Read from May 29 to 30, 2013 — I own a copy
This is the journey of Mark and Amy, best friends and neighbors, who are suddenly separated by the murder of Mark's grandmother. They are reunited at college only to find that the darkness has followed and has plans for them both...
Hath No Fury is a very well written book. It is not your usual brand of paranormal, containing no vampires or shape shifters, instead it is a very well researched and well developed story about growing up in the Wiccan tradition. I was impressed with the respect the author showed to the belief system and the work that he obviously did in order to present it properly. It is not a magickal how-to book, but the information it contains is correct, which makes it very refreshing to someone who has become jaded by the somewhat lackadaisical research done by most paranormal authors. Because of this, and the entertaining story itself, I really wish that I could give Hath No Fury more than five stars. I will be looking for more of Hal Rappaport's work in the future.
I would just like to thank you for the wonderful job that you have done with portraying the Wiccan belief system and traditions. Most people take a day (or a few minutes), look it up online and then write whatever they would like. You obviously spent a lot of time in research or practice yourself... it shows and any practitioner that reads this will thank you for your accuracy and care.