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Margaret May Reis knows how strange she is; people have been telling her for years. At sixteen years old, though, Maggie begins to realize that strangeness is only half the story. Maggie isn’t just strange – she’s a witch.
Sent to live with a cousin she’s never met, in a city she doesn’t remember, Maggie is sure that life as she knows it is over. It doesn’t take her long to learn that Peterborough is not at all what it seems. Her first week in the city, Maggie meets a stray cat named Elowen, who seems to appear out of thin air, and a strange girl named Rhosyn, who introduces her to a coven of witches, and assures her that life will never be the same.
The newest member of an ancient coven, Maggie discovers new friends, new powers, and a new lease on life. As she works with her young sisters to hone their magical skills, they stumble across the coven’s darkest secret, one that their governing council has kept hidden for over a century. Caught up in a conspiracy that began with the very first generations of witches, Maggie and her friends tumble down the rabbit hole, reaching blindly for the truth.
It will take three young witches to uncover the secrets that their Matriarch left behind over a century before.
Here’s What Reviewers Had To Say:
I thoroughly enjoyed this magical novel. The story moves at a quick, smooth pace, keeping me guessing at all times what’s around the next corner. The house they are living in has secret rooms and mysteries. There are deep dark secrets to be discovered. There is an alternate world hiding there too. I loved the mystery of the book and the dark undertones. I am eager to see what will happen in the next installment. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is fascinated with witches and loves fantasy!
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I was very pleasantly surprised at how talented I think this author is. I am an avid reader and often wonder how some people consider themselves writers. I had no expectations but the story sounded good. Well. I was hooked immediately! The story keeps you wondering what is truly going on and interested. I think the interested part is what was so good. I love a writer that can make me like the characters, as the reader you become involved. This did that for me.