Witch Central welcomes everyone. Or does it?
Twenty months ago, Jamie and Lauren crashed a coven meeting in Chicago - a visit they barely remember. For Beth Landler, it was the moment that fractured her circle and awakened her need for an entirely different kind of magic. The kind only found in Witch Central. If she can dig up the courage to go.<>A Different Witch is book five of the top-rated A Modern Witch series. Light contemporary fantasy with a good dose of humor, a little romance, and characters you won't want to leave.
©2013 Debora Geary (P)2013 Debora Geary
I like Fantasy & Science Fiction but not into Zombie. Due to Health issues, listen to Audiobooks/read ebooks where I can enlarge the print
heart-wrenching, heart-felt, heart-warming
It delves into the souls and hearts not only of the characters in the book but the reader/listener.
It tries to teach us through an emotional roller coaster of a wonderful story that being different does not mean people are weaker, or lacking or even wanting or needing of our pity, just our acceptance
The whole book, but if i had to choose one it would be when Shay stood for Beth.
A heart-warming emotional roller-coaster
Like any series Debora Geary's books should be read in order to get the best enjoyment. Whilst not all are available as an audiobook yet one lives in hope.
The excellent Martha Harmon Pardee is as an essential a narrator for this series as Amanda Ronconi is to Molly Harper's audiobooks
If your books must be laced with gratuitous sex and violence, then this book/author is not for you.
If however you like rich characters that are not stereotyped but have their ups and downs, and good and bad times. Characters and stories and feelings that will remain with you long after the last page is finished then invest in some quality time with Debora's excellent books you won't regret it
I have read every book Debora Gerry has ever written and love them one and all. What I love about Audible Books is that Narrator sees with different eyes so her reading the book is like a brand new book for me. I am not an empathic person I am a bit OCD and probably fit the nerd aspi described in this book but not enough to be troubled by it.
I learned to see the world from a different point of view. Different means different not weak.
She made the characters live in my head.
When Shai stood up to everyone for her new friend.
I am a hardcore Science Fiction fan and did not read Harlequin Romances. Then I had a friend recommend the author and read her first book and went on a reading binge for a week and read everything she had written. I am now a regular reader and a friend to the author. The lady is a wonderful woman, mother, and business woman. She is has become special in many ways to many people allow me to suggest you give her a chance to do so to you.
Martha Harmon Pardee is a great narrator! She captures the characters perfectly. I liked the first few books better but I will be looking for the next one anyway!
Two things. One, the fact that Beth (the Different Witch) had Asperger syndrome and Debora really used the story and the characters to explain that very real disorder in such a wonderful way. Two, the fact that Beth was in a loving, long term relationship with another woman. Huge Kudos for both!!!
I continue to love Nat. She is such a calming, loving personality in a world of frenzy and action.
As always I love Martha Harmon Pardee's reading of these stories. I go from story to story, knowing exactly who is speaking. She really brings life and personality to the characters.
All of the Modern Witch books have had me laughing and crying. The most touching moments of this story were when the different people managed to connect, understand, and receive love.
Audible cannot put Debora Geary's books (with Martha Harmon Pardee performing them) out fast enough to suit me. I've already downloaded the next one and am excited to hear what happens next. Thank You!!!
The gift of magic is not only the characters to own but also an author who understands how to be different and yet to be part of a whole. And a narrator who can carry the emotions and glory of being different by the inflections in her voice. Kudos to both for bringing Autism spectrum awareness to many who may not have been touched by it. And for showing to those of us who deal with it everyday the glory of being different but not less.
Fantastic performance by Martha Harmon Pardee, again, I can't imagine another voice for this series. That being said, I was sadly disappointed in the story. The dramatic change to Nell's character didn't fit, and was unbelieveable. Throughout the book the reader feels like they are reading an infomercial for accepting and understanding autism and aysburgers (sp?). The entire work is very preachy and takes away from the wonderful characters and dynamic of the work. I have truly loved this series, but I wish I hadn't wasted the credit on this chapter of the story......
"Different also from the others."
To sum up A Different Witch in three words they would be Nell's personality transplant.This is because Nell was not herself in this book and I wanted to give her a slap. She was very self centred not her usual self. Gave the book some dissonance.
The magic in the circle done by the baby girl. But this also showed Nell's failings.
I love the bright and laughing voice.
It made me laugh, cry and be very annoyed at Nell.
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