Book one in the Tales of Aradia: The Last Witch series
About Tales of Aradia: The Last Witch
Unknown to the humans who hung innocent people at the Salem Witch Trials real witches of the hidden race were killed for fear of exposure or at least that's what all the vampires, werewolves, and other races thought.There was not one witch whom survived the genocide of the Salem Witch Trials. But one day a girl named Aradia moves to Salem, MA and all that changes.
An interesting story about an unique girl and a original take on the Salem witch trials.
The beginning of this book was great, I like the story about all the real witches that needed to be executed during the Salem witch trails because the other supernatural beings “The hidden race” was afraid of exposure to humans.
The story was so well written and I read the whole book very fast. It’s an easy read and I must complement L. A. Jones on her writing style.
Especially her descriptions was very interesting to read.
We follow Aradia, she’s a strong and outspoken protagonist.
I like that she has to deal with having beyond great powers and still go to school and try to act normal.
The thing I was sad about was that the book at one point got sidetracked and a little irritating. Every boy Aradia sees is more hot and amazing than the one before and it got to much for me. I wanted more witch and less teenage drama.
The plot was enjoyable and it kept me hanging on to the book, but I really look forward to the “big plot” that this book build towards and I hope to get to know more about it and witches in the next book.
I also can’t wait to see Aradia grow as a witch and as a person, and I’m very interested to follow the next chapter in her life in book two.
I give Tales of Aradia: The Last Witch 3 out of 5.
[Thank you Laura Antonia Freeman for sending me a copy of your book]
Next books in this series:
2# Tales of Aradia The Last Witch Volume 2
3# Tales of Aradia The Last Witch Volume 3