TJ Burns — June 9, 2016
Diary of Anna the Girl Witch: Foundling Witch is a fun and exciting middle grade adventure.
I liked Anna from the start. She’s an independent, confident, and good-hearted thirteen year old, who, during the course of the book, discovers that she is a witch and has all kinds of magical powers.
It’s fun to follow Anna’s journey of self-discovery, along with her realization that magic can be used for good and bad, and that magical powers can be summoned by altruistic as well as destructive tendencies within herself. The inner-struggle is one of the most fascinating aspects of the story.
The lines between good and evil characters are drawn pretty early on and there are no big surprises there. But still, not everyone recognizes these lines, and there are some smaller surprises that add to the suspense.
I can highly recommend Diary of Anna the Girl Witch: Foundling Witch to all readers, middle-grade and up and I am looking forward to continuing with Anna on her journey in Wandering Witch.
Published January 1st 2016 by Helvetic House
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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