The Witches: Salem, 1692
Publish date: 2015-10-27
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
I have never read this author's previous books, but have to say that I probably won't read any of her other works if they are set up like this. History is a dry subject, but the way this was structured made it even more in my opinion. Stacy Schiff takes a look at Salem, Massachusetts during it's wit...
For some reason an ad for this book suddenly started appearing on Youtube. An ad that seemed to imply it was just coming out when, in fact it has been out for almost a year. Either way, the ad, which was an interview with the author, got me very interested to know more.Non-fiction books must be very...
Sometimes I forget how I heard about certain books and why they made it onto my TRL (To Read List) but a lot of the time I just see a blurb about a book somewhere and it peaks my interest. That's what happened with The Witches: Salem, 1692 by Stacy Schiff. As the title suggests, it's about the witch...
This book, a historical account of the Salem witch trials by an author whose prior work has been highly acclaimed, turned out to be a long-winded and tedious disappointment. I regret the many hours I spent slogging through it.Schiff takes a textbook-like approach to the writing, throwing facts and a...
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