The Sibyl

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Some tragedies are best left forgotten...

Eva McRayne was sure that Greek mythology was just that: a myth. Fairy tales told to children who loved a good adventure story.Yet, when she encounters a Sibyl desperate to free herself from the chains binding her to Apollo, Eva realizes that the fairy tales are more than fantasy.

They are her new reality.
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About Cynthia D. Witherspoon

Cynthia D. Witherspoon is an award winning writer of Southern Gothic, Paranormal Romance, and Urban Fantasy. She has been published in numerous anthologies since 2009. Her work has appeared in several award winning collections including Dark Tales of Ancient Civilizations (2012) and Pellucid Lunacy (2010).

About the Series: The Oracle Series
Eva McRayne encounters a Sibyl desperate to be free of the shackles which bind her to Apollo.

Shackles she binds onto Eva - a disbeliever who learns the hard way just how real the paranormal can be.

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Review by: Autumn Williamson on Jan. 11, 2015 :
Paranormal story with a skeptical Sybil

*Spoilers*

This book was pretty good. Eva and Eli are great friends, they actually remind me of some of my friends. Eli is open to paranormal possibilities and Eva is a typical skeptic. Eli comes to Eva with a chance at taping a paranormal show (a la Ghost Hunters), and Eva begrudgingly agrees. Contracts are signed and deals are made.
Eva and Eli decide to attend a paranormal conference so that "they will sound like they know what they're talking about it", and Eva unwittingly becomes a "volunteer" at the scryer's seminar. Eva ends up taking the place of the scryer/Sybil, and with that comes the protection of a dark and mysterious stranger, Cyrus.
Cyrus is bound to Eva, and he helps protect her from spirits.
Eva ultimately decides that this new power can help further their show, so she stays on for the first taping, which is very entertaining, and great for ratings.

The characters are relatable, and there's a lot of great one-liners. This book should be devoured by anyone who has a slight interest in the paranormal.

(Disclosure: I am reviewing for Kylie's Fiction Addiction)
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Review by: Dona Lam on Dec. 25, 2014 :
I love it!!!! Love the characters and the story. I couldn't lay the book down. I can't wait to read the next book. Keep the stories coming. :)
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Review by: L A Wild on Dec. 11, 2014 :
Must read! I love it! This is a beautiful story. Well written with believable characters who I enjoyed getting to know. I love the subtle chemistry between Eva and Elliot, their relationship left me wanting more. I can’t wait to get my hands on book two.
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