ZoZo By Carlton Lamberth

 Book Review

Impressions

You’ve been warned about the dangerous seduction inherent in using weirding board games for fun like Ouija Boards.  Guilelessness can easily succumb to evil domination.  Residual energies of ancient spirits can wreak havoc, cause pain, or the need for retribution.

He waited. The case of the ancient spirit ZoZo.

This author takes the reader on a revealing journey that exposes all the emotional layers of dogmatism. And in story tells how an ancient evil gained dominion over the living and innocent.

The ZoZo tale relates in exquisitely explicit sexual detail how the breadwinner and older brother succumbs easily to carnal seduction. ZoZo quickly exploits hidden needs that soon give way to betrayal and separation from morals.

Carlton Lamberth gives clarity in how evil is rooted in every fiber of the old house. And exposes the tragic generations of possessed souls. The ones that endured abuse and ungodly needs for sexual depravities and seekers of retribution.

The book is long but the elements mesh wonderfully in characterizations. The evolution of story makes for a memorable plot.

This book is a innovative fresh take on old haunted houses, the possession of a terrible monstrous evil and the loss of innocence.

“So we meet again beast!” Dori shouted with anger as another sharp pain traveled down his left arm.

 This time the pain settled om the left side of his face in the area of his jaw.  Dori opened his mouth wide to try and ease the uncomfortable ache in his face. He placed the handbook back in his coat pocket. He recited from memory now as he stared down the demon.” ~ ZoZo

Story/Plot/Conflict

Lovers of the demonic possession genre will love this sensually compelling riveting story from the first to last page.

This age-old tale about vengeful demons, ghosts and carnal bondage takes a more sensual view. The book of ZoZo is not for the faint of heart. It’s a real and gritty honest portrayal of a young family’s horrifying fall from grace.

Husband, father, and older brother Jon Crawley moves his family to a small town and discovers a deeply discounted dream home. But he lacks the awareness of the true cost of his new home. Ancient hate lives in every fiber of every brick and beam, awaiting possession and awakening of dormant unrequited lust.

The ancient demon ZoZo releases hidden pent up longings.

Evil is ZoZo.

This primeval spirit detaches morality from the unsuspecting, freeing the weak to indulge untold carnal proclivities that blackens the soul of a young family. The resulting chaos makes this a compelling read.

Main Characterizations

 

Katherine (Katie) Anderson Crawley was simply a young pretty wife whose world revolves around her family. Mother to nine-year-old Jessica and another on the way – she remained loyal to her own naivete until it was too late.

Jonathan (Jon) Lawrence Crawley has a need for little brother James’ wife. His sexual cravings feed the ancient evil that rules the house.

Nicole Lee Crawley uses a Ouija board to stoke sexual appetites and unknowingly becomes a carnal tool for the beast ZoZo. Wife of the younger brother…. her sexual needs understand no boundaries.

James Andrew Crawley is the younger Crawly brother. He unknowingly loses his wife Nicole the moment they cross the threshold of the Crawley home.  

Critiques:  It is rare that an author can capture so completely the BDSM microcosm of demons, devils, and carnal retribution. There’s difficulty in creating a fresh scary storyline based on the time-tested value of a storytelling about demons, ancient witchcraft, and the haunted. But this book conquers that challenge and creates an enjoyable read.

Genre: Supernatural, demonic possession, haunted houses

My rating is 5/5 stars

 

 

 

 

 

 

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