Let me tell you that my words can’t do this great work enough justice.
It truly is a masterpiece!
The story within its pages is nothing short of incredible and reading this book is an intense experience. It will overwhelm the reader with powerful emotions. In fact, I had to put the book down several times because of the intensity of the emotions it stirred up in my being. This excellent work is definitely a must-have for those who love the works of Warlock Asylum.
The story of Amaya Taoka is the tale of a real woman, a magnificent being of ancient lineage, and of a great, wise man, a remarkable individual, who are both bound by their ancient origins. It is a tale of love, passion, horror, joy and sadness. It reveals several important issues regarding the Family and the world in general. It contains several dire warnings and reveals various evils that are present in the world. It shows us how certain major occurences in the world are linked to each other in most unlikely ways.
To conclude this review let me share with you a personal experience.
This late afternoon I was finished with reading Brooklyn Geisha. I had promised Warlock that I would let him know how I felt about the work. Therefore I was about to send him an email when I discovered that I had received a private message. It was Warlock Asylum! He asked me if I felt like chatting on the new forum. I agreed as I always greatly enjoy our conversations. Having talked for a while and having shared insights with each other we ended our conversation as Warlock wen’t to have some lunch. Suddenly I seemed to remember… Tears welled up in my eyes and rolled down my cheeks. The wisdom contained in Warlock’s work combined with his shared insights had triggered something primal in me.
It made me realize I had found my Family….
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