The Saga of Hodge – Review by Midwest Book Review

The Saga of Hodge MysteryPosted at their Wisconsin Bookwatch is this review:

A strange and possibly supernatural entity that calls himself Hodge is targeting people on Earth for thousands of years, claiming their souls and then, later one, returning them under his complete control to Earth as different people. They constitute his Army of Drones. But when this creature experiences the meaning of love he undergoes a transformation as shocking as those he had ordered for millennia. Who or what is responsible for triggering this change? All this is intertwined with Dr. Mark Kralin, his friends and associates in a novel that is a blending of fantasy and mystery. A simply riveting read from cover to cover, “The Saga of Hodge” reveals author Jerry Labriola to have a genuine flair for deftly crafted interesting characters and then skillfully embedding them into a consistently compelling story replete with unexpected twists and surprising turns. “The Saga of Hodge” is one of those all too rare novels that will linger in the mind and memory of the reader long after the book has been finished and set back upon the shelf.

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