The Return of the Witch
By Paula Brackston
Paula Brackston's long-awaited sequel to the bestselling book The Witch's Daughter, The Return of the Witch is another bewitching tale of love and magic, featuring her signature blend of gorgeous writing, a fabulous and intriguing historical backdrop, and a headstrong and relatable heroine readers will cheer for.
After five years in the Summerlands, Gideon has gained his freedom. Elizabeth knows he will go straight for Tegan, and that she must protect the girl she had come to regard as her own daughter. In the time since she the dramatic night in Batchcombe woods, Tegan has traveled the world learning from all manner of witches, and she is no longer the awkward teenager and novice spellcaster she once was. However, her skills are no match for Gideon's dark, vengeful power, and he succeeds in capturing her. Will Elizabeth be able to find her? Will they be able to defeat their nemesis once and for all?
In a breathless journey that takes them through history, witch pursues warlock. Three people steeped in magic weave a new story, but not all will survive until the end.
PAULA BRACKSTON is the New York Times bestselling author of The Witch's Daughter and The Winter Witch. She has a master's degree in creative writing from Lancaster University in the UK. She lives in Wales with her family.
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01 Dec 2016
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A riveting tale of sorcery and time travel — Marie Claire on The Witch's Daughter
A sensitive, beautifully written account . . . If the Bronte sisters had penned magical realism, this would have been the result — Guardian, on The Winter Witch
The Winter Witch is one of the most magical and compelling novels I've ever read. A tender and exquisitely written tale, with a heroine who continues to haunt your dreams long after you close the book — Karen Maitland on The Winter Witch
You don't have to have read the bestselling The Witch's Daughter to relish this well-crafted sequel . . . A bewitching flight to a world of magic and mystery. — Sunday Mirror