The Bone Witch
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2017-03-07
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
Series: The Bone Witch (#1)
This freaking book. Just to get this out of the way, this was not a good book. As many reviewers at Booklikes noted, this YA fantasy novel hit every trope that many of us readers are tired of reading. Main character is the best (insert name of thing) ever. There is purple prose galore. World...
The Bone Witch is a beautiful book, telling the story of Tea as she discovers that she is an asha, one with very rare abilities. The writing is lyrical and descriptive, allowing you to see the world through Tea's eyes. It is written in two alternating points of view and the voices are very differe...
The writing is beautiful. The world building is superb. And that alone is why I'm not rating this (usually a DNF gets a 1-star from me). I think I just am not in the mood for a slow-paced novel right now. I've been reading it for over a MONTH. This is unheard of. I whiz through books. I would pick i...
A fantasy book set in a fantasy land with many asha's who all have different skills. Tea is one who has VERY different and rare skills. She is able to do things that a lot of asha's are not able to do. She is taken from her homeland to learn how to use her skills when she is just 14 years old. This ...
The Bone Witch, Rin Chupeco's latest novel is striking. I haven't read anything quite like it, and found it wonderful. Tea can raise the dead. But raising her brother was an accident. Many women are asha, those who can control elemental magic, but very few can practice necromancy. Fortunately thou...
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