Week Twenty-Four 2015 (June 11 – June 17)

84. The Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker

  • The Witch Hunter; Book 1
  • Young Adult
  • Historical Fantasy
  • Female main character–Elizabeth
  • Your greatest enemy isn’t what you fight, but what you fear.

    Elizabeth Grey is one of the king’s best witch hunters, devoted to rooting out witchcraft and doling out justice. But when she’s accused of being a witch herself, Elizabeth is arrested and sentenced to burn at the stake.

    Salvation comes from a man she thought was her enemy. Nicholas Perevil, the most powerful and dangerous wizard in the kingdom, offers her a deal: he will save her from execution if she can break the deadly curse that’s been laid upon him.

    But Nicholas and his followers know nothing of Elizabeth’s witch hunting past–if they find out, the stake will be the least of her worries. And as she’s thrust into the magical world of witches, ghosts, pirates, and one all-too-handsome healer, Elizabeth is forced to redefine her ideas of right and wrong, of friends and enemies, and of love and hate.

No, it wasn’t the most unpredictable thing ever. But did that stop me from loving it? Nope.

Verdict: ❤


85. Ungodly by Kendare Blake

  • Goddess War; Book 3
  • Young Adult
  • Urban Fantasy
  • Female main characters–Athena & Cassandra
  • For the Goddess of Wisdom, what Athena didn’t know could fill a book. That’s what Ares said.

    So she was wrong about some things. So the assault on Olympus left them beaten and scattered and possibly dead. So they have to fight the Fates themselves, who, it turns out, are the source of the gods’ illness. And sure, Athena is stuck in the underworld, holding the body of the only hero she has ever loved.

    But Hermes is still topside, trying to power up Andie and Henry before he runs out of time and dies, or the Fates arrive to eat their faces.

    And Cassandra is up there somewhere too. On a quest for death. With the god of death.

    Just because things haven’t gone exactly according to plan, it doesn’t mean they’ve lost. They’ve only mostly lost. And there’s a big difference

I am satisfied. It wasn’t a nice happy everything in a bow ending, and while I am not overjoyed per say, I am satisfied.

Verdict: Great ending!


Book of the Week


❤ Rae


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