Publish date: April 29th 2008
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Leland Sisters (#1)
2 stars. I'm not sure why I picked up Bewitching Season -- I think I wanted some historical fiction in my criteria, and the only one that suited my taste (as far as teenage historical fiction, romance, and plot was concerned) ended up being Bewitching Season.And I didn't much like it.It started out ...
Bewitching Season was really cute in concept but not so much in execution. Cute characters and fun settings don't make up for a middle that sags like an old couch.
This didn't suffer from some of the problems that many contemporary historical fictions do (no one complained about their needlework!) but it fell a bit flat in other ways. The characters felt very undefined and I wasn't ever entirely convinced that this really was early Victorian England. [Feb. 201...
With NaNo coming up I have been on a Victorian Era (and faerie) kick and been doing my best to read as much of these two types of (YA) fiction as I can. And in my search for Victorian Era young adult novels I came across a pair of novels called Bewitching Season and Betraying Season about a pair of ...
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