Queen of the Witches

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Queen of the Witches
  • Jessica Berens
  • English
  • 24 October 2018
  • 0099254115

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10 thoughts on “Queen of the Witches

  1. Kelly says:

    Comical harmless book with a magical Wiccan storyline

  2. Starre says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here There were some things I loved about this book, and quite a lot of things I hated.I loved reading a book about witchcraft that accepted that it works, that accepted magic The author conveyed how much a part of the character s lives their witchery was However, I feel she over egged the pudding considerably The characters had no interests or hobbies outside of being witches, every exclamation had the name of a God or Goddess in it, every minor incidence in their lives was overshadowed by their There were some things I loved about this book, and quite a lot of things I hated.I loved reading a book about witchcraft that accepted that it works, that accepted magic The author conveyed how much a part of the character s lives their witchery was However, I feel she over egged the pudding considerably The characters had no interests or hobbies outside of being witches, every exclamation had the name of a God or Goddess in it, every minor incidence in their lives was overshadowed by their witchy beliefs It was funny to begin with, but soon got boring, and I was glad it was but a short book On the plus side, it was obvious that the author had done her research.On a similar note, I appreciated the way magic worked in the book, as for many witches it is indeed very real However, the overblown results and the idea that a barely trained witch could attain the things the novice did in the book was ridiculous, speaking not as a witch, but as a reader who did not want to make massive leaps of faith in order to stay in the story Also, I found it ridiculous that any Wiccan would call on Christ and the angels as the only magic pure enough to fight evil that s insulting to Christians and Witches at the same time The characterisation was weak, too I didn t feel I knew the characters at all, though I certainly had quite the laundry list of their star signs, correspondences, and the deities they worked with It was hard to care that much about any of them though They never popped for me.The book isn t as bad as I m making it sound The language was intelligent, to the point of sounding too highbrow for the genre There was humour aplenty and I laughed out loud many times.In short, a good enough book for if you want a short, easy, amusing read, but if you re feeling analytical or want really good plotting and characterisation, this book will disappoint you

  3. Lyz Russo says:

    I read this book a number of years back and thoroughly enjoyed it From the very human way Sheena s eye make up causes an allergic reaction, to the teenager experimenting with those love potions, it s a great read There are many points at which I remember laughing out loud, and little non PC social commentaries on everything from vegans to owners of arcane knickknack shops I love the way things turn out for the main heroine, the love struck teenager So true to life

  4. Hel Gibbons says:

    This was rubbish