Goodreads Book Blurb:
***Thanks to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for an eARC of this book. The following review is my honest reflection on the text provided.
Even though the two storylines took place fifty years apart, I really struggled to keep them straight. The characters were going through the same problems, and it would take pages before I could sort out which one I was reading about. It should not have been as difficult as it was for me, so I may be a distracted reader, but every time I came back to the book, it took longer than I should have to orient myself back into the story.
The Witch of Tin Mountain definitely got better as it went. The narrative picked up as Deirdre and Gracelynn figured out what was going on and started to form plans and take action. There were some strange moments…
But there was a clear direction, and even though you knew what was coming, the journey was interesting.
There are a lot of side characters and plots that come and go seemingly at random and some plot holes to overlook, but I enjoyed the main characters and their journeys and how everything came together in the end. It might have been a little messy, but we got there.
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