Foreword Reviews

Eye of the Moon

When Aunt Alice died holding the Egyptian Book of the Dead, two childhood friends were kept in the dark. Reunited twenty years later at a five-day house party in Rhinebeck, they discover a secret world surrounding Alice. Her life—and death—have surprising connections to them, thrusting them into webs of mystery, Egyptian occultism, multigenerational intrigue, and unexpected magic, where nothing is as it appears and no one leaves the estate quite the same.

Rights Contact
Mary Jo Smith-Obolensky <maryjo@smithobolenskymedia.com>
Award(s)
Finalist: "Paranormal" & "Best Cover Design (Fiction)" Next Generation Indie Book Awards and Winner: "Best First Book (Fiction)" - 2018 IndieReader Discovery Awards
Book Website
https://ivanobolensky.com
Contributor(s)
Ivan Obolensky
Publisher
Smith-Obolensky Media
ISBN-13
978-1-947780-00-2
Publication Date
Feb 6, 2018
Pages
554
Price
$27.99
Tags
#mystery
#thriller
Our Review (4 out of 5 stars)
Set in 1977, the novel has a timeless, eerie feeling. Wealth, family politics, and the occult make for a strangely captivating and exotic brew in Ivan Obolensky’s "Eye of the Moon". Wealthy playboy Johnny Dodge invites his childhood companion Percy on an extended weekend in Rhinebeck at his... Read More