How did I get the book? Review copy, in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis: Where do you go when your heart has been ripped out? For Anna there is only one answer; into her past, where the truth about her mother, her power, and her real identity lie hidden.
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How did I get the book? Review copy, in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis: Where do you go when your heart has been ripped out? For Anna there is only one answer; into her past, where the truth about her mother, her power, and her real identity lie hidden. But as Anna delves deeper into her history, she begins to fear that the truth about what set her mother running may be darker than she ever suspected.
With the witches of the world on the brink of war, Seth gone, and her friend Abe wanting more from her than she can possibly give, Anna is in crisis. As the clouds around her gather, Anna is torn between friends, family and rival tribes of witches and — at the last — between love and magic. A little over words review: A Witch Alone starts a few months after the last book ended. Anna is heartbroken over her split with Seth and is trying to juggle magic lessons, visits to her grandmother and school.
Unlike the previous two titles A Witch Alone follows a slightly more familiar paranormal romance trend. Plus Abe is a pretty cool character. A Witch Alone is darker then the first two books and Ruth Warburton is excellent at tugging at the heartstrings. There are many moments that give you pause to think as Anna watches as more and more people she loves get caught in the crossfire.
Both Abe and Emmaline provide much needed moments of relief with their one-liners, particularly Emmaline who is still the best character in the whole series. Overall I think A Witch Alone is a very good conclusion to the trilogy. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
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The Winter Trilogy: A Witch Alone
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Review: A Witch Alone by Ruth Warburton
Having seen her at several YA panels now and at a couple of events, I always find it so interesting to hear her talk about her research and the real history behind witchcraft. This is something that is clearly present in the books, especially the chilling torture scene in A Witch In Love, and it really enhances the stories beyond a typical YA paranormal. A Witch Alone picks up shortly after A Witch In Love, where Seth and Anna broke up and Seth has gone away to work on a boat while Anna tries to make her way through her A-levels and honing her abilities as a witch. However, the more she finds out about her mother, the more she begins to see why her mum ran away when she was a child. Anna has changed so much from the girl we meet in A Witch In Winter and I love seeing how much bolder and how much more in control she is from her first introduction. There is a slight love triangle element to this book in that Abe, which we have known since the last book, has definite strong feelings for Anna and in the absence of Seth has complicated things. However, this love triangle is well-handled and I found the option of Abe for Anna added an interesting choice to the plot of the book.