River Witch by Cheryl Burman – Review by Jenni Bishop

River WitchRiver Witch by Cheryl Burman
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

River Witch is a unique historical fantasy tale. Cheryl’s vivid telling makes it easy to imagine this world of ‘witches’ and plant lore. A place where you can imagine the goddess speaking to you, the nymphs dancing in the water, the forests and the magical gardens. A place where medicinal herbs and potions are carefully tended and crafted.

This compelling tale is cleverly crafted with a mix of magical realism and historical fantasy meshed together to draw the reader in.

Hester grows under the tutelage of one man but that knowledge comes with a cost she could not have foreseen. It is a dangerous time where forward thinking women were a threat to men who blamed things they didn’t know as witchcraft.

The story is fast paced and filled with suspense and tension and twists and turns. This beautifully composed tale is one that should not be overlooked and added to your TBR list.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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