[PDF/EBOOK] The Book of Obeah author Sandra Carrington-Smith

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Upon the passing of her beloved grandmother Melody Bennet receives startling instructions. Hailing from suburban North Carolina Melody is thrown into what is for her the mysterious and exotic world of voodoo by her Grandmama a white practicing voodooist Melody encounters many well developed characters along her journey of finding the powerful Book of Obeah As a first novel for Sandra Carrington Smith The Book of Obeah is a shinning achievement Though not derivative Carrington Smith s work has some of the mysticism pace and suspense of DaVinci Code The Book of Obeah is actually filled with suspense and towards the end it works really well as a psychological thriller The Book of Obeah the novel is a complex book in much the same way as the famed real life Book of Obeah Carrington Smith s book is part novel part teaching text building a better understanding of the intricate complexities of voodoo and its multi hued practitioners

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P far outside her comfort zone in the suburbs of North Carolina to fulfill this dying wis. Ok of ObeahThe book was a good read but once again a white woman had to save black people from what has always been theirs Hi I g black people no credit for what they originated As always the ones who the culture originated from were the villains Typical stereotypes

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That she is to take the ashes of Grandmama Giselle to southern Louisiana Melody must ste. It is safe to say that my thoughts of voodoo were limited prior to last year When I thought of voodoo I thought of black people animal blood sacrifices dark spooky nights and death I mean who knew it is actually a religion and people use it s teachings for good and bad like any other religion Now thanks to Sandra Carrington Smith I now know that voodoo has diversity among its practitioners Oh the ignoranceGiselle said something that really got me to thinking about how important it is to not leave things unsettledIs there anyone in this world without regret when death is near GiselleOverall this is a great read Dave Fennoy was an amazing narrator He gave this book the spookiness it needed The characters were well developed and I didn t get them confused There are mysteries within mysteries and discoveries within discoveries I do recommend this read if you enjoy mysteries and thrillers Now I m off to read book two


10 thoughts on “The Book of Obeah

  1. says:

    The Book of Obeah is a novel of paranormal suspense It recently won the International Book Award for the multi cultural fiction cate

  2. says:

    This was an okay book The plot was interesting to a point but then all these crazy coincidences started happening But then I reminded myself that it's a paranormal book so crazy stuff does happen I felt there were too many characters some extraneous some just popping up at the last minute The heroine Melody said that she felt like she was in a movie with too many characters I felt exactly the same way Finally

  3. says:

    Hailing from suburban North Carolina Melody is thrown into what is for her the mysterious and exotic world of voodoo by her Grandmama a white practicing voodooist Melody encounters many well developed characters a

  4. says:

    Interesting glimpse into voo doo dispelling some preconceived notions I had I found both the plot and content interesting Felt like I was learning some things

  5. says:

    This book contains a lot of historical information about the Voodoo religion as well as some of its beliefs and practices It is also a

  6. says:

    It is safe to say that my thoughts of voodoo were limited prior to last year When I thought of voodoo I thought of black people animal blood sacrifices dark spooky nights and death I mean who knew it is actually a religion and people use it's teachings for good and bad like any other religion Now thanks to Sandra Carrington Smith I now know that voodoo has diversity among its practitioners Oh the ignoranceGiselle said s

  7. says:

    I really liked this story a lot The story hooks you from the beginning The narrators voice is spellbinding I thought the characters in this b

  8. says:

    Ok of ObeahThe book was a good read but once again a white woman had to save black people from what has always been theirs Hi I g black people no credit for what they originated As always the ones who the culture originated from were the villains Typical stereotypes

  9. says:

    When I first starting reading this book I was sure it would be 3 stars but as I got further into the book I enjoyed it One of the things I enjoyed was the information about voodoo as a religion instead of the Hollywood depiction of evil practices

  10. says:

    Meh it was well written enough to hold my attention There are some aspects of the story I’m unsatisfied with But for entertainment purposes Great But a legitimate discussion of Obeah nope

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