The Ravenmocker by Peter Lancett

A dark craving for youthfulness

Review by Charlotte Hains

We all look for the secrets of youthfulness, but would you go this far? Would you delve into the dark unknown to gain the perfect look? The ultimate sacrifice for the younger looking you? Doctor, or should I say “Doktor“ Brannan Isaac, is just about to turn your world upside down.

This book is full of detail to draw you into its story, a story that twists and turns, that would feed your imagination from start to finish, with darkness at every corner, so well written it could almost be true! or is it? Would you go this far to get the youthfulness you deserve?

This is my review of The Ravenmocker 5 stars all the way…

“”I love this! Great read!” Oscar Torre: director “Pretty Rosebud”

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

It’s been a long time since I’ve read such a gripping and intense novel like this. I ordered the book yesterday and from page one I was HOOKED! I read it in less than 24 hours!”

It’s kind of hard not become intrigued by Brannan Isaac. I found myself kind of enamored by him in a way, very similar to how one might feel about Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs – you know Hannibal is not “right” but you somehow like the guy. Great character development and the story has plenty of twists and turns, just what I was looking for. Lancett and Schaeffer did a fantastic job with this novel and I can’t wait to see what happens next!

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The Ravenmocker – because sometimes growing old is just the best option…

…DEATH IS BRANNAN ISSAC’S passion. That is why he’s a Medical Examiner. His eccentricities are chalked up to his line of work but even so, most of the tenants in the run-down building where he lives are wary of him. Secretly, he is obsessed by skin rejuvenation products. Secretly, he has even been known to take a trophy home following an autopsy.

But Isaac is beyond eccentricity, as Sophia – the sickly teenage girl from his building who has a crush on him – is about to discover. When young children are abducted and the finger is pointed in his direction, Isaac cannot contain his shocking secret any longer…

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The Ravenmocker – because sometimes growing old is just the best option…”

 

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Charlotte Hains
Charlotte Hains left the UK for France after deciding she needed a change, taking on the huge project of renovating a house. In the UK her life consisted of getting up, going to work, coming home, going to bed, and just surviving. She now enjoys French life within the community of the village in which she lives, and feels privileged to be part of it. She describes her French neighbours as fantastic, offering her help in every way they can, and says she might have given up long ago if they hadn’t been so understanding.
With her house nearly finished she found herself with long nights and lots of thumb twiddling, reading anything she could get on her iPad. In honesty, she admits it was here that Fifty Shades of Grey caught her eye. Unbeknownst to her, her sister was reading it as well. Her sister thought that, because Charlotte has such a creative side, maybe she’d be able to write a book too. As a joke, Charlotte emailed her sister her stories, also written on her iPad. She researched blogs and BDSM sites on the internet, and so Introducing Charlotte came alive. Before she knew it, Charlotte had over 150,000 words which she’d sent by email in instalments to her sister, and there was more than enough for a book...or maybe even two!

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