the unseen landscape of the park are many others These are the gateways of the gods, and through them pass spirits of past generations Kylli is drawn to the park, and with her dog, Loki, she experiences the power and magic of the gates Then, on a winter night, a strange but familiar girl changes everything, and Kylli is plunged into the greatest crisis Central Park has ever faced A spirit of revenge is unleashed on the park and blood spills over the sacred ground Kylli has 72 hours to uncover the secrets hidden in the park s painful history The key, however, lies in a dark corner of her own forgotten memories A Witch In Central Park is the tale of a family tragedy that breaks through the ages, the devotion of a young woman to make a difference, and ultimately, the magic of forgiveness.

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    • Kathy Bryson says:

      Lovely, spooky thriller about the origins of Central Park and the effect they're having on today's residents! This unexpected story about New York includes references and urban characteristics that are convincing New York from the people who live in the city to the dogs they walk in the park. But you'll never walk in the park again without looking over your shoulder after reading this!

    • Clarissa says:

      I enjoyed this story. It was a completely different view of the supernatural than what I've been reading as of late. The plot was well thought out. The use of Central Park was amazing, though I've never been, I felt as if I was there. Being from Wisconsin myself, it would have been nice to have a little more back story of Kylli and her father, but given the plot line, this small omission is understandable.There were a few word use issues. Example - at one point the book stated that Matthew, the [...]

    • Candy says:

      Worth the readWorth the readThis was a fascinating book, at first I was a little confused, but then it started to explain what was happening. I wanted more explanation at th end, but come se come sa. it was GOOD

    • Lynn says:

      quite enjoyed this,

    • Elizabeth Zahzam says:

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