The Witchfinder by J. Todd Kingrea (Book Review #1186)


The witchfinder is a sci-fi fantasy story set in a post-apocalyptic world where the Church of the Deiparous rules and Witchfinder imperator, Malachi Thorne, has to deal with a convicted heretic and traitor, Barnabas Kordell has escaped. Thorn sets out to recapture Kordell and has the help of his associates, Dario Darien, a clerk; Thurl Cabbott, a constable; Tycho Hawkes and Solomon Warner, deputies.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

There is a lot of drama, thrill, and exciting scenes where you really get to understand Thorne’s decisions. World-building is what stands out in this book. It is well developed and explained. If you aren’t a fan of fantasy and want to ease yourself into the genre, you will enjoy this one.

As an avid reader, I always look for a sense of surprise, and I certainly was amazed. This is a well-written story, and it is apparent the author has a certain skill in writing science fiction.

I recommend this book to those who are into stories that embody politics, romance, war scenes and post-apocalyptic storylines.

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