Sekhet


Fiction - Horror
254 Pages
Reviewed on 08/30/2020
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Author Biography

Born and reared in Wexford Ireland, now living in Washington State with my husband, son and 3 dogs.
I love that people enjoy my stories, and I hope to never disappoint. That is not to say my first attempts were not disastrous, because they were. But, I continue to write tales of castles, warriors, hell demons, witches and whatever else comes to mind. May it never stop.
Writing under the watchful eye of Blackhawk Literary Agency, where I believe I have the best agent and editor there is.

    Book Review

Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Sekhet is a work of fiction in the horror, thriller, and suspense sub-genres, and was penned by author K. K. Weakley. The first book in the saga of the same name, the work is recommended for mature readers aged sixteen plus owing to dark supernatural themes, moderate horror, violence, and threat. The work centers around protagonist Molly, who discovers that she has unwittingly let loose her unknown powers to summon a terrible demon. Known as Sekhet, this dreadful demon presents Molly with an awful decision: she must find someone to take her place, or she herself will fall victim to the demon’s vicious wishes. So begins a suspenseful adventure filled with thrills.

Author K. K. Weakley has crafted an excellent work of horror fiction that spreads out beyond its initial genre to include magical fantasy concepts, romance, and interpersonal drama for a fully rounded reading experience. Molly is a protagonist who all readers can relate to, and we get to know her and her terrible predicament thanks to the close and attentive narration of the author. This allows us to also live the horrors of the plot with her, and some of the excellent descriptive work really puts a lump in your throat when Sekhet comes calling. The novel promises a thrilling start to what will be an adventurous, dark, and suspenseful saga to come, and overall I would highly recommend Sekhet to readers who enjoy accomplished atmospheric writing, memorable characters, and high-stakes horror fantasy thrills by the bucketful.

T. Ellard

Extremely well written, and fun to read. KK keeps you on the edge of your seat, and begging for more. You will not want to put this down. Eagerly awaiting the next part of this saga.

Julie Cummings

I have read many of K K Weakley's books and this did not disappoint in any way shape or form. I was hooked even before reading it. Since Amazon insists on sales beyond what you would purchase to leave reviews, I decided to leave mine here.
I LOVED IT!!!!! It was dark, lighthearted and sexy. Is it wrong to say Lucifer was my favorite character? Well I don't care, his character had me laughing out loud, while Joe left me feeling as though I may cry.
Bravo K K .

Nathaniel Lee

This is freaking awesome. I've read this book and this review is spot on. It can't be in just one category, because it branches out in all directions but never losing the reader. The plot had me all the way to the end. What a mind$$$$

Patricia Kelly

When I started to read this book I thought it was going to be all dark, blood and guts, but to my surprise it has just the right amount of humour to keep the story on the lighter side. The details are amazing. I could smell the candles in the church, feel the vastness of it and sense the calm within it's walls. Victor and Olivia's relationship made me laugh out loud at times. Ghosts, witches, demons and murder, it has it all. It was a page turner for me from the very first page. Anyone who likes a good murder mystery with the supernatural thrown in will love this book.. I am so looking forward to book 2 in this series.
Thank you K K Weakely. Would highly recommend.

Tasha Mann

Not a book reader but oh my god this book i cannot put down. So interesting and leaves you wondering what is going to happen on each page. Well done karen.

Stephanie kelly

Sekhet is a book of horror and sixpence from start to finish. You will not be able to put thos book down. I would recommend it for a older age group as it is a bit scary and violent in places. It's a lovely mix of trill, romance and violence. Everything a really good book needs. I couldn't put in down.

Molly I wish I was her in some places and not so much on others. When Sekhet came calling, I was even scarred. Leave your light on if your scarred of the dark like me!!

Michael

I am not a book reader at all , but I herd about this book off my wife's sisters husband so i gave the 1st chapter a go. I am now waiting patiently for the next chapter of the saga. Great read, highly recommend