By Stephen Shypitka
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Published: Aug. 01, 2011
Words: 31,465 (approximate)
Deep in the black forest among the tall looming pines lies the lair of the oldest, blackest, meanest living witch and two teenage buddies are lunch!
In this slice of horror, author Stephen Shypitka makes us feel like every night is a mare and every day Halloween for two teenage Hansel's in this classic reboot of the Grimm fairy tale. Trapped in a forest where all your primordial fears come true, the guys are relentlessly pursued by a shape shifting femme fatale desperate to part them from their pants and devour their souls and that's only if she really, really likes you. Piss her off, which of course they do, and this witch can cast some pretty wicked spells.
You may know the vampire and werewolf legends, but how did you stop a hell bent witch? Perfect horror, thrill ride with just the right amount of humor, magic and mayhem. Sure to please fans of this genre and the Harry Potter generation.
, hansel and gretel
, black magic
, book of spells
, grimm fairytale
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