Through space and time, sisters entwined. Lost then found, souls remain bound.
Three sisters escape the Salem witch trials when the eldest casts a spell that hurtles their souls forward through time. After centuries separated, fate has finally reunited them in the present day.
One the healer, one the teacher, and one the deceiver.
Will their reunion return their full powers, or end their soul's journey forever?
A Witches of BlackBrook novel.
©2015 Tish Thawer (P)2016 Tish Thawer
When, in 1693, Karina was tried as a witch, she created a spell that launched her soul and the souls of her 2 sisters forward in time, but unbeknownst to her, a powerful demon got caught in the spell and was brought with them. This demon knows that if the sisters find each other again, they will become too powerful, so every generation it works against them to keep them apart. This generation though, Karina is known as Trin, and along with the sister she always finds, they search for the lost one. This time, someone shows up whom Trin feels like is her sister, but can she trust her? And how can she know for sure?
This sounded so promising and like something I would adore, but unfortunately, I only kind of liked it. The characters were well written but I found that they didn't grow during the story. I found them all to be fairly flat and one dimensional. Even Trin wasn't as I pictured her. She was supposed to be a really powerful witch but I felt like she didn't do anything throughout the story.
Now I did enjoy the flashbacks showing us what led up to the big spell, I enjoyed the fact that the witches souls keep going and that they "know" themselves each time, I even enjoyed the demon and his POVs. I just felt like something was missing. I think I wanted a little more action and magic, to be honest. Plus the "romance" was so eye rollingly typical that I really didn't buy it.
Anyway, even with the things I didn't like, this was still an OK read. It kept my attention throughout and was an easy listen.
Michelle Marie was easy to listen to and was clear and concise, but I found she kept the same tones for all the girls and it was quite confusing trying to figure out who was talking. I think she needs to add a little variety, especially with so many girls in the book!
*I received a copy of this for review. This in no way affected my thoughts.*
Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything. - Plato
This was an interesting and fun book to listen. It was an unique look at witches and Wiccan and what happened several centuries ago when they were persecuted and burned.
This audiobook goes back and forth between the past and present. It was easy to understand and keep up with. The Author did a great job tying things together.
I loved all the twists and turns. It is not often I'm totally blown away but the way things progressed and things are not always as they seem.
The narrator did a great job bringing the story to life. The pace was great. I was able to follow it easily.
If you like story about witches you will enjoy this book. Three sisters trying to find their way back to each other after being separated for centuries . There is some suspense, drama, & romance.
**This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion**
I love reading mystical and magical books. This particular one was so captivating. The twist at the end was not one I saw coming and that made it even more exciting and hard to put down. Definite page turner.
I listened to the audio version and am very pleased with it. I think the narrator did a great job with her voice inflections to keep suspense and excitement in the words. Took less than a day to finish (about 5 hours of audio time) but as I said I couldn't put it down.
I am at that half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lol
Three sisters have been finding each other through time.Thinking that she was only looking for 1 sister Trin is excited to have found the other.Oddly Kit,sister 2,is not happy.As it turns out everyone has been affected by a curse from long ago Salem witch trials.
I liked this one.Sometimes juvenile,sometimes just too wordy,Narrated nicely by Michelle Marie,it's a good read.
I was gifted this book for an honest review.
Quick, entertaining and interesting magical paranormal story.
The story is told between the past and present. Really liked the "past" parts of the story.
While the story was entertaining and enjoyable it was pretty easy to figure out who the deceiver in the trio was. Although there are a few twists in the story you don't see coming.
While Michelle Marie has a pleasant voice she needs to slow down, it sounds like she is rushing through the narration.(female voices) When she was narrating the part of Jason her narration was good. Not to fast. There was not much change in each of the female character voices. She did a pretty good voice for the "evil" entity.
Saying end of chapter is annoying, a slight pause and then saying new chapter number is enough.
This Audiobook was provided by the author, narrator or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom
I am just girl who loves my husband, dogs, shopping online and books!
i really liked this book. found it to be a very enjoyable read and I read it( listened) in one sitting. I love all the Wiccan content in the story line. it was very nicely done.
The book starts off in the 1600s When Trin ( Katrina) is faceed with being called a witch is about to be burned at the stakes alive. Karina does a spell to save herself and her sisters from suffering that painful death. The spell sent her and her sisters through time but it also split them up forcing them to once again find each other in each life time that they will live.
Karina has no problem finding one of 3 sisters through her life times but she has never found the other and because of that their powers are weakened. its a great story about her trying to find her last sister with lots of twists and turns! All in all a very enjoyable book!
I really enjoyed the narrater bringing this story to life!
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator for an unbiased review via Audiobook Blast or Audio Boom..
Yes. The narrator needed to slow the pace. It was far too fast. I felt like she was in a rush.
It was very original. Hard to say.
Anybody that would have taken their time.
I really can't answer that. A book is way different than any movie.
Tish Thawer did a fine job of writing. The narrator was simply faster than I like.
The narrator was annoying and the book was so disjointed, first it's 1609, then it's present day, then it's some bad guy somewhere doing bad guy stuff. Plus the characters were so one dimensional. I actually wish I could get my money back on this one.
Paranormal-urban fantasy book lover!
I received this book for free from the author/narrator for an honest and unbiased review.
This was a cute & mysterious read about 3 sisters trying to find each other after being apart since around the 1600's. There are some good twists and turns but the narrator was not the right one for this book. I think a different more charismatic narrator would have made this book a lot better listen. I think reading this book for me would have been a different experience.
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