Jan 20, 2022

The Witch's Daughter: A Novel

The Witch's Daughter: A Novel By {author, Unlimited The Witch's Daughter: A Novel - by Paula Brackston Unlimited The Witch's Daughter: A Novel - by Paula Brackston - The Witch's Daughter: A Novel, The Witchs Daughter A Novel My name is Elizabeth Anne Hawksmith and my age is three hundred and eighty four years Each new settlement asks for a new journal and so this Book of Shadows begins In the spring of the Witchfi

  • Publisher‏:‎ Thomas Dunne Books; First edition (January 18, 2011)
  • Publication date‏:‎ January 18, 2011
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 2993 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 465 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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The Witch's Daughter: A Novel

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The Witch's Daughter: A Novel

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  1. Descriptions like lush writing and compelling story lead me to purchase and read this book Unfortunately, neither is true in my opinion I read a review where someone complained about the flashbacks but, really, that s most of the story.The story has pretty big holes in it, I found The bad guy is called a warlock but only at the end when it just sort of spills out how witches made by warlocks are always cursed What s this We ve been given no other information about other witches, if they re born [...]


  2. You know that feeling when you have discovered an author whose writing voice clicks with your yours And then you discover she or he has written multiple books so you get to read by them That is the way I felt after just a few pages into this book Superbly written about an fascinating woman, who becomes a witch, and shares her stories throughout the centuries with her pupil One of the things I love about this book is that being a witch is not overly romanticized, their is nothing cheesy or predic [...]


  3. I am for some reason into reading books about witches, a trend that has covered my past four book choices What I liked was the many small stories of how her life lived over 300 years were so descriptive and detailed really pulled me into the stories having some imagination into how one would have to conduct themself in changing eras was insihhtful it was easy for my minds eye to see into the dwellings and places described herein Plainly without spoiling anything, I liked the characters consisten [...]


  4. Imagine, she said, imagine being able to do magic like that To heal people To shapeshift She paused and looked at me To kill people It s powerful stuff Seriously dangerous stuff In The Witch s Daughter we get to hear about a witch named Elizabeth and her long life as she shares it with a young mentor and as it was shared in her Book of Shadows Elizabeth was made into a witch by a man named Gideon when she was young, and he continues to come for her through out generations and manifesting in diff [...]


  5. I went to barnes and noble obviously this is a great read I read some reviews about books before still loved the books So you can t judge a book by its cover.


  6. A very enjoyable read, I had previously read the Winter Witch and thought this was a follow on from that, I was obviously wrong, a completely different story I thought the stories within the main story worked well, I love going back in time and this book took me there I liked the relationship between Bess and Tegan as Bess seemed to take on a mother role, although I did feel sad for Tegan s mother as in the story she didn t have much to say about it Can t wait to read the second part The Return [...]


  7. What I like about these novels is that the witchcraft is just another part of the story Not a main feature for the most part, until a situation forces the need.Once again the author has woven her spell and drawn me in to another tale unconnected with the first, but just as ish I m heading straight into Return of the Witch now which is the sequel to this story and looking forward to continuing with Elizabeth and Tegan and their story.This is a rare reading triple for me,and a real treat.


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