Book Review: Witch’s Daughter
Ms. Brackston did a truly remarkable job with her first ever novel.
There’s love and family, witch trials, black plague and above all a woman who chooses the lesser of two evils in a moment of despair.
After centuries of being alone and pushing her magic into the background Bess Hawksmith encounters a young woman, still in high school, who elicits her own curiosity.
We learn about her life, trials and tribulations as she speaks to Tegan about her life.
The characters and places were vivid without being garish and you could almost follow along through the centuries with Bess as she tries to live her life the best she can.
All in all Witch’s Daughter is an engaging read with something for everyone.
I am definitely looking forward to reading others in this series.