Leigh has been married to a Hawthorne for a decade, but never knew the family secret: the Hawthornes are witches. When the dynamic Preacher Cody instigates a new, world-wide witch hunt, Leigh must choose sides. Will she stand with her husband and children, or will she run? This isn't the first witch hunt the Hawthornes have faced, but it could be their last. Will anyone survive?
Would you listen to Witch Hunt again? Why?
As good as this book is there a few things that will keep me from re-listening.First off this is a somber book. While there are some happy moments most of the book deals with coming tragedy of (as the title suggests) a witch hunt. I might have like this book better if I knew there was going to be a follow up but as it has been years since the book was published it I just could not help but feel that I was going though it all for nothing.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
Lukewarm.... like the rest of the book the ending is somber.
What about Rebecca Cook’s performance did you like?
She really manages to capture the emotional tone of the book
Any additional comments?
This is a well written book on how hate only breeds more hate.<br/><br/>If you can enjoy a good tragedy I say this is a good choice
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