I received this book at no cost from the publisherThe Blue Witch (The Witches of Orkney #1) by Alane Adams
Published by SparkPress on October 23, 2018
Before Sam Baron broke Odin’s curse on the witches to become the first son born to a witch and the hero of the Legends of Orkney series, his mother was a young witchling growing up in the Tarkana Witch Academy. In this first book of the prequel series, the Witches of Orkney, nine-year-old Abigail Tarkana is determined to grow up to be the greatest witch of all, even greater than her evil ancestor Catriona. Unfortunately, she is about to fail Spectacular Spells class because her witch magic hasn’t come in yet. Even worse, her nemesis, Endera, is making life miserable by trying to get her kicked out.
When her new friend Hugo’s life is put in danger by a stampeding sneevil, a desperate Abigail manages to call up her magic―only to find out it’s unlike any other witchling’s at the Tarkana Witch Academy! As mysteries deepen around her magic and just who her true parents are, Abigail becomes trapped in a race against time to undo one of her spells before she is kicked out of the coven forever!
Rich in Norse mythology, The Blue Witch is the first of a fast-paced young reader series filled with magical spells, mysterious beasts, and witch-hungry spiders!
Praise for THE BLUE WITCH
“An enchanting new book full of magical mischief and adventure, Alane Adams’s The Blue Witch is guaranteed to please” ―Foreword Clarion Reviews
“Bright, brave characters star in this exhilarating tale of magic and mystical creatures.” ―Kirkus Reviews
Alane Adams is a children’s author, professor, and literacy advocate. She is the author of the Legends of Orkney fantasy mythology series for tweens; she also writes Early American picture books for young children. Adams lives in Southern California.
My laptop of course! And plenty of caffeine and snacks to keep me going. Usually a copy of my books for reference since I’m writing a series and I forget what I said! A candle to scent the air and give me that warm and cozy feel.
Angelica Dimeo says
I last was at the Circus when I was a kid
Judy Thomas says
I haven’t been to the circus for years, since I was a little girl. I didn’t like the way the animals were treated and never went again.
The last time I was at the circus was 20 years ago when my son was four. Friends had joined a traveliing circus I know it sounds made up but my best friend since kindergarten was a teacher and he was a horse trainer so they decided to join the circus and are still travelling with them in australia
Linda Chretien says
The last time was about 10 years ago when my daughter was about 1 year old
Elizabeth Robinson says
The last time I was at the circus was a long time ago as a child.
Mary Preston says
I haven’t been to the circus since I was a child.
Wanda B says
The last time I went was when I was just a little girl.
About 1980 is when I was last at the circus.
Penny Olson says
I was a child when I went to the circus. I won’t go to circuses with animals because they are cruel to animals.
Lella Reguia says
The book sounds good and the cover is beautiful !
It’s been a long time since I’ve been to the circus.
Don’t like seeing the animals that way.
Would love to see Cirque du Soleil.