Review: Hoodoopocalypse by Kim Wells
A new Apocalypse Weird book released today – Hoodoopocalypse by Kim Wells.
This book is an absolute blast. From the opening paragraph to the closing sentence I was completely hooked.
Kalfu has arrived, and he’s (literally) pulling things from his bag of tricks to make sure the people and places of New Orleans and the rest of Louisiana are under his dominion. A small band of do-gooders stand in his way, but the fire is getting hot and the evil Hoodoo Guédé, dressed in top hat and tails, are taking prisoners – but you don’t wanna be one.
Kim Wells does a wonderful job with pacing and bringing the vibrant city of N.O. life – even when the streets are plagued with death. He characters all have depth, making them familiar and compelling to the reader. I’ll definitely make it a point to read another of her books.
Hoodoopocalypse is a really fun, engaging addition to the Apocalypse Weird Universe. It sheds more light on the goings on in some of the previous books in the series and tantalizes with little hints at stories to come.[Disclosure: I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. No voodoo dolls were required to make me tell you how great this story is!]