Witch Child – Celia Rees

This was a good little book, but it felt … little. Essentially, the story of a young girl who had some witchly powers and was sent over to the New World by her unknown-mom benefactor to hang with the Puritans because her acutal grandma-witch was killed for being a witch. So, it seems silly to send her to America, because they were doing the same thing there. So, the girl starts a diary – our book is her diary. It ends when she, unsurpringly – gets accused of being a witch.

I liked it, but it felt very sudden. I didn’t really have time to get to know anyone, or care, or feel betrayed. It just felt very hopeless, and then – over.

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