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A Catholic and a witch discover that friendship can be as strong as faith. The Trilogy is a dark soap opera filled with  southwestern  magic set during the Roaring 20's, Great Depression,  and the dawn of World War II in Madrid, New Mexico; Santa  Fe and Albuquerque.

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"WHEN A NOVEL CAPTURES YOU—when you are entranced  enough to stay up late reading and then dream your way into the story  after you fall asleep—it’s usually due to that mysterious writer’s  alchemy of plot, pacing, prose, and character. You can’t stop wondering  what’s going to happen next, so you can’t stop turning the pages. Some  writers have the ability to make every character, even the most minor  background player, come alive, adding a visceral level to the reading  experience. In Reincarnation, Belinda Vasquez Garcia breathes  life into the people of Madrid, New Mexico, in the 1920s and ‘30s, in  the days before the mine shut down, when members of the Penitente  brotherhood held sway over public opinion and policy and witches were a  dark force to be feared by even the most devout Catholic.”—Santa Fe New Mexican Pasa Tiempo Magazine 7/27th issue - read  the full review here (spoiler alert!)
  • "Garcia fascinates readers with  her literary magic."—Las Cruces Bulletin - read the full article here
  • "Reincarnation brings history and magic to life."—Albuquerque The  Magazine August issue - page 1, page 2, page 3    
  • “A fabulous story packed with detail that feels both fresh and authentic."--Kirkus Reviews - read the full article  (spoiler alert!)    
  • "Family deaths, romance, and conflict come to a  head in this first book of a powerful trilogy that holds all the  elements of gripping supernatural fiction at its finest."--California Bookwatch 3rd down  
  • "Reincarnation" is a strong addition to fiction collections with religious tones."-- Reviewer's Bookwatch 8 down
  • Chosen by ABQ Arts and Entertainment  for their Selected Summer Reading For Lovers of New Mexico list.   
  • Mentioned in the Alibi Newspaper as having one of the best first lines of a book.   
  • Read the Press Release (spoiler alert!)
 
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