Getting in to my #bookspin book this month and had to share this quote that rings so true
📚: This is a book about the self-determination that lives within women and the powers, albeit sometimes hidden, that bind them together. 😊: I liked the feminist overtones, discussions of herbalism, & it‘s Gilded Age setting. 😑: I didn‘t like that the writing drags at the end & reliance on some tiresome fairytale tropes. 📣: I recommend this book for fans of Alice Hoffman (the ✍️ is not as good), stories about witches, & tales of strong women.
This was the first time I‘ve read this author and I shall be on the lookout for her back list. Set during the Gilded Age this is a story of family, power, and witchcraft. A great fictional escape.
Probably between a pick and so-so for me, but I did generally like it, so I‘m rounding up! This historical fantasy novel involves the descendants of one witch as their magical differences come to a head over the treatment of Annis. Told in multiple perspectives, there are no real surprises or twists, but it‘s a pleasant read and an entertaining escape. Thanks, #NetGalley!
4/5🌟A generational tale filled with magic!
What a beautifully crafted story this is! Morgan expertly balances world building with character development. The female characters were strong and interesting. I dont usually enjoy a lot of romance but there was just enough here without being too much for me. This is out April 7th and it was the perfect read to get me out of our current reality. #bookreview #bookstagram #magicalreads
Read my review of a brand new paranormal fantasy novel The Age of Witches by Louisa Morgan due this April.
A story of witches and their conflicting wills and intentions. How far will they go to win and how much are they willing to lose?
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