Atmospheric, but weak ending,
This review is from: The Witch's Trinity (Paperback)
The title really appealed to me as I really enjoy books set in this era and think it is important to understand how far women have come in their fight for equality. I liked that the story was told from the view point of an elderly lady as this is quite rare - normally stories are told from people in their prime, not when they are reaching the end of it! The description of what life was like then, the way famine changed people and the power of the church is very vivid and you really get a sense of how life was like then.
I don't want to spoil it for anyone who is thinking of reading the book, but I think that the author chickened out at the end and could have finished it on a more plausable note.
So, all in all, read it, enjoy it, but don't be surprised if you are left wanting!