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Told from the perspective of 10 year old Sarah Carrier, this is story about the Salem witch trials.
I finished reading this book quite quickly, and there wasn't any part of the book that made me feel like putting it down out of boredom.
This book is well researched and beautifully written, and it is just amazing to me that is a debut novel.
At first I was really into this book. Then after a while it was kind of hard to read because it was uninteresting and was monotone. The end was really good.Published 8 days ago by Bethany Norwood
I am not even done with the story yet, but i love it. well written and intriguing...Published 10 days ago by ktred
This is a very well written story from a unique perspective. It is an interesting period of history and rings true as to how this kind of thing could have happened. Read morePublished 11 days ago by SusieQ
When reading this book, I could feel Sarah's pain and agony. This period is a blot on history, like the communist trials. I had never read a book from this perspective. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Kathleen R. Coates
I will never forget this book! It will haunt me forever. Very well written and very believable. On my favorites list!Published 1 month ago by Brendagayle
Beautiful writing, with evocative language that fits the time and place. I will definitely read more books by this author.Published 1 month ago by tishrickards
As someone who grew up in New England and went to college in Salem MA, I was interested in reading this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anne M. Tennison
Intricately woven story told from the vantage point of a young girl living in Andover, several miles outside Salem. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jocelyn Green
Cannot believe this is Ms. Kent's first novel. The Heretic's Daughter gave an emotional perspective on the Salem Village witch trials. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robin A. Beth