Sortilège Haïtien is the story of Manon, a young woman who discovers her sacred ties with Lasirèn, the goddess of the sea. After marrying the most corrupt politician in Port-au-Prince, she goes on a dangerous quest, using both her strength of mind and special powers to deliver Haiti from a powerful dictatorship.
Check out my interview with Defend Haiti here. Some of the things I talk about: My favorite virtue My favorite qualities in a man My favorite qualities in a woman My idea of happiness My favorite poets
“What we do care about are adolescents flirting with disaster, and hovering between the line of fun and danger, much like many of us have in the past. M.J. Fievre’s The Rainbow’s End captures the high stemming from a teenager’s defiance and the suspense comes from wondering what will Ben’s cold eyes and leery lips reveal next as he seductively steers Magda and Nelly away from common sense.” Haiti Noir review on Hip Magazine