Publish date: March 4th 2014
Publisher: Harper Teen
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Spellcaster (#1)
Nadia is a witch. A powerful, but untrained witch. Her mother is also a witch, but has abandoned the family (with no real reason given as to why) and suddenly Nadia, her father, and her brother are moving to a new town to start a fresh, new life sans mom. It's important to note that in this story, t...
Maybe I'll try again later, but right now this just isn't catching my interest. For something with witches and curses in it, it's not terribly exciting.
Nadia, along with her father and brother, have just moved to Captive Sound after their parents divorce. In the middle of Nadia’s magic training(which the male members of her family know nothing about), her mother up and left them. When they arrive in Captive Sound, Nadia immediately knows there is a...
Spellcaster was a rather polarising read for me - on one hand I loved it and I think Ms Gray made some great choices, but on the other hand there were quite some elements that grated on my nerves.Nadia's mom left her and her family, unannounced. This is a tradedy in itself, but what's worse is that ...
SPELLCASTER, by Claudia Gray, is a hard one for me to review. It’s one of those books that looked really great on paper, got good reviews from various sources I trust, and featured a dark New England town, witches, and angsty teens. With my recent YA obsession, I thought this was going to be a rea...
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