Enter the gates of Witchtown to find a mischievous coming-of-age story for fans of Alice Hoffman’s Practical Magic and the Danielle Paige’s Dorothy Must Die series.
In the wake of the Second Inquisition, modern day witches live in witch-only communities called Havens. Sixteen-year-old Macie and her mother, Aubra, are grifters, making their living by traveling between the Havens, robbing them, then using Aubra’s power to erase the evidence.
Macie is sick of stealing and wants out. But her mother convinces her to stay and pull one last heist – the last job they’ll ever have to do – in the most famous and mysterious Haven of them all: Witchtown.
Praise for Witchtown
SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL
“[A]n appealing combination of the paranormal and romance genres, sure to please older Harry Potter fans . . . a creative approach to the witch and wizard genre . . . [a]n engaging tale with enjoyable characters.”
KIRKUS “This uncomplicated, romantic story will charm reluctant readers who want a little magic.”
BOOKLIST “This genre-blender – think Ocean’s 11 meets Charmed – is an enjoyable coming-of-age tale sure to be a hit with readers who like their romance or mystery with a hint of the paranormal.”
“[A] fast, fun read . . . A great selection for a teen book discussion, this book will find a wide audience in most libraries.”
BULLETIN OF THE CENTER OF CHILDREN’S BOOKS
“[R]eaders will cheer when she finally takes her mother down in a scene that is both unexpected and satisfying.”
SCHOOL LIBRARY CONNECTION
“A fun trip into a paranormal world”