The Nature of Witches
The natural world is in turmoil: wildfires rage, once in a lifetime storms occur regularly, and temperatures soar or plummet out of season. These anomalies have always been remedied by the magic of witches, but as the stakes get higher and the weather gets worse, Everwitch Clara Densmore finds herself at the center of a battle she isn’t ready to fight in Rachel Griffin’s The Nature of Witches.
Everwitches are rare; they are in touch with their magic through all four seasons. Unlike other witches who are strongest and most in control in one season, an Everwitch can practice and feel all year long. But there is a price. There is a mortal danger that comes with that kind of power; the kind of power that can consume its host and destroy everything and everyone in its path. Clara knows this and is terrified of losing even more people she loves if she works to harness and control her ability.
Until she meets Sang, the gifted Spring witch and botanist charged with helping her. Their relationship gives Clara strength and eventually brings her to an understanding of The Nature of Witches that can save not only the world but Clara herself.
|Page Count||384 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|