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Thank you. Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Reviews Rated 5 out of 5 by Sarah from Great! Really enjoyed this, it was a great start to the series! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Megan from Magical! This novel reminded me how much I love witches!
These are all great points and fodder for discussion, but the hamfisted way these ideas are repeated in the book comes off as clumsy and obvious.
This explication of a society in which people are behaving in absolutes is not achieving anything new. Readers — especially young adult readers! We can pick up on subtlety. And, while I like and appreciated the diverse cast, I am disappointed that while people may have been Japanese, for example, they are oddly bereft of Japanese culture, language, or religious beliefs.
My largest complaint from a storytelling perspective is how nothing happens in this book. I wish there could have been less time spent on tea parties and requisite love-triangle-ing, and more time spent on the actual meat and potatoes of the story.
The most compelling character arcs, in my opinion, are the tensions between Cate and her sisters. THIS is what saved the book for me, especially in the later chapters.
I love that the bond between sisters is portrayed as a volatile, complicated thing — even for those sisters that love each other. Cate is so doggedly determined to protect her younger sisters that her lack of trust in them hurts their relationships, and there is going to be hell to pay in the next volume. This tension, together with a few nice twists at the end, save this book from banality and nudge it up into entertaining territory.
I miss her. Especially about my sisters. Tess runs ahead of me, heading for the rose garden—our sanctuary, our one safe place. Her slippers slide on the cobblestones, the hood of her gray cloak falling to reveal blonde curls.
I glance back at the house.
Tess is safe. For now. She waits ahead, kicking at the dead leaves 21SR1Lbeneath a maple. The Brotherhood would probably ban autumn if they could. I think the reason why is because in the first chapter, she was described as the bookish one, so yeah That's why I made the assumption. But overall, the book was really interesting. There was so much plot and so much development with the characters, that I automatically fell in love with the book.
Cat is 16, and the eldest Cahill girl. Unlike her younger siblings, she's average: she's learned Latin, but hasn't mastered it like her 12 year old sister Tess. She reads books, but isn't a book worm like her middle sister, Maura.
She takes it upon herself to be the mother figure to her siblings ever since their mom died three years prior to when the story starts. You can tell from the story she's made herself become boring and strict to keep her siblings in line and protect them from the Brotherhood who are against witchcraft.
I liked her, and she was an enjoyable character.
What made me like her a lot as a narrator is that she's strong, and I like strong female characters. Plot wise, there was a lot going on this book, and the way that Spotswood ended this book was just so Moffat like. I knew that something was going to happen in the end that would ruin her engagement, but I didn't expect it to be that!
If you've read the book, you'd get it. So go read the book!