The Witch Haven
Frances Hallowell feels as if luck has abandoned her at every turn. First, it’s the mysterious death of her brother, then she finds herself on the cusp of a dark situation when her boss forces himself upon her. Then, in the very next moment, he collapses in a pool of his own blood with a pair of sewing scissors plunged in his neck. The thing is, Frances wasn’t the one who put them there. Strangely enough, this is the very moment Frances’ life takes a turn, opening the door to a new life she never expected… What is disguised as a sanitarium, Frances quickly learns, is actually an academy for witches, and Frances’ life will never be the same. Now, thrown amid a struggle for magical power, Frances must quickly decipher her newfound magic, the sacred bonds of sisterhood, a budding romance, and the answers behind her brother’s death in order to decide what truly matters most.
Sasha Peyton Smith whisks readers right into the middle of 1911 while delivering a story of magic, witches, sacrifice, and female power. With a cast of strong female characters and wonderful magic, The Witch Haven highlights the lengths one will go to for answers while weighing the sacrifices one must make along the way.
|Author||Sasha Peyton Smith|
|Page Count||448 pages|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|
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