eBook Witchstruck epub

by Victoria' 'Lamb

eBook Witchstruck epub
  • ISBN: 055256611X
  • Author: Victoria' 'Lamb
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Corgi Childrens (2012)
  • ePUB size: 1182 kb
  • FB2 size 1837 kb
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Victoria Lamb lives in a farmhouse on the wild fringes of Bodmin Moor with her husband, five kids, two cats and a crazed Irish Red Setter. See if your friends have read any of Victoria Lamb's books.

Victoria Lamb lives in a farmhouse on the wild fringes of Bodmin Moor with her husband, five kids, two cats and a crazed Irish Red Setter. Victoria Lamb’s Followers (208).

The last time I had heard that voice, it had been whipping a crowd of villagers into religious fervour while they watched my aunt burn.

The last time I had heard that voice, it had been whipping a crowd of villagers into religious fervour while they watched my aunt burn ot a trace found. The witchfinder sounded worryingly sure of himself. But how? Malcolm was no friend of Marcus Dent’s. My cousin would never have told Dent where to find us, even in a fit of spite. Besides, we had only left Malcolm and Tom Dorville a short while back. News of our whereabouts could not have reached Dent so quickly

The Secret Circle meets The Other Boleyn Girl in Witchstruck, the first book of the magical Tudor Witch trilogy.

If she sink, she be no witch and shall be drowned. If she float, she be a witch and must be hanged  . The Secret Circle meets The Other Boleyn Girl in Witchstruck, the first book of the magical Tudor Witch trilogy.

Desire and power collide in the court of Elizabeth I. Warwickshire, 1575. While studying Elizabethan and Jacobean playwrights at university, Victoria Lamb had a desire to write a series of novels about Shakespeare's 'Dark Lady'

Desire and power collide in the court of Elizabeth I. While studying Elizabethan and Jacobean playwrights at university, Victoria Lamb had a desire to write a series of novels about Shakespeare's 'Dark Lady'. Daughter of the prolific novelist Charlotte Lamb, Victoria lives in Warwickshire - also known as Shakespeare Country - only twenty minutes from Kenilworth Castle where The Queen's Secret is set. She is presently working on her new novel featuring Lucy Morgan.

The Secret Circle meets The Other Boleyn Girl in Witchstruck, the first book of the magical Tudor Witch trilogy.

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Read Witchstruck, by Victoria Lamb online on Bookmate – If she sink, she be no witch and shall be drowned. Meg Lytton has always known she is differe. If she sink, she be no witch and shall be drowned. Meg Lytton has always known she is different-that she bears a dark and powerful gift. But in 1554 England, in service at Woodstock Palace to the banished Tudor princess Elizabeth, it has never been more dangerous to practise witchcraft. Meg knows she must guard her secret carefully from the many suspicious eyes watching over the princess and her companions.

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Again Lamb, where is this woman’s death?! So Elizabeth has another plan, get to the King. He can stop the accusations.

Witchfall is the second novel in The Tudor Witch Trilogy by Victoria Lamb and I was so impressed! It would definitely be helpful to read the first book in the series before reading Witchfall but I haven’t read the first in the series, and I wasn’t confused so that’s good. Again Lamb, where is this woman’s death?! So Elizabeth has another plan, get to the King.

Second -the romance was interesting, a Spanish priest and a young witch. Alejandro is protective of Meg, a very good thing considering some of the things that happen

Second -the romance was interesting, a Spanish priest and a young witch. Alejandro is protective of Meg, a very good thing considering some of the things that happen. He is much more open minded about witchcraft than the English are and he isn't one to condemn her for it. Nor is he able to leave her to her plight. He has to rescue her from her enemies several times but only because her plans went awry not because she's helpless. If she float, she be a witch and must be hanged

If she sink, she be no witch and shall be drowned.

Comments: (7)
Mayno
Bought as a gift, and they loved it. Great price and fast shipping.
Eyalanev
Very interesting historical fiction - in many ways reminded me of Mary Hooper, which is entirely a compliment. However, things like lamb's innards, etc. kind of haunt you throughout. A rushed ending as well that was a little odd.
Pooker
I was immediately pulled into this book and could hardly put it down. I read every night before I go to sleep and would go to bed early just to read it. I can't wait for the next book in the series!
Era
Th history and storyline were great. Can’t wait until I read book two. It should be as rewarding as book one.
Teonyo
I just loved the historical detail & the idea of witchcraftery as a reality for these people. Such a great story
Thundershaper
My daughter loves the book.
YSOP
In the Fifteen-hundred's witchcraft was seen as an act of the devil and those presumed to practice magic were either hanged or burned at the stake. The harsh brutality of the times is brought vividly to life in this wonderfully rich historical novel, targeted towards the younger reader with a teenage main protagonist. Witchcraft was shrouded in unexplained mystery and ambiguity; practiced in secret and under cover of darkness and moonlight. This spinechilling story captures the dangerous fascination with the supernatural, by highlighting its use in practice whilst staying true to the times. Brought to mind where many historical novels that explore Witchcraft and the punishment process, for people were scared (terrified even) and turned to God for guidance.

Meg Lytton is gifted with Magick. Raised as a student by her Aunt Jane, she spends many years perfecting her craft and is summoned to perform rituals to none other than Elizabeth (daughter of Henry VIII). Betrothed to the dangerous Witchfinder Marcus Dent and imprisoned at Woodstock, Meg is constantly threatened by outside forces of evil. With the unexpected arrival of young Spanish priest Alejandro De Castillo, whom she is irresistibly drawn, Meg is torn between her heart and her secret. The constant threat of exposure is never more prominent when Elizabeth is drawn into the web of magick versus God ~ a debate that has been going on for years.

This thrilling tale of deception, danger and desire is simply stunning and contains a perfect balance of young adult/ teen angst within a realistic historical backdrop. The enchanting romance that begins to emerge between Meg and the priest lightens the tone of this otherwise quite serious story, of a time filled with frightening occurrences and ignorance to the unexplained. The main characters innocence is very endearing, even if it does lead her into trouble and the divergence between those of pure heart and the corrupt is very acute. Alejandro is not only Meg's confidant and friend he also proves how strong he feels, by essentially facing danger head on despite the risks and consequences. With a small cast of distinctive, memorable characters this is a tale that you can easily follow and become entangled within. I am very much looking forward to reading the next installment within this magical series, which I presume will focus more on their relationship as Meg grows up into a young lady rather than just the Witchcraft that this book focuses on more.

Book 1 in the Tudor Witch Trilogy is a fantastic historical paranormal read, and something that I would recommend to fans of Philipa Gregory.

*I won a paperback copy of 'Witchstruck' by Victoria Lamb through a Goodreads, First-Read giveaway*
Reading books in this trying time has always fascinates me. I adore the richness of this world created and what it could bring to the reader.

Plot: This is a historical fiction with a bit of fantasy. A young lady named Meg is a witch and has to hide it. She is also under the advisement of a future queen Elizabeth who is facing political struggles as well. Each chapter fully engages the reader in the world, characters and different elements of fantasy. The intensity of how they live to extreme people, the astonishing weight of the overall story really brings me in deeper. I'm super excited to read the next book already.

Love: With all the drama surrounding political wars and family, I loved that this character has her moments as well. She meets this guy, Alejandro, who happens to be a Spanish priest in training. The moments that they get to have gives the story something more to look forward to. The ending of the book leaves me excited and anxious to see where this relationship will go.

Political: As I have mention before, this story does a great job in capturing friendships along with lots of political and power struggles. Even though Meg is dear friends with Elizabeth, Elizabeth herself is under pressure to act accordingly. Everything she does is under careful eye of her older sister and queen. Seeing how everything is dealt in court with vast proportions of emotions like anger and blame, the world is on Elizabeth's shoulder. She must prove herself or cease everything that has to do with the throne. Talk about pressure!

An intriguing read that is faithful to the era, Witchstruck is an success. With amazing elements, it feels like you are actually in the story. A riveting story of love and magic, Witchstruck is awesome!
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