Tag Archives: Witches

Cover reveal: C E Dimond’s A Lost Legacy series

The Paisley Piranhas are delighted to celebrate the beautiful new covers for CE Dimond’s fabulous Lost Legacies series. A Lost Legacy: Awakening (Lost Legacies 1)  By C.E Dimond 258 Pages | Write Addictions Publishing Finn Adams thought she knew what … Continue reading

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Review: Crystal Magic by Madeline Freeman

  “I want more!” About the book: Nothing is safe around Kristyl Barnette. Windows break. Books rocket across the room. Lights flicker. Strange occurrences follow the sixteen-year-old everywhere. She’s an outcast at her school, but everything changes in the blink … Continue reading

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Red Witch by Anna McKerrow

Red Witch starts immediately after the end of Anna McKerrow’s Crow Moon (see my 5-piranha review here), moving over the border from the Greenworld, a corner of England run on ecological principles by witches, to the Redworld, where a war … Continue reading

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Crow Moon by Anna McKerrow

In the not-too-distant future, Devon and Cornwall have been barricaded off from the rest of Britain to form the Greenworld, a society run on ecological principles and governed by witches. Beyond the border lies the Redworld, where wars over the … Continue reading

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Dark Spell by Gill Arbuthnot

Official blurb: Fifteen-year-year-old Callie Hall has just found out that she is a witch…and things keep going wrong. Sometimes her mind seems to make things happen, things she cannot control. She can set fire to things without a match, and … Continue reading

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Half Bad by Sally Green

Before I even start telling you what I think about Half Bad, let me tell you how much I love the cover. I’m no designer, so I’m not going to try to tell you why I like it, but the … Continue reading

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