SHAMAN, HEALER, HERETIC
An Olivia Lawson Techno-Shaman Novel Book One
Even for a techno-shaman, a kachina in the bedroom isn’t exactly part of the drill. When Olivia Lawson wakes to find one towering over her, she panics. A Hopi god visiting the real world isn’t just wrong–it’s impossible.
Or is it?
Soon Olivia learns that the kachina is the least of her worries. As she struggles to save her clients, clashes with other shamans, and fends off the attacks of real-world vigilantes, Olivia finds herself in the destructive path of a malevolent ancient force intent on leaving the spiritual realm to conquer this one.
Left with few options, Olivia is forced to defy centuries of shaman prohibitions. As she and her allies risk everything in their bid for survival, Olivia ultimately learns that the rules are there for a reason and that breaking them has a terrible cost.
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“This book has you asking “What?” on every page — but in a good way. …Livvy, SK, and the shaman culture are interesting. This book could easily open a fresh new world of urban fantasy.” – Publishers Weekly
“Shaman Healer Heretic is a fast paced read in an original setting, recommended.” – Midwest Book Review
What Readers Are Saying About Shaman, Healer, Heretic:
I just finished “Shaman, Healer, Heretic” – the first book in the Techno-Shaman series by M. Terry Green. I LOVED this book! It was unique and different from everything else I read in Urban Fantasy so far. I’ve read a lot about vampires, ghosts, shapeshifters … you know… the usual – but a techno-shaman that uses technologically enhanced goggles? How cool is that?
From the first page this story just took off and I had to read to the end. That’s a good story. Apparently, I’m not the only one that thinks so because this book is a 2011 Semi-Finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. Grats!
This is an adventure story which crosses between worlds as often as its heroine, and I loved the colourful characters and vivid description. Definitely a favourite, and I can’t wait to read the next one.