Witching Savannah Trilogy. A Mini Review.

Witching Savannah Trilogy

The Line, The Source, The Void

By J.D. Horn

Rating: 4/5 Stairs

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I don’t like to put spoilers in my reviews, and it’s hard to review The Source and The Void independently without them. The three books work together to tell the story, so I’m just discussing them in a very general sense.

What attracted me to this series?

The character of Mercy Taylor and the Savannah, Georgia setting. Mercy is a member of a powerful family of witches, but she has no magic to speak of. Also loved the cover.

What kept me reading?

Each book had different mysteries and it’s own twists and turns. Poor Mercy suffered a lot of betrayal and heartache in each book. The characters were interesting. Mercy’s search for answers kept the pages turning.

Any complaints?

Mr. Horn managed to wrap things up with a pretty neat bow. Some readers may not like this, but I found the ending to be satisfying.

Who would like it?

People who enjoy books about witches and magic. If you’re not into the supernatural, you probably should skip this trilogy.

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