The Sibyl, by Cynthia D. Witherspoon


“Eva McRayne wanted a steady paycheck, not a television show. But when Elliot Lancaster hands her the opportunity to discredit his paranormal findings on camera, she finds it impossible to turn him down. Her life changes in more ways than one after she goes to New York to learn more about the theories she will be shooting down on television. 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.”

This week, I had the pleasure of reading The Sibyl, by Cynthia D. Witherspoon.

With an odd combination of haunted houses, greek gods, and tall, dark strangers, The Sibyl weaves an extremely original tale. By combining this unique premise with a loveable cast of characters, Witherspoon has created a very engaging story, one that I thoroughly enjoyed reading.

My only complaint is with the pacing – I would have preferred more haunted houses earlier on, and a little less of the tall, dark stranger – but these decisions left The Sibyl open for a sequel, one that I’m certainly hoping to see!

Cynthia’s work is available in the Kindle store – get your copy of the Sibyl now!


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