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A New YA Fantasy Novel By Randy Gauthier

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  • ASIN: ‎ B08NW6BM6Z
  • Publisher: ‎ Austin Macauley Publishers LLC (30 Nov. 2020)
  • Language: ‎ English
  • Print length: ‎ 400 pages
  • Genre: YA Magical Fantasy

SUMMARY:

Jeremy and the Witches’ Medallion will take its readers back to the medieval England during one of the most well-known witch-hunts in history. While combining modern day narrative and medieval times, there is magic, witchcraft, talking animals and English history to take a reader on a thrilling adventure that they will never forget.

The BookViral Review:

Compelling reading, underpinned by a clever and exciting plot, Jeremy and the Witches’ Medallion – The Witch Hunt is the new release from Randy Gauthier that confidently blends the vital elements of fantasy with the hindsight of historical fact.

A highly original and absorbing read, Gauthier brings a refreshingly new literary voice to an ever-growing genre. His prose is sharp and he has an exacting eye for detail which adds a prevailing sense of authenticity to his historical settings whilst ably managing to sidestep simplistic tropes where black and white prevails.

There’s real momentum here that not only entertains but sees Gauthier’s characters imbued with a timely sense of presence and emotional gravitas, which adds significantly to the plausibility of his plot. Whilst the weaving of well-known historical literary figures into the fabric of his narrative adds a magical perspective that is wholly beguiling.

As with other releases in the genre you could point to a host of bestselling books and make justifiable comparisons, but Gauthier has a particular turn of phrase which is rather distinctive and it’s this combined with the character of Jeremy and Gauthier’s extensive knowledge of his chosen period setting which makes for such a good read.

A genuinely bewitching YA Fantasy novel, Jeremy and the Witches’ Medallion proves a fine release for Gauthier and is strongly recommended!

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