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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

review: lost mojo by Kris Sedersten

“We're all of us haunted and haunting.” ― Chuck Palahniuk, Lullaby

Lost Mojo

six senior high school students team up for a Journalism project. with Halloween approaching, they decide on making a video documentary about urban legends in their hometown of Harvard, Nebraska. what they capture on film and audio was more than they bargained for. 
with her knowledge of paranormal investigation and a very vivid imagination, author Kris Sedersten has given us another hair-raising story of murder, possession, hauntings and ritual sacrifice.
from the first page to the last, she has created an atmosphere thick with mystery, suspense and horror. the pacing is fast and there is never a dull moment. every little detail is well thought of and promises to raise goosebumps now and then. 
however, this book is not just about things that go bump in the night. there is more to it than that. it is also about friendship, faith, love and redemption. 
this novel is also a prequel to Mojo which recounts further what happened to Scottie Brown, one of the teenagers who left for New Orleans after the harrowing events he and his five friends went through together. 
as sunlight fades and the shadows stealthily creep in, Lost Mojo is one of those books that you would want to cuddle up with if you want to treat yourself to a good fright. 

*Lost Mojo is available at Amazon. for more information about Kris Sedersten and her work, please visit http://www.krissedersten.com/

my personal rating is:
Lost Mojo contains material not suitable for younger readers 17 and under. 

check out my review of Mojo, the sequel to Lost Mojo HERE.


Disclosure of Material Connection: i received a copy from the author. i did not receive any payment in exchange for this review nor was i obligated to write a positive one. all opinions expressed here are entirely my own and may not necessarily agree with those of the author, the book's publisher and publicist or the readers of this review. this disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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