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A young adult novel where magic and witches are a background but also teenaged life, emotional struggles and deep friendships play vital roles. It's a bit dark but also captivating.
It seems the norm now that high school juniors and senior are coffee addicts. Is this real life? I really liked that there was a strong message here that school, studying and learning are very important. And of course friendship, and acceptance. Reece is a nice outspoken girl, even when dealing with conflicts. I liked her spirit.
Reece is sent to Saxton Academy after a traumatic experience and the loss of her two best friends. It's an elite and privileged school where she soon finds there are other supernatural forces that must be dealt with. She is befriended by Carden, Eli, and Tuesday and soon shares a special connection with Eli. There is evil coming and they all need to prepare for it.
The printed copy that I read needed more editing. I found many proofreading errors.
The main character Reece has just discovered she is a witch and that knowledge isn't going over so well she
lost her two best friends in a car accident that left her the only survivor. She has been sent away to a school to try to start over
and come to grip with the loss of her friends , this is where she meets Carden and Eli who are also witches who have to help
learn about the craft and keep her from being killed by an unknown evil force. I gave this five stars and I highly recommend
it to anyone who liked books about witches. Really good, easy to read and definitely want more. This is Mackenzie's first novel and I
think it is a fabulous story. Hope there is a book 2 and maybe 3 also.