The Witch's Daughter

Author: Paula Brackston

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Fiction

Page: 464

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A New York Times Bestseller: Part historical romance, part modern fantasy, The Witch's Daughter is a 'lyrical and spell-binding' take on the magical and dangerous world of witches (Mary Sharratt, author of Daughters of the Witching Hill) In the spring of 1628, young Bess Hawksmith watches her mother's body swing limp from the Hanging Tree. She knows that only one man can save her from the same fate - Gideon Masters, the Warlock. She knows, too, that his help comes at a steep price. In present-day England, Elizabeth[HT1] has built a quiet life for herself. She has spent the centuries in solitude, moving from place to place, surviving plagues, wars and the heartbreak that comes with immortality. Her loneliness comes to an abrupt end when she is befriended by a teenage girl called Tegan. Against her better judgment, Elizabeth opens her heart to Tegan and begins teaching her the ways of the Hedge Witch. But Gideon is hunting her still. He will stop at nothing, determined even after centuries to claim her soul. And now, Bess is not fighting to save herself alone: now, she must protect the girl she has grown to love like a daughter. "A lyrical and spell-binding time travel fantasy featuring an immortal witch who must summon all her powers to defeat the evil hounding her through the centuries." --Mary Sharratt, author of Daughters of the Witching Hill "Women will certainly love the independent, feisty female characters, but the narrative is wonderfully imaginative and the plot fast-moving and filled with action. . . Highly recommended for witches and warlocks alike." --Historical Novel Society "Brackston's first novel offers well-crafted characters in an absorbing plot and an altogether delicious blend of historical fiction and fantasy." --Booklist

The Witch's Daughter

Author: Nina Bawden

Publisher: Faber & Faber

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 160

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On the Scottish island of Skua, friendship develops between the lonely and mysterious Perdita and a blind girl, Janey. Both possess a kind of second sight - Janey's is the ability to hear, feel and remember more than others, and Perdita's is the ominous legacy of her being a witch's daughter. When Janey's brother, Tom, starts investigating a cluster of mysterious events and suspicious characters, all three become entwined in an adventure of hidden jewels, desperate criminals and dangerous detection. Written in 1963, The Witch's Daughter showcases Nina Bawden's innate regard for the integrity of her young characters. As she has said: 'I like writing for children. It seems to me that most people underestimate their understanding and the strength of their feelings and in my books for them I try to put this right.' Hugely admired on publication by both reviewers and readers, it was described as 'thrilling' by the Times Literary Supplement.

The Witch's Daughter

Author: R.A. Salvatore

Publisher: Del Rey

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Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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With the bold adventure and brilliant magic that have made him one of fantasy's bestselling authors, R. A. Salvatore continues the epic series that began with Echoes of the Fourth Magic. Join him for a spellbinding tale of darkness, fantasia, and unbridled imagination. Though many perished in the dark times past, a precious few survivors escaped, fleeing certain doom to find a dazzling, dangerous land of wonder. Here wizards and witches inhabited forests spun from enchantment and towers of celestial beauty. But in this place of promised safety, the Black Warlock was rising from the ashes of defeat--with an insatiable lust to dominate the world. Square in the path of peril was Rhiannon, the gently reared daughter of the Emerald Witch. As hamlets from the Crystal Mountains to Avalon fell before the fury of the Black Warlock, the young witch sensed a sudden call; strange, terrifying powers tingled within her body. Now Rhiannon had to summon these new, untested abilities to stop the ancient warlock, an enemy who had long since mastered the forces of the universe and bent them to his diabolical will. . . From the Paperback edition.

The Witch's Daughter

Author: Cade Merrill

Publisher: Bantam Books for Young Readers

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Category: Fiction

Page: 181

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When Cade Merrill's cousin disappears from her home, he becomes determined to discover what happened and suspects that there is a connection between the disappearance and Lee Papert, who might be the Blair Witch's daughter.

The Witch's Daughter

Author: Leigh Ann Edwards

Publisher: Tule Publishing

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Category: Fiction

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Healer, witch, and commoner Alainn McCreary battles valiantly to control her growing magical powers and to ignore her doomed yearning for noble Killian O’Brien, a man who is far above her station and betrothed to a noble, dark-eyed Scottish beauty. Alone, she continues her quest to break the bitter curse that dooms not only the powerful O’Brien Clan but also Alainn and Killian’s future happiness. Threatened by dark forces, a powerful chieftain, and a suspicious priest, loyal, valiant and handsomely virile Killian vows to fight at his beloved Alainn’s side even as he realizes time is running out for both of them. The Witch’s Daughter, set in the mystical landscape of ancient Ireland, weaves romance, adventure and the supernatural into a sensual tale of love and longing that darkly whispers “What wouldn’t you do for love?” The Irish Witch Series Book 1: The Farrier's Daughter Book 2: The Witch's Daughter Book 3: The Chieftain's Daughter

Elizabeth, The Witch's Daughter

Author: Lynda M. Andrews

Publisher: Canelo

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Category: Fiction

Page: 250

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Elizabeth I: From princess, to outcast, to the world’s most powerful queen It is recorded that never once during her life did Elizabeth Tudor speak of her mother Anne Boleyn; but did she never think of her? As a little girl, Elizabeth Tudor knows she is a princess but one day is suddenly told she is now 'the Lady Elizabeth'. She witnesses from the sidelines the glittering splendour of her father's court, and the terrifying consequences of his wrath. With few she can trust, Elizabeth comes to womanhood during the reigns of her brother and sister, shrouded by a web of deceit. She lives in constant danger, yet rises above her detractors to defy her mother’s legacy, and go down in history as one of England’s most ruthless and powerful monarchs. Her life became a testament to the ambitions demonstrated of her parents. Just how much of an influence did Henry VIII’s most notorious wife have on her child? And was Elizabeth's accession Anne Boleyn's final triumph over death? A powerful and compelling tale about the tumultuous beginnings of the Virgin Queen, this is the perfect read for fans of Anne O’Brien, Elizabeth Chadwick and Alison Weir. It is the first of four newly reissued classics of historical fiction, which also include The Tudor Heritage, The White Lion of Norfolk and The Danish Queen. Lynda M. Andrews, who also writes as Lyn Andrews, is the Sunday Times Number One bestselling author of over 34 sagas, and one of the top 100 bestselling authors in the UK. She was born and raised in Liverpool, which serves as the inspiration for many of her novels. She now divides her time between Merseyside and the Isle of Man, where she has lived for several years.

The witch's daughter

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 24

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The witch has a beautiful daughter Isis who doesn't want to be a wicked witch.

The Witch's Daughter

Author: Jill Atkins

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Page: 64

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Hari presses on into the hostile mountains in the hope of finding the bandits' hideout and rescuing Maya. Soon he faces the first danger as night descends and the wolves howl in the moonlight, with tigers and snow leopards somewhere beyond... in the very heart of Yeti country... A lone-boy's odyssey through the ice and snow - with twists, turns and more than a few surprises. Breakouts offer strong modern, adventurous stories for both boys and girls, with offer a challenging read in terms of ideas and vocabulary but in a style and length that make them easier to read.Peril in the Snow is ideal for reluctant readers aged 9 - 13 with a reading age of 9 - 10.

The Witch's Daughter

Author: Lennie Surujbally

Publisher: Independently Published

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Category: Fiction

Page: 184

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Ridicule, accusations, pain, and lies have been a part of Jillian Lewis's life for a long time. She has had to learn to accept loss, let go of friends who've turned their backs on her, and endure enemies who seem bent on destroying her self-esteem, and her sanity. When the new guy in town, Greg, meets Jillian the summer before senior year and pursues a friendship with her, it isn't long before he starts hearing rumors about 'the witch's daughter.' Jillian refuses to answer his questions and pleads with him to let it go. Reluctantly, he agrees. Soon enough though, the summer ends and school begins. Knowing she can't risk continuing their friendship, Jillian tells Greg that it's over. Shut out of her life, Greg watches from a distance as things escalate with Jillian's tormentors. But then when Jillian goes missing, Greg sets out to find her and to find out, once and for all, the truth about the witch's daughter.