2019: The Year of the (Fictional) Witch

2019: The Year of the (Fictional) Witch

 Hi guys!

So after going through my 2019 TBR recently, I noticed a lot of the books I’m excited for have something in common – so many of them are witchy, magical books and I’m so here for this! I absolutely love witchy books as, not only do I find they’re usually really unique in their magic styles as well as managing to stick to traditional witch lore, they’re always just such empowering books.

I’m really looking forward to all of these books so thought I’d share – if they aren’t on your radar already, they definitely should be. I’ve been lucky enough to read two of these already and will hopefully be preordering the rest!

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ARC Review // The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden

ARC Review // The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden

“You shouldn’t have told them I was a girl. Then they might have believed that I was dangerous.”

One girl can make a difference…

Moscow has burned nearly to the ground, leaving its people searching for answers – and someone to hold accountable. Vasya finds herself on her own, amid a rabid mob that calls for her death, blaming her witchery for their misfortune.

Then a vengeful demon returns, renewed and stronger than ever, determined to spread chaos in his wake and never be chained again. Enlisting the hateful priest Konstantin as his servant, turmoil plagues the Muscovites and the magical creatures alike, and all find their fates resting on the shoulders of Vasya.

With an uncertain destiny ahead of her, Vasya learns surprising truths of her past as she desperately tries to save Russia, Morozko, and the magical world she treasures. But she may not be able to save them all…

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