Book Review: Dark Prayer by Natasha Mostert

Title: Dark Prayer

Author: Natasha Mostert
Publisher: Portable Magic, Ltd
Genre: Mystery/Thriller
Release Date: Oct. 16th, 2014
Rating: 3/5 Stars


Eloise Blake is on the run from a life she can no longer remember. And from a killer who will stop at nothing, to protect a secret as old as time. From the award-winning author of SEASON OF THE WITCH, comes a thriller about memory, identity and the murderous consequences of a quest gone wrong. – NetGalley

A Thriller that takes a little long to get to the meat of plot but the story thankfully begins to pick up on speed after the first few chapters. The characters are well-developed, actually too well-developed, which led to the slower beginning. I personally prefer novels that get to the point a lot faster, but after a rocky start, this book became a much more intense ride, that is worth the wait. With the main character in a fugue state, having lost all memory of her past life, and having created a  new identity for herself, the Author managed to make a believable, yet mesmerizing story, with plenty of action.
Dark Prayer is my introduction to  Natasha Mostert, and after this book, I am intrigued to find out more about her work.


You can find a list of her books available on Amazon here

(Disclaimer: I have received a free copy from the publisher, via NetGalley, in return for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links, see disclosure page for details)

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