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The Book of the Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2)

The struggle for power continues in the sequel to The King of Bones and Ashes from Wall Street Journal bestselling author J.D. Horn.With their magic diminishing, warring factions of New Orleans witches desperately search for the Book of the Unwindinga legendary grimoire, hidden by spells, that holds the key to unimaginable powers. As a ruthless struggle erupts in a maelstrom of malevolent magic, psychic Nathalie Boudreau finds her destiny intertwined with that of an exiled witch.Her name is Alice Marin, a vulnerable young woman trapped in a realm of illusion. Only Nathalie can free her, but first she must come to understand and master her own extraordinary abilities.Now, in a world where betrayals have become the order of the day, it will fall to two women to restore rightful balance amid terrifying chaos....

Title : The Book of the Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2)
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ISBN : 37772021
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 300 pages
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The Book of the Unwinding (Witches of New Orleans #2) Reviews

  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)

    I wasn't blown away by the first book in this series, but I was intrigued enough that I wanted to give this one a go. Alas, at 50% this one is just not holding my attention. I hate to be blunt, but watching paint dry might be more exciting. Even the fantastic setting of New Orleans couldn't save it. Oh well, you can't love them all...

  • Jessica fair

    I love this guy!

    I've read every book I can find on Amazon by this author, I LOVE HIM! The

    sing songy prose so smooth and laid back is captivating, never rushed or forced. I feel like I've been to new orleans or that island off the coast .I can't remember the terms from lit class anymore but I really wish I could so as to appropriately describe his works,,scary? Yes, and riveting,and enveloping, but it's the FEELING I get that keeps me looking for the next book.

  • Kathy

    J.D. continues the Witches of New Orleans with tantalizing twists of his characters and plot. With a mix of complex characters and beautiful descriptions of New Orleans the story moves along fairly quickly. I'm anxiously awaiting the "final" installment.

  • Marissa

    I received a copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley.

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second installment in the Witches of New Orleans series which can be described as a dark supernatural fantasy series that includes elements of witchcraft and voodoo. It takes place not long after the events that occurred at the end of the first book, so it's recommended that readers pick up the first one before delving into this one. The characters are rebuilding their lives and trying to deal wi

  • Leah Speller

    I love J.D. Horn!!!

    I had been waiting for this book and was NOT disappointed. Once I started It was difficult for me to put the book down. The twists and turns just kept coming, some revealed only to show more twist beneath.

    I knew this was going to be at least a trilogy and some you tend to expect the middle book to be more like a bridge. Usually one that tends to slow down the story that you have to get through so you can get to the end. I can honestly say that does not happen here. Hold on to

  • Riley

    The Book of the Unwinding is the second book in the series that began with the King of Bones and Ashes. You really need to have read book 1 to enjoy this latest book. Like book 1, the second book in the Witches of New Orleans series has a jammed-packed cast of characters. If you are like me, you will appreciate the character list strategically placed at the beginning of the book.

    While there a lot of characters, I found few to sympathize with. For the most part, this is a plotting, scheming group

  • Pamela Love


    Another good book from Mr. Horn. It seems to move slow and quick at the same time. I liked this, but still not as much as the Savannah witches series. Some how it seems a bit lacking in some way. Despite skill that the characters are well written even if the storyline feels rushed.

  • Joanne Buehrle

    Ok review.

    Not as complex as the first. Characters are not as likable or believable. Too much about their love lives and not enough about the basic story.