Native Vengeance: A Novella

Native Vengeance A Novella Meg is a lonely woman who makes a new friend on the internet named Claire Claire invites her to come for a weekend visit to her small town But when she goes to see Claire things begin to get stranger

  • Title: Native Vengeance: A Novella
  • Author: Julie Achterhoff
  • ISBN: 9781456317119
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meg is a lonely woman who makes a new friend on the internet named Claire Claire invites her to come for a weekend visit to her small town But when she goes to see Claire things begin to get stranger and stranger She realizes that there is something very wrong going on there Then she meets another visitor to the town named Josh Together they begin to piece together thMeg is a lonely woman who makes a new friend on the internet named Claire Claire invites her to come for a weekend visit to her small town But when she goes to see Claire things begin to get stranger and stranger She realizes that there is something very wrong going on there Then she meets another visitor to the town named Josh Together they begin to piece together the truth Over a hundred years ago something terrible happened and the town is now cursed Things become a matter of life and death for Meg and Josh as they try to escape before it s too late and they are cursed along with the rest of the people of the town.

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    • Kurt Springs says:

      Native justice is a tale of horror and justice through the centuries. Meg has come to a small town to visit a friend she has met online, named Claire. Right from the start, things don't seem right. She is invited to a party at the town hall that celebrated a storm that is unusual for New Mexico. Yet the reenactment is more than that and the people are not what they seem. Long ago they committed murder and are trying to escape their punishment.Julie Achterhoff has written an interesting story. It [...]

    • Kamas Kirian says:

      I found the premise to be very pedestrian (Native American spirits called forth to punish the white man) and the execution lacking. There were some plot holes (how do spirits communicate with the living, even via email; or why do they drive, and where did they get the vehicles?) and the timeline of some of the back story was confusing (went to stay with her mother after breaking up with her boyfriend, but then later we find out the mother has been dead for quite a few years) as well. It's more o [...]

    • Kelvin Reed says:

      Native Vengeance by Julie Achterhoff is a short but impressive novella about a lonely woman named Meg who drives to a small town in New Mexico to meet a new female internet friend. Meg soon discovers she and another male have been summoned under false pretenses. A fine supernatural thriller, Native Vengeance intrigued me from beginning to end. One more examination for editing purposes would bring the story from four to five stars.

    • Fiona says:

      Thoroughly enjoyed it. You could get a feel pretty quickly for how Meg and Josh would react to the circumstances they find themselves in when meeting their internet "friends" in Ocho Rios. Very quick read, only eighty pages, but the story held my attention from beginning to end. Will keep my eyes open for more e-books by Julie Achterhoff in the future.

    • Dee says:

      You really have to know or understand a little of Native American history fully appreciate this story. Having been raised with the a tribe gave me a better insight. Yes this was a good book but there was so much more that could have happpen. So Julie you did not go there but I really enjoyed what you did. I am looking forward to more of your books.4/16/12

    • Catherine Gordon says:

      Weak short story basically a town is cursed and go to unusual lengths to try and break it. Not worth your time.

    • Tracey Farley says:

      Not very developed, but it seems to be a short story. It has a lot of potential to be so much more.

    • Jessica says:

      This was a great book! I really enjoyed this.

    • Sarah says:

      Concept seemed interesting. Terrible writing. Words misspelled.

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