Hannah Fitzgerald knows what she is – a witch. However, she finds herself withholding her powers. But when she finds out that she may be destined for something greater than herself, Hannah decides it’s time to stop holding back. Mentored by the strange W, Hannah begins to wonder if she is even more powerful than she thought. And she soon finds that she may be in more danger than ever before.
I was very intrigued by the description of this book. It sounded like a great paranormal kind of read. Unfortunately, I was a bit let down.
Hannah, the main character, seemed too young for her age. Although she was only sixteen, at times she seemed to act more immature than she should have.
The plot was a bit slow-moving. I was really hoping for more action and fight sequences between Hannah and other witches perhaps, but I was left craving more. When there were action scenes, they were over too quickly. This book is mostly dialogue-driven.
I did love the artwork for the cover of the book. It gave a very mysterious, eerie feeling that I just loved. I also liked that the ending tied up all the loose ends and was satisfying.
This book is best geared toward ages 11-16. Overall, it’s an intriguing read.