(1 reviews with an average rating of 4 out of 5)

Publisher: Bloomsbury Children's Books

Accused of witchcraft, Mary flees from the Puritan settlement of Beulah into the icy wastes of the New World. She is rescued by Native Americans and begins a new life of happiness,  shot through with tragedy, magic and healing.

Agnes, a descendent of Mary, feels compelled to track Mary’s life through the events of the seventeenth century and in the process finds her own place in today’s world.

This is an enthralling and moving sequel to Witch Child, but also a well-written and satisfying read in its own right.

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