How was it?
This book could almost be a mental health story within a family. There’re a lot of real down to earth elements that makes it grounded enough that the fantasy elements could be believed to be dreamt or imagined by the main character, Adam. In fact, removing all the paranormal elements of the story would have still make it an interesting one. The family history, the fraught relationships are just as interesting as the fantasy world that Adam can see.
But does the fantasy and the reality mix together well? Kind of, for a good chunk of the story I was ready for it to be the musings of a mentally ill patient. It attest to the how this world and its none believer characters feel like everyday people, like your average Joe would react to someone discussing magic and such. I liked it the book, it’s a good start to the Adam Binder Novels.
White Trash Warlock gets more intriguing the more you read it. Adam’s back story is tragic but captivating in its complexity.
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