6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
It's ok, but it won't set you on fire!,
This review is from: The Witch's Trinity (Hardcover)
I obviously didn't expect this book to be a light-hearted read, but I did still struggle with the darkness and desperation of it all. It's well written, if slightly repetitive in its primitive notions of life at that time - i got a little bit tired of the term 'rutting' which seemed to be included at every given opportunity! However, I warmed to it more as the story developed and was glad I persevered with it, although by no means would I describe it as a gripping read.
Incidentally, I really enjoyed reading about Erika Mailman's ancestor who had been accused of witchcraft within the Author's Note at the back of the book and in many ways I wonder if it might have made a more interesting story than the one written...