Publish date: 2012
Publisher: Corgi Childrens
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
So, I finally got round to reading the first of the Tudor Witch books... And I was slightly disappointed. If I had read this one first I wouldn't have read the second, which would have been a shame.It's not that this book's bad, it's just that it didn't catch my interest. I didn't feel compelled to ...
Wow, this was an amazing book! I would love to read more about Meg and Alejandro!
I just didn't enjoy this book...it was kind of flat for me and I felt a little uncormfortable reading it. Maybe it's because I'm simply not a history person; maybe it's because I didn't like Meg and the way she embraces witchery from the start. (okay duh she's a witch but I was rooting for Alejandro...
Meg’s journey opens in the ruins of the old palace at Woodstock. A full moon ritual is taking place, led by her Aunt Jane and attended by Elizabeth. A prediction is made and also a warning given.We find out a little bit about Meg’s background and her leaving her home at Lytton Park to serve Elizab...
Read This Review & More Like It On My Blog!Full disclosure: I am GoodReads/Twitter friends with Victoria and she sent me this novel in exchange for a review. However much I like her (and that is very much!), this did not affect my impression of the novel nor my review for it. Witchstruck is the add...