Rachel Rising: Fear No Malus by Terry Moore
Rachel and Jet will not stay dead. It's a mystery to the two BFFs, but they suspect it has something to do with a 10-year old serial killer and a witch who wants revenge on Manson, the little town with a wicked past.
This is where all the real stuff begins. We're introduced to more characters, more twists in the plot, more dark reveals, and most importantly, a large and powerful antagonist. The plot becomes even more exciting, and I love the witchcraft angle Moore has taken here.
A number of pages throughout this volume are completely free of dialogue, and Moore lets his artwork tell the story. This is wonderful, and the level of suspense and terror built up by black and white drawings really impressed me.
Looking forward to reading more Rachel Rising, and glad Terry Moore's work is now on my radar!