A Secret History of Witches by Louisa Morgan
At nearly 500 pages, Louisa Morgan’s A Secret History of Witches (2017) might seem daunting, but it’s partitioned into five sections, individually focusing on a subsequent member of the Orchiére family as they flee persecution in France, set up roots in England, and eventually become involved in World War II. I zipped through this book in an afternoon, and while romance does have its own part to play, the interactions between mothers and their daughters is the most significant aspect of the novel.
That was my view as well, as you'll see in my soon-to-post review
Thanks, Marion! This past academic year was so hectic that I read hardly anything for fun. I'm looking forward to…
It's great to read a review from you again, Kat!
Witch King! Although I really wanted more information/story from between the two timelines.
Only read 5 in may but managed to finally finish 2 series. Three of my reads were NetGalley advance reads…