Review Opportunity: Dark Eye by Steven R. Cowan

Title: Dark Eye
Steven R. Cowan
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Genre: Supernatural Horror
Netherworld Books
Release Date: November 4th, 2013
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On a moon bright night in the pine flatwoods of South Georgia, a faction of the Klan prowls. Hattie Hodge, a freed African slave, is pulled from her cabin. She is brutally raped and her husband hanged. Hattie is bound, then dumped into the black water of the Okefenokee Swamp along with her husband's body.

An aged Seminole medicine woman, Chechoter, witnesses the atrocity and rescues Hattie moments before the dark-skinned woman sinks into the abyss. Over the coming months, Chechoter nurtures Hattie back to health, teaching her not only the ways of the Seminole, but also the ways of black magic. Through her new-found powers, Hattie the sorceress sets out on a course of revenge and retribution that is deployed over the course of two centuries encompassing all those who betrayed her.

Dark Eye is a graphic novel with violence and language common to that era and culture. It is not for the faint of heart or for the easily offended.


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