Wicked Folk: An Urban Wizard's Tale : Witchy World

  • by Jamie McFarlane
  • Narrated by Lou Lambert
  • Series: Witchy World
  • 8 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Late one night, a teenaged witch witnesses her uncle perform a forbidden ritual to summon a demon. His carelessness results in the demon breaking free and being released into the world. Drawn to the young witch's powers like a shark, the demon is only temporarily thwarted when she manages to escape.
Felix Slade is a wizard living far from the family he grew up with. Recently he's been unable to sleep as night after night a beautiful young witch is stalked by a demon in his dreams. Each night, new details are exposed and Felix is soon convinced that it's up to him to prevent the woman's demise. The dreams reach a critical point when Felix's own family is threatened by the violence he's sure is yet to come.
With his sister and the woman he loves by his side, Felix rushes to face the greatest challenge he's encountered yet. There is great darkness inside him and he must choose to embrace or reject it in order to face the demon's evil.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Fun story. Poor narration editing.

I enjoyed the story and narration overall. There were points though where the volume was very uneven as well as points where the narrator clearly spoke the wrong word. Also, he did not seem familiar with the story he was reading based on the fact that he paused in odd places, such as in the middle of a sentence.
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- Richard S. Flickstein

Great book, but the audio stability not so much

The is a great continuation of the first book. I enjoyed that we get to know more about the main character and his relationship with Gabby. The complaint I Have is that the audio and quality of the sound goes up and down. This breaks my enjoyment when the voice pitches weirdly. otherwise this is a great audible.
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- Zero

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-02-2017
  • Publisher: Fickle Dragon Publishing