Kate Fox and the Three Kings Kate Fox CURRENTLY FREE ON A notorious cult has held Kate Fox captive for far too long Wickedness resides within the pews forcing Kate to make a mad dash from the compound and into a life of normalcy but dar

  • Title: Kate Fox and the Three Kings (Kate Fox, #1)
  • Author: Grace E. Pulliam
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  • Page: 384
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • CURRENTLY FREE ON A notorious cult has held Kate Fox captive for far too long Wickedness resides within the pews, forcing Kate to make a mad dash from the compound and into a life of normalcy, but darkness follows even the most deceitful runaway While Kate is able to outrun the assemblage, fate is not so easily fooled I was the child who scampered across CURRENTLY FREE ON A notorious cult has held Kate Fox captive for far too long Wickedness resides within the pews, forcing Kate to make a mad dash from the compound and into a life of normalcy, but darkness follows even the most deceitful runaway While Kate is able to outrun the assemblage, fate is not so easily fooled I was the child who scampered across open cotton fields, sporting grass stained knees and a wicked smirk, crossing the threshold just in time for supper I was the granddaughter who played hangman on the back of the church program every Sunday, who snuck spoonfuls of buttercream frosting right out of the mixer when Grams wasn t paying attention I was the frightened girl who extended her trembling hand to a stranger and never saw home again I was the member of the notorious Blood of Christ Baptist Church who became the target for cruelty and sinister ritual I was the daughter of the damned, the collection of ragged breaths wedged between the shadows of ancient lore and an uncertain destiny, and the possessor of a darkness depraved than any of my enemies I was the lethal cocktail of untapped power and willful ignorance, who untethered herself from the pious ties of Brushy Fork, Kentucky, to plunge head first into a life of normalcy And I was the fool who believed she could outrun fate Kate Fox and the Three Kings is a new adult, paranormal thriller and the first book in a three part series

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    1. My ReviewI liked this a lot.I think. ;) There was a lot going on and a lot of different ideas introduced. I felt myself getting confused and having to go back to reread pages and look for clarity. I loved all of the elements put into the story. Religious cults! Paranormal forces! Evil Nazis! The writing is top notch as well. Pulliam made me hate every person in the Blood of Christ cult more than I had anticipated. The amount of hate I have for these fictional people is a testament to her storyte [...]


    2. Life is hard but it’s a lot harder for Kate Fox, her family is gone so she lives with the only people who would take her. Only they are a bunch of psychos who are in a cult, a group of people who believe God hates everything they do and they tear everything down around them. After escaping the Looney bus of country bumpkins she somehow finds her way into the real world and finds family. When all starts to seem normal, that’s when the crazy really starts to show up for Kate.I really really lo [...]


    3. In The Three Kings, we join our main character Kate Fox after a flashback from before she is born. After the flashback, the story picks up at a point in Kate’s life where she is being raised by a cult/religious group called the Blood of Christ. Eventually she is rescued and brought back to live with her Aunt and cousin who, until that time, had assumed her dead. She registers at a college and finds a job, only to find out that she has a connection to her employer through her late father. Unbek [...]


    4. OK, so I've taken a while to fully absorb this book. It's been a couple of weeks since I finished it. Plotwise, there's a whole lot goin on up in here. We've got an evil cult, (potentially) devil-possessed characters, a curse, a really hot, one-eyed boss guy, and a single game to unlock the main character's powers.Guys.'s a wild ride, but the characters are awesome and push the plot forward. That's why I'll be back for the second book. And Mr. Hemming. STERN, BROODY, SEXY MEN 4 LIFE. I need more [...]


    5. I don't often write reviews for well anything, really. However, this book captivated me from start to finish. I don't often find such relatable characters from the get go but I can say without hesitation that I love Kate Fox. I read the bulk of this novel within a few hours. I found each chapter to be better than the last. The twists and turns this plot took kept me on my toes and I felt that the character development was paced well and easy to follow but extremely exciting. I wanted to write th [...]


    6. I found out about this book while watching videos from the booktube community of youtube. Grace's video was in the recommended videos. I decided to watch it, and at the time it was being offered for free on amazon. I thought to myself "Its free, it can't hurt anything to get it." I didn't have any expectations for it before starting since I had never heard of the author. I had this book sitting in my Kindle library for months before I finally read it. Once I started I couldn't stop. It was unlik [...]


    7. 4.5. Excellent book with a few caveats that made it a little less than five. There were quite few typos and grammatical errors. Not enough to ruin the book but enough to notice. The writing was a bit awkward in places and in others absolutely brilliant (Hemmings "paragraph" for example). The book reminded me (in a good way) of Karen Marie Moning's Fever series. The characters were very interesting although I would have liked to learn more about Hemming. The world building could have been a bit m [...]




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