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Windwitch

A Witchlands Novel
Narrated by: Cassandra Campbell
Length: 14 hrs and 42 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (247 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

On a continent ruled by three empires, some are born with a "witchery", a magical skill that sets them apart from others.

In this follow-up to New York Times best-selling Truthwitch, a shadow man haunts the Nubrevnan streets, leaving corpses in his wake - and then raising those corpses from the dead. Windwitch continues the tale of Merik - cunning privateer, prince, and windwitch.

©2017 Susan Dennard (P)2017 Listening Library

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Liked the book, not the narrator

Reading the physical copy was much more enjoyable. The narrator was fine until the dialogue. She gave the characters accents which I felt was unnecessary and distracting. Merik sounded like a woman, and the inner dialogue was especially off putting.

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solid storytelling

looking forward to see the next book better than the first one ties up some questions about the first book

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An amazing sequel to an amazing first novel!

It was even better than I hoped! Susan Dennard is an amazing story teller and the voice actor really brings it to life with her accents and characters. Read the first book and then read this one!

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Windwitch

I didn't much like the narrative in this one or the fact that they never all met back together.

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  • Victoria
  • 02-26-19

Great story

I was not expecting anything special from this book series when I read the first one, but I liked the story idea and concept of threadwitchs, truthwitchs and all the other powers there are. An original idea...which is uncommon. However I was not too impressed with the first one so left it for a while until my friend asked if I had read the second one…. So I thought why not let's give it a go.


I reread the first one and actually really liked it this time so much that I read the second in the series (this one) straight away! The story was a good one that gripped me at parts and I enjoyed reading. The plot is a bit less predictable than the first one, but seems to drag even with the fast pace. I also came up with the same problem as the first book….. I really liked the book and story…. But I was struggling to understand and follow it. Maybe it's the writing style or my dyslexia but I had to read it twice to understand and really like it.


I would give it a try if you liked the first one and I can see its the ‘development of the characters’ book in the series but it didn't leave me needing to read Bloodwitch instantly.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 06-28-18

Enjoyed it!

I didn't really like the narration of the first book but I did like this book (my main issue was with Iseult's voice in the first book). I loved the magic system and the politics now that the 20 year peace truce is over. I absolutely loved all the Iseult and Aeduan scenes. I wasn't really invested in Vivian or Merick's story until half way through the book but then was hooked. I also liked Safi's story but not as much as the first book. I can definitely see this series as a movie franchise and I think that would be amazing!!! Can't wait to read Sightwitch now and then will have to wait for Bloodwitch next year!