- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 10 hours and 47 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Starling Publishing
- Audible.com Release Date: December 15, 2014
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00R1Y75CO
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Witch Song Audible – Unabridged
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Brusenna lives alone until danger faces her at home, it is her turn then to take up her mother's mantle as a witch and try to right the wrongs that have been inflicted due to the evil witches influence. This means that she must face her fears and venture into the outside world, alone.
Brusenna, now known as Senna, goes on a journey that tests her physically and mentally. She grows into a strong young woman and meets some friends and a romantic interest along the way. I loved that her growing up was gradual, it didn't happen overnight. She learns to trust others and to trust herself.
I loved the strength that she learns and shows. I loved that Amber Argyle created witches that are guardians who protect the land and sea. They create balance and help nature in it's proper function.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good story about the battle between good and evil, a young woman's journey from an awkward teen. The blossoming of friendship into love, and the true meaning of loyalty. This book is squeaky clean and any mother could feel comfortable and confident in their children reading it.
As an adult reader, I hold mixed feelings toward descriptions of ripped bodies, muscled flesh, etc. that YA romance overflows with lately. Yet as an author, I know genres have expected elements we fear to omit. Finding unique descriptors in future tales may yield more cross-over readers.
The excellent editing of grammar and cleansing of typos made reading smooth. The created world was fascinating, and research, where needed, was thorough. Overall, I enjoyed the three days I spent engrossed with the witches and their friends and foes. I would gladly return to their domain again.
Witch Song is the story of Senna. She is a sweet, sheltered girl whose life is turned on it's axis when she learns she and her mother are witches. Senna must find the strength and determination inside her, in order to navigate a world she knows nothing about and save the witches and nature. Along the way, she meets Joshen, who assists her on her quest. I did like the characters of Senna and Joshen. The quiet strength they both display is quite touching. They are "Everyman" heroes, doing their job without flash or bravado.
I also liked the basic plot points of Witch Song. The journey that Senna goes on is strange and interesting. The author did a terrific job of setting up the world of the story. I felt completely immersed in Witch Song.
However, there were a few things that turned me off to the book. There were several instances in which the story jumps ahead large amounts of time, such as six months or more. And that's fine if you have some indication of this. But in this book, those passages of time are mentioned as almost an afterthought.
Another part that bothered me is Pogg. Pogg is, well, a frog man... I think. I think that Pogg was supposed to be an interesting character, but he only annoyed me. And, Senna can turn into sea creatures. I just could not get on board with these turns in the story.
I really wanted to like this book. And sometimes I did. But the parts I didn't like, overshadowed the rest for me.
"Something soft turned into stone within her. She had no choice. She had to fight. She had to win."