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Fiona Castello

Well researched, vibrant story-line, mixed with some outstanding writing - In a few words, Freaky Franky is different to what you have seen so far. Introducing to the reader the cult of saint death and it's dark history and it's effects on modern society. The interesting characters and the fine writing skills from Blackwell put this novel in my top ten list of best horror fiction novels I ever had my hands on. Freaky Franky will keep the reader tied in from the start until the very last page

William Blackwell

I went into this read with the attitude that it would be just another negative portrayal of Santa Muerte. I was very pleasantly surprised, and will say I was wrong. Blackwell does a masterful job at weaving an interesting story that shows both sides of The Death Saint. He did his research and showed respect. Reading this book will give you an entertaining story, and a good little intro to Santa Muerte. It will leave you thinking about the old adage, "Be careful what you ask for, you just might get it." -Orion

William Blackwell

WOW! Talk about a suspenseful thrilling horror! I was on edge from the beginning to the end as I never knew what was going to happen next. This book follows several different characters who all worship Santa Muerte and at first you won't understand what the purpose of three different stories are, but keep on reading as it will all come together in the last couple of chapters. Through these stories you will see the differences in what these characters are praying for and the cost of the prayers, whether it be good or bad. This book is full of graphic and gory violent details along with a lot of foul language so I would not recommend for younger readers. The book was really good and I enjoyed the read. -Jennifer S.

William Blackwell

The author spins an interesting tale that follows several characters who worship La Santa Muerte or Our Lady of Holy Death, a saint in Mexican folk religion thought to originate from the Aztec goddess of death. The suspense builds as we follow several characters as they worship Saint Death, receiving both miraculous cures and the curse that often befalls the Saint’s worshipers. Some violent scenes but an entertaining read. -Robert LaLonde

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Freaky Franky

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When an enigmatic town doctor saves the life of Anisa Worthington’s dying son, she abandons Christianity in favor of devotion to the cult of Santa Muerte or Saint Death. Some believe the mysterious skeleton saint will protect their loved ones, help in matters of the heart, and provide abundant happiness, health, wealth, and justice.

But others, including the Catholic Church, call the cult blasphemous, evil, and satanic.

Anisa introduces Saint Death to her friend Helen Randon, and soon one of Helen’s enemies is brutally murdered. Residents of Montague, a peaceful little town in Prince Edward Island, begin plotting to rid the Bible belt of apostates. Anisa suspects Helen is perverting the good tenets of Saint Death. Before she can act, a terrible nightmare propels her to the Dominican Republic in search of Franklin, her long-lost and unstable brother, who mysteriously disappeared without a trace twenty years ago.

To her horror, Anisa learns Freaky Franky is worshiping Saint Death with evil intentions. As a fanatical and hell-bent lynch mob tightens the noose, mysterious murders begin occurring all around Anisa. Unsure who’s an enemy and who’s an ally, she’s thrown into a violent battle to save her life, as well as the lives of her friends and brother.

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