The Gathering Darkness by Lisa Collicutt Review

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

The Gathering Darkness


They say “third time’s the charm”, and for sixteen-year-old Brooke Day, they had better be right. She’s been here before, twice in fact, and an evil demon-witch wants her dead a third time.

When Brooke is forced to leave Boston for the small town of Deadwich, she thinks her life is over. Before long, her new friends start acting strange—downright evil. But worse than that, nightmares she’s had her whole life become reality.

Enter Marcus Knight; popular, hot, and the only person Brooke can trust. Not to mention, they’ve shared the same nightmares.

With the discovery of an ancient Celtic amulet, Brooke and Marcus unravel the secrets of her past, which reveals the key to her future.

As the equinox approaches:

Darkness and light merge for the first time in a century.

Soul-mates reunite.

Magic awakens.

Another great book by Lisa. I couldn’t put it down. Brooke and Marcus are in the fight of their lives. Not only do they need to save themselves but others around them. They learn about their past lives along with learning about the past lives of others in the town and how everyone’s lives are interwoven. The end of the book was great. I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves paranormal books that are dark.  

Author Bio

Lisa Collicutt

Lisa likes to write dark and twisted tales of magic and romance. She has a passion for Young Adult and New Adult Paranormal.

When she’s not conjuring tales about witches, demons, and other magical beings, she can be found leathered, and bound to the back of her husband’s Harley, touring her homeland of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Enter Lisa’s imagination where light ends and fantasy begins. But heed these warnings . . . it’s dark, it’s magical, you may experience tingles.

Her site is located here.

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2 thoughts on “The Gathering Darkness by Lisa Collicutt Review

  1. It’s great to hear Lisa’s book is as fun and exciting inside as the cover is outside. Thanks for the review and wishing Lisa much success! 🙂

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