Book 59- 61 : A Different Witch, A Celtic Witch, A Lost Witch

24 Feb
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These were the three books I read during my vacation, but I’m going to talk about the whole series in this post.  I absolutely love magic and witches and all that jazz, so after skimming the summary I started to read, A Modern Witch.  While I enjoyed the magical properties of the book, it lacked the romance that I usually look for.  There was a focus more on the importance of family, the individuals related by blood and the ones not, and its relationships to the characters.  But while not my usual cup of tea, I did enjoy the explanation and uses of magic, the writing was excellent, so I thought, why not read the rest of the series.

a different witchA Different Witch (A Modern Witch # 5) by Deborah Geary

This book was meh to me.  I liked that Witch Central were forced to see that they could be the “bad guys” but nothing really stood out for me in this one.

Quote:

“Knowing where you’re headed is one thing.  Knowing how to get there is often the tricky part.” – Good quote for any situation.

“We would never do something like that unless it was a total emergency. ” – Hahah oh the logic of ten year old girls.

a celtic witchA Celtic Witch (A Modern Witch # 6) by Deborah Geary

This was one of my favorites of the series because of the Romance! Haha. I love grumpy old men, and when they find love it’s just so much better.

a lost witchA Lost Witch (A Modern Witch # 7) by Deborah Geary

The last in this series we go back to the old magics of pre-cog and how much it sucks.  We are introduced to Hannah, super powered pre-cog witch, who with one glance glimpses potential futures.  She is institutionalized and Witch Central does everything they can so that she can lead a life both as a witch and a woman.  But one of my favorite was Ginia. We have Moira acknowledging that Sophie is the best healer, but reveals that Ginia, little ten year old witch, will surpass her soon.  Ginia stating that she should be included with the adults, because she needs to be prepared in case she needs to use big magic to take care of little brother, Aevryn.  So I’m hoping we get some books on the next generation and how they will use their magic, and hopefully how they fall in love.

Quotes:

“Not all warriors used swords.”- Or there is more than one way to fight a battle.

~E

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