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Reviewed by Kathleen Hill for Readers' Favorite
Separated from Yourselves (Spell Weaver Book 6) by Bill Haitt has a lot of Gods and Goddesses from Greek mythology involved. Apparently, most of the main characters are descendants from these Gods. This gives them special powers that they use to protect Earth and the other worlds, like Olympus. There is a lot of talk about things that have happened before, but that whole story is not needed to grasp what is going on in this book. The characters each have their own personality and the story is told by each of them. That was the only problem I had with the story; almost every chapter is switched between the six or seven main characters. The story picks up from their point of view, and if you do not stop and read each chapter heading, you can get confused. However, if this is how it has been from the beginning, then his readers are probably used to this.
Separated from Yourselves by Bill Haitt is fun to read if you are into mythology. This book is sixth in the series and though I did not read any of the previous books, I was not completely lost. Bill Haitt has a great imagination. He has created characters that you love and love to hate. There is a little romance thrown in, but not so much that only girls will enjoy the story. Separated from Yourselves (Spell Weaver Book 6) reminds me of the Percy Jackson series and is a good read for all genders.