Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Is there redemption after mass murder? Is there redemption after genocide? Is there redemption when one isn’t even seeking it?
Brianna’Tal had been running for years, running from her past, from her sister She found peace and Isolation She was content and happy, or so she thought Until a freak accident brought a mysterious woman into her life Love was not part of the plan, nor was it something she understood, And certainly not something she deserved But it is what she got
You may remember Brianna from M.R. Gross' first novel The Malevolent Witch. The Unfolding takes place some 5 years after The Malevolent Witch. We hear Brianna's story, her side of events, does her reasoning justify her actions? This is a stand alone novel, it can be completely enjoyed without reading The Malevolent Witch.
Author Note: I've read books, watched tv and movies that supposedly had autistic characters, but the vast majority of them were written by non-autistic people/writers. Brie is autistic, and I believe I represented a Neurodiverse woman authentically.
5.0 out of 5 stars Brie
Reviewed in the United States on April 11, 2020
A journey into the mind and soul of an extraordinary witch. Brutal, sadistic, vengeful sister of the witch Kiri from M R’s Malevolent Witch, Brie has been soul searching six years alone in an enchanted forest. As she evolves into clarity of understanding, she comes to
make some tortured peace with both her abusive childhood, on the matriarchal island where she and Kiri grew to maturity, and which she ultimately had a hand in destroying, and with her own neuro diverse neurology.
A beautiful woman encased in ice completes her journey towards self acceptance, and even her own definition of love.
Magical, homo erotic, at times very funny, witches, wizards, faeries, dragons, in an enchanted forest just outside of Camelot.
It is a fascinating exploration of diversity in a variety of manifestations.